Getting Dizzy from Dynamic Infrastructure
March 9, 2009 Timothy Prickett Morgan
When the economy went into recession in December 2007, and maybe even before, the top research and marketing minds at IBM were already hard at work on a new, big sales pitch that just so happens to coincide with the kinds of economic stimulus and long-term investments that the Obama Administration here in the United States and leaders in other governments want to make. What they want, of course, is a new and potentially much larger wave of automation, which has implications for our lives as well as our data centers.
IBM’s top brass, starting with president, chief executive officer,