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“Social, mobile, analytics and cloud can’t be looked at as distinct technology trends; they are facets of the same movement and an everyday reality for consumers and businesses alike,” said Craig Sowell, IBM VP of SmartCloud Marketing, in this exclusive Q&A with Cloud Expo Conference C...
Increasingly organizations are looking to tap the collective power of social, mobile and cloud technologies. We asked Ric Telford, IBM VP of Cloud Services, to share his perspective on the trend in light of IBM's new social business software including SmartCloud Docs, a cloud-based off...
While many enterprises are expanding their use of off-premise, cloud-based applications and application platforms, it seems some gloss over an important point. These same companies have, and will continue to develop, on-premise applications in both cloud and traditional environments. C...
The WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance can bring speed and agility to test organizations by drastically increasing the pace and ease with which users interact with WebSphere Application Server environments. I recently got a chance to catch up with IBM's Robbie Minshall. Robbie is a WebSphe...
The IT industry is faced with a complexity and affordability crisis – explosive information growth, heavily interconnected and interdependent systems, on average 70% of IT spending going to maintenance, low utilization of resources driving up fixed cost, energy consumption becoming an ...
Adam Jollans is IBM Software Group's senior Linux strategist. He leads its worldwide Linux marketing strategy. In this role he is responsible for defining Linux marketing activities at the software category level and integrating them with both IBM's corporate Linux marketing strategy a...
Wily Technology (www.wilytech.com) provides Enterprise Application Management solutions. The company's products are designed to enable companies to successfully manage their critical Web applications and infrastructure by providing real-time, end-to-end visibility into the performance ...
WebSphere Journal recently interviewed Doug Wilson, distinguished engineer and CTO of IBM's Lotus Software Division in Westford, Massachusetts. Part 2 of this interview addresses Eclipse and other topics, with concluding remarks by WebSphere Portal IT architect Richard Gornitsky about ...
WebSphere Journal recently interviewed Doug Wilson, Distinguished Engineer and CTO of IBM's Lotus Software Division in Westford, Massachusetts. Doug Wilson Speaks About His and Lotus's Background...
Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Journal, recently sat down with Buell Duncan, general manager of ISV and Developer Relations for IBM.
Steve Pattison, vice president of alliances and business development at Interwoven, talked to Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WJ, about the enterprise content management (ECM) provider's relationship with IBM.
Swainson: 'Let's start by defining 'on demand.' First, on demand reflects what our customers are doing with their businesses - streamlining their business processes to make them more flexible and adaptive to new markets and opportunities. They use information technology as a tool to in...
On October 6, 2004, IBM announced the latest release of WebSphere, version 6. The next day, Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Journal, sat down to talk with Dr. Bob Sutor, the director of WebSphere Foundation Software, about some of the new features in this release.
In this Q&A Rick discusses ways in which companies can protect their mission critical data even as they connect their networks with outside partners.
We're very excited about that relationship. As you may know, OnStar is the world's largest telematics service provider (TSP), with more than 2.5 million subscribers. Hopefully, by the end of 2004, that will have grown to more than 3 million subscribers, which will make OnStar 5 times a...
Making itself the first app server to deliver this type of simultaneous detection and recovery capability together, WebSphere Application Server Version 6, when it becomes available before the end of the year - says IBM - will 'help protect Internet business applications built on it, f...
Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Journal, recently sat down with Bruce Radloff, CTO of OnStar, and Tony Lent, vice president of OnStar's Wireless Strategic Business Unit, to talk about how they use WebSphere.
Last month, Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Journal, and Tom Inman, vice president of product management and marketing, IBM WebSphere Software, talked about the differences between WebSphere and WebLogic. This month, they look at what's happening in WebSphere now and in the f...
With a customer roster that includes Fortune 500 companies like Citibank, Verizon, JP Morgan, and medium-sized shops like Spectra Marketing, Viador - provider of reporting and OLAP analysis tools for customers that need to do reporting and analyze their data such as financial analysis ...
Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Journal, recently spent some time chatting with Tom Inman, Vice President Product Management and Marketing, IBM WebSphere Software, about WebSphere's market share relative to BEA's WebLogic, how IBM handles WebSphere sales, its customer and par...
WebSphere Journal editor-in-chief Jack Martin recently chatted with Paraic Sweeney, IBM's VP of Marketing for Industry Solutions and Business Integration, Software Group. In this exclusive interview, Sweeney discusses IBM's Middleware Industry Solutions initiative, the drivers behind a...
WebSphere Journal recently interviewed Craig Hayman, vice president of Worldwide Development for IBM Pervasive Computing. In this exclusive interview, Hayman discusses pervasive computing and its role in IBM's on-demand computing initiative, IBM Pervasive Computing's key products, and ...
Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Journal, recently spoke with Rob High, IBM Distinguished Engineer and chief architect for IBM WebSphere Application Server. In this exclusive two-part interview, High discusses principles of architecture, the evolution of customer requests into...
WebSphere Journal editor-in-chief Jack Martin recently chatted with Joe Damassa and the WebSphere marketing team, which features some new faces but is just as dedicated to the continued success of the WebSphere brand. In this exclusive interview the team discusses open standards, I...
WebSphere Developer's Journal Editor-in-Chief Jack Martin recently spoke with IBM's Peter Fordyce, Worldwide WebSphere Foundation and Tools Sales Manager about how he sees his group's role in the WebSphere community - and what customers are looking for.
Jocelyne Attal is IBM's chief marketing executive for WebSphere, the leading software platform for e-business on demand. Attal focuses on the WebSphere e-business platform, which includes WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Studio development environment, WebSphere Business Int...
As chief architect of e-Business Integration Solutions for IBM Global Services, Kerrie Holley turns business requirements into cutting-edge network solutions. Holley, an IBM Distinguished Engineer, was honored for his contributions to IBM when he received the Chairman's Award at the 20...
Eclipse and IBM's open platform are helping to shape an exciting future for WebSphere, according to the WebSphere marketing team, headed up by Scott Hebner, director of marketing for WebSphere infrastructure software.
Customer involvement at all stages of product development, including early access for independent solution vendors, is crucial to IBM's strategy for managing the WebSphere Application Server development process, according to the WebSphere marketing team, headed up by Scott Hebner, dire...
Development tools like WebSphere Studio, according to IBM's Scott Hebner, have changed 'from being almost rogue initiatives with a lot of customers driven by a couple of departments into really being strategic investments now.' And the entire usage of tools like this, and of applicatio...
Suchitra Joshi, a senior project manager for Competitive Technology Labs, talks with Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Developer's Journal, about 'Winning with WebSphere,' IBM's technical seminar focusing on WebSphere, its related products, and e-business.
Joe Anthony talks with Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Developer's Journal, about e-business on demand, Grid computing, and IBM's competition.
Stefan Van Overtveldt tells Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Developer's Journal, that WebSphere Application Server 5.0 is 'the next generation of application server,' and that it offers broad support for open standards and Web services and fosters increased developer producti...
WSDJ editorial board member Jim Martin recently sat down with Mike Colleary, vice president of IBM Software Channels, Americas, to talk about WebSphere.
Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Developer's Journal, talked to Daniel Yellin, director of Software Technology at IBM Research and an IBM Distinguished Engineer.
Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WSDJ, recently spoke with Dr. Sharon Nunes, IBM's director of Life Sciences Solution development, about how pharmaceutical companies are handling the rapid growth of information in drug development.
Recently Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WSDJ, spoke to John Shedletsky, vice president of Competitive Technologies at IBM. In addition to running the Competitive Technology Lab, Shedletsky and his team host competitive seminars for business partners and potential customers to illustra...
Along with the official product name change to WebSphere Portal, there are significant changes in WebSphere Portal 4.1, the new release that Carol Jones, chief architect for WebSphere Portal recently described to Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Developer's Journal.
Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Developer's Journal, recently spoke with Larry Bowden, vice president of IBM Portal
Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Developer's Journal, recently sat down to talk with Jocelyne A. Attal about IBM's plans for the future of WebSphere WSDJ: What do you do at IBM? Jocelyne: I'm the vice president for marketing for the WebSphere brand. Which means a lot of thin...