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April 12, 2011

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Impact 2011

By Larry Walsh

The Impact 2011 conference is taking place in Las Vegas this week. IBM kicked things off with a number of announcements about BPM, cloud computing and mobile application development. You can check them out here. As Doug Henschen reports in Information Week, IBM is hard at work integrating its two BPM platforms, but more work is still to be done.

If you’re not there — not to worry. IBM has got the social media wheels turning with a blog. Go to the blog and you can also find a daily newspaper. There’s also people to follow on Twitter. And you can watch it all on Impact TV.

Brick and mortar trade shows can be expensive time-wasters, but, as previously noted in StanOnIBM, IBM has put a sharp focus on education for Impact 2011. If you’re into Websphere or other IBM technologies, it’s a great place to be.

 

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