Not Blade Runners, Blade Servers

Tom Bradicick
Vice President, Systems & Technology Group
IBM

In the 1980’s, “IBM” stood for Inexpensively Built in Mexico; in the 1990’s, “IBM” stood for I’ve Been Moved. Today, with many home office computers,”IBM” stands for “I’m By Myself.” What these home office means is an increasing dependence on servers . . our topic for this show.

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