Last week I received a call from Mary Boyce, Jim's wife. She said that Jim had passed away. She said that she had decided to call me when she recognized my name when she was going through some old papers in Jim’s office. And for that I am grateful.
A mile high and up in the clouds! You’ll get both if you join us for SHARE in Denver at the end of August.Maybe I’m just obsessed with altitude metaphors because I’ve been taking some flying lessons lately. But I really think there’s more to it than that.The mile-high city is a new location for SH
This week, we're fortunate to have a contribution from our SHARE in Denver General Session keynote, Daniel Burrus. As one of the world’s leading technology forecasters and business strategists, he has established a worldwide reputation for an exceptional record of accurately predicting how technolog
Is Cloud computing real? Is it actually being used in business? Can I do that with System z? Could I develop SOA on Cloud? Is it a form of virtualization? Can it be used for on-demand resource requirements? The answer to all those questions is, “Yes!”However, there is another set of questions that h
There have been some interesting items in the news this week. The one that grabbed everyones attention, naturally, was the declaration by an economist at Barclays Bank that the global recession ended in April. The journalist whose report I was listening to also interviewed a strategist at Charles Sc