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Don’t Miss the New TechNotes

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I just took down the holiday cards. Some include just a few short words, some a long family letter, some nothing. But almost all have a photo.

Smiling toddlers playing with pumpkins; the relatives lined up, all with blue shirts; a friend dressed as Santa, beaming, with his three horses in the snow. As the old adage goes, "A picture is worth a thousand words." Which reminded me of a brand new IBM publication.

The IBM Academy of Technology defines its own technical agenda, conducts studies, topical conferences and consultancies. The IBM Academy of Technology identifies key trends and develops important insights well in advance of their impact in the marketplace. The Academy’s work has enabled IBM to set new business strategies and improve operations in a wide range of areas across IBM’s technical interests.

And now The IBM Academy of Technology is publishing a series of TechNotes, written by Academy members (IBM’s technical leaders) and exploring various areas of current and emerging technology. These TechNotes are great one-pagers that focus on a specific key topic. So take a look. Because in my opinion they do the job much better than 50 charts could !

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Written by benchmarkingblog

February 10, 2011 at 3:26 pm

Posted in TechNotes

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