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Business Partner Inform: Roundtable with the Experts every two weeks
I’m excited to tell you that we have changed the format of our ongoing Business Partner Inform video series. Since launching Business Partner Inform a year ago, we’ve covered a wide variety of topics, ranging from Staying Ahead of the Competition with Enterprise Data Storage to Talking to Your Middleware Customers About Digital Disruption.
You told us to make the videos more interactive, with viewer participation. And we listened. Interactivity requires a live environment, so now you can participate live, ask questions and participate in the conversation.
Be sure to mark your calendars for the first and third Wednesday throughout 2016, starting on August 3 at 12:00 noon Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), to join the live broadcasts. We’ll discuss the market forces and shifts affecting cloud, storage, middleware and server systems at these Business Partner Inform events.
Our first topic will be all about how open source is helping meet new business demands, especially in the Cognitive Era, with a focus on the importance of choosing the right IBM Power platform.
This kickoff event takes place August 3, 2016 at 12 noon EDT. Join Gin King, Global ISV & Open Source Solutions, IBM Power Systems, and Bob Friske, Global Channel Marketing Manager, at IBM. The discussion will be about how companies are surrounding or replacing their traditional enterprise databases with new open source databases for more flexibility, speed and efficiency for the API economy.
I’ll see you online August 3, and bring your cup of coffee. You can register here.
Don’t forget to let me know what you think using the comments feature below. And please check out past BP Inform broadcasts.
IBM Worldwide Channel Manager