Listen to the podcasts and learn how smarter software can help you meet your business challenges
Turn information into insights
Connect and collaborate
Optimize the impact of business infrastructures and services
Drive Business Integration and Optimization
Enable product and service innovation
Manage security, risk, and compliance
Larry Weber, Team Leader, IBM Data Warehousing Product Marketing and Strategy
Your business intelligence and business analytics technologies – and ultimately, the business decisions they support – are only as good as your data warehouse. Learn the importance of choosing a data warehouse with the scalability and performance to drive and accommodate ever-increasing use and continued business growth.
Lynn Sweetwood, Business Unit Executive and Client Technical Professional
With business analytics technologies, organizations can extract insights from data to get a better understanding of the past, to capitalize more effectively on the present, and to predict and even shape the future to their advantage. Hear how analytics enables manufacturers to deliver parts to distributors at just the right time, police departments to deploy patrolmen to just the right place, and much more.
Information Integration and Federatio
Patrick Connolly, Program Director, IBM Infosphere.
Explore the challenges and opportunities involved in integrating information from new sources – mobile devices, social media sites, smart sensors and more – with a company’s existing information infrastructure.
Governance and Risk Management
Get a bigger picture of security and compliance
Marc Van Zadelhoff, Director of Strategy, IBM Security Solutions
Go from scary headlines to an effective risk management strategy that takes an enterprise process point of view. Encompass compliance. Extend to your business ecosystem. Then see how IBM is innovating around security for cloud, mobility and other things that can keep you up at night.
Enterprise Content Management
Manage and leverage the ‘other 80%’ of your information: Part 1
Craig Rhinehart, Director of ECM Strategy and Market Development
>Unstructured information – e-mails, images, videos, documents, social media, and anything else that doesn’t live in the rows and columns of a database – makes up a whopping 80% of the world’s information. Learn how three enterprise content management (ECM) technologies – document imaging & capture, social content management, and advanced case management – are helping companies extract new insights and business benefits from unstructured information.
Manage and leverage the ‘other 80%’ of your information: Part 2
In Part 2 of this ECM podcast, hear how information lifecycle governance helps companies reduce the growing risks and costs associated with surging volumes of unstructured data, and how content analytics – the technology that powers IBM Watson – can help organizations make better, faster decisions based on more information and insight.
Design and Development
Making it easier to turn ideas into reality
Neil Patterson, IBM Design and Development Marketing Manager
IBM solutions are making it easier to turn ideas into reality by enabling collaboration across organizations and stakeholders. Discover how you can outsmart the challenges of distributed teams, complexity, security, quality and more. Then look under the hood of the Chevy Volt and see what’s coming down the road.
Build in security and drive innovation
Ewa Hoyt, IBM Security Application and Compliance Marketing Manager
Patrick Vandenberg, IBM Security and Compliance Marketing Manager
According to IBM research, half of all cyber security vulnerabilities come from web applications. Fight back by making application security part of your development process. Reduce risk and costs, and keep your development teams productive to drive the innovation you need to compete and win.
Are you web-first ready?
Rob Will, Distinguished Engineer, IBM Collaboration Solutions
Nicole Carrier, Program Director, IBM Collaboration Solutions
The Internet has become the first stop for shoppers and businesses and they expect rich, personalized and collaborative experiences – and that’s projected to be two billion people by 2012. Discover how to build a better web experience to attract and retain employees, customers and partners.
Complex and Embedded Systems
Collaborate and innovate
Jonathon Chard, IBM Software Marketing Manager
Steve Shoaf, IBM Software Marketing Manager
Software is making everything smarter. Look into the complex supply chain that embeds and integrates intelligence into today’s products and services. Then see how a collaborative software and systems delivery approach cuts through the complexity to help you innovate, differentiate and win.
Modernize the enterprise one step at a time
Saleem Padani, Enterprise Modernization Marketing Manager
The thought of modernizing enterprise systems can be overwhelming. Smarter software from IBM lets you tackle the problem in ways that make sense for your business. Establish an IT environment that is integrated, optimized and collaborative. Find the four key areas to free up resources and improve how IT and your business operate.
Take a smarter approach to commerce
Peter Wharton, IBM Commerce Product Marketing Manager
Delivering an ideal customer experience is easier said then done. You have to consider all the factors, from multi-channel selling and service to order and supply chain management to technologies that can automate and optimize your processes across the commerce lifecycle.
Connectivity and Integratione
Connecting your business world
Josh Hardy, IBM Integration Portfolio Product Marketing Leader
Michael Peach, IBM Application and Integration Middleware Marketing Manager
Connectivity and integration reaches beyond your enterprise and your coast line. A proliferation of global trading partners and suppliers demands an integration strategy that connects them all. No matter where they are or what their size. Discover real world solutions and innovations for global connectivity.
Network and Service Assurance
Visibility into the quality of your network and services
Scott Sobers, IBM Marketing Program Director, Communication Sector
Extend visibility, automation and control beyond your network. See how services, networks and applications are performing. Uncover the impact on customers and partners. Improve the availability and quality of your services.
Can a unified communications and collaboration strategy help unify business and IT?
Jacques Pavlenyi, Market Segment Manager, IBM Collaboration Solutions
An open, unified communications strategy, developed jointly by business and IT, delivers the right tools to reduce costs, boost productivity, improve competitiveness and more.
Combat complexity and data proliferation with smarter storage management
Richard Vining, Product Marketing Manager, IBM Tivoli Storage
See how data de-duplication, real-time data compression and a more holistic approach help defeat data proliferation. Then learn how you can combat complexity with unified recovery management and discover a new IBM solution for virtualized environments.
Enterprise Marketing Management
Transforming changes and challenges into marketing opportunities
Elana Anderson, Director, Enterprise Marketing Management
Customers are in control. Messages must change almost instantly. These challenges can actually help you create less-intrusive, more-effective customer relationships and marketing programs. Market more efficiently. Leverage technology to develop a more customer-centric marketing process.
Manage and leverage information for maximum business benefit
Eric Naiburg, Program Director for Information Governance Solutions
Learn about the three pillars of information governance – information quality, information protection and information lifecycle management – and hear how companies around the world are benefiting from IBM’s information governance innovations and holistic approach.
Business Process Management
Increase your capability for change
Dave Marquard, Manager, IBM Business Process Management
Business Process Management (BPM) incorporates technology and methodology for adapting rapidly to change. It works. The City of Madrid improved emergency response time by 25 percent. Lincoln Trust Company increased customer satisfaction by 90 percent. Discover the IBM Blueworks Live cloud-based process community and learn how you can achieve results from BPM fast.
Transcend the limits of traditional data management systems
Conor O’Mahony, Program Director for Product Marketing, Social Marketing, and Community Development, Information Management
Big data technologies are built handle the volume, velocity and variety of data that traditional data management systems cannot – but they don’t mean the end of traditional database systems. Hear examples of what companies are achieving with big data solutions that work hand-in-hand with their existing relational database systems.
Business Service Management
Break down the barriers to Business Service Management
Pierre Coyne, Marketing Manager, IBM Tivoli Business Service Management
Noah Kuttler, Marketing Manager, IBM Tivoli Business Service Management
Look beyond IT operations and integrate the people, processes and information to successfully achieve end-to-end Business Service Management.
Maximize value with smarter asset management
Rich Caplow, Director, IBM Tivoli Maximo Asset Management
Gain greater value from enterprise infrastructure such as industrial equipment, facilities and transportation assets. Achieve your business objectives with improved uptime, availability and reliability. See how asset instrumentation, intelligence and interconnectivity can enable automated, predictive asset management and more.
Cloud and Virtualization Management
Getting greater agility from the cloud
Murtuza Choilawala, IBM Tivoli Portfolio Manager for Cloud Solutions
Virtualization and cloud computing can work together to provide the flexibility and agility you need to meet today’s complex business challenges. Understand their impact on the data center. Hear what specific industries are doing and real-world examples. And don’t forget about security.
Bringer of agility
Jagan Karuturi, Program Director, IBM Web Sphere Product Management
Does your application infrastructure deliver high quality applications to help you stay competitive? Take advantage of new delivery models like cloud, mobile and appliances to lower costs? Manage all workloads intelligently? See how IBM is bringing these advantages and more to its clients and helping them achieve greater business agility.
From systems to service management and beyond
Pandit Prasad, Marketing Manager, IBM Tivoli Automation
See how Systems Management is moving to a more holistic, integrated Service Management orientation. Then go further and discover how IBM is making Systems Management smarter through capabilities such as resource utilization and prioritization and proactive management and analytics.