Pulse may be over but Integrated Service Management Lives On! In this video you will find information about the Pulse Virtual Conference. The virtual conference will deliver many of the same sessions as the live event. You'll be able to revisit the general sessions or listen to break outs you might have missed in Las Vegas. You can even download the presentation PDF to follow along and share with customers. You'll also be able to access many of the Pulse 2010 demos! Attendance is complimentary.
Speaker Al Zollar, General Manager Tivioli Software: Over half the population is living in cities, we are adding the equivalent of 7 New York Cites every year. Our cities hold incredible promise because they hold the key to the way our world works. We have the ability to inject new intelligence into the systems that run our cities such as the education, healthcare, water, energy and communications systems. Digital devices with enormous computing power are not only running appliances but also help to capture data from our rivers, bridges and power girds. We now have the processing power in our advanced analytics tools to turn this data into usable information. Around the world transportation systems are becoming smarter and energy management is becoming smarter by breaking down silos to make more informed decisions. Buildings are becoming smarter by reallocating labor resources to work more efficiently. Enterprises, cites and infrastructure are all becoming smarter. By building a smarter planet with interconnected devices comes complexities and brings more risk. That is why integrated service management is so important. Transforming data centers through integrated systems, service and energy management. Achieving continuous service improvement through every stage of the service life cycle. Signs of a smarter Planet are all around us and it comes with the opportunity to fundamentally change the way People, processes and business operate. The decade of smart has begun, that's why at IBM we are optimizing the worlds infrastructure so we can all work and live smarter.