IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems Edition - October 2012 - (Page 20)

A Light in the Dark “Instead of being bogged down by technology, we’re now much more able to interact with our customers,” says Jason Lebersfeld, Capitol Lighting’s vice president and CTO. 20 OCTOBER 2012

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems Edition - October 2012

IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems - October 2012
Table of Contents
Editor's Desk: The Heart of the Matter
IBM Perspective: The Road to Business Value
Dashboard: Innovation Time Machine; Backed by Solar Power; Phantom Vibration Syndrome; Women Rule the Social Media World
Insider: How to Plan a Modernization Project
Focus on Storage: Easy Tier and DS8000 Are Two of Many Storage Innovations Driven by IBM's Vincent Hsu
Case Study: A Light in the Dark: Capital Lighting improves sales by moving to a modifiable ERP system
Cover Story: A Positive Step for POWER7: Introducing new enterprise Power Systems and software
Feature: Overcoming Cloud Obstacles: The benefits far outweigh the challenges associated with integrating cloud solutions
FYI: Avoid the Dreaded Rewrite With IBM Rational Developer for Power Performance Advisor
Next: Holey Optochip is Blazingly Fast, Thanks to Holes, Light and a Lot of Imagination
Solutions: WebSmart PHP 4.4; NGS Software Developer Kit; Storage Director 3.04; LongRange; Profound UI 4.0; Accelerator for .NET 3.5; AO Foundation; Alliance LogAgent; FlexTools V5.0; SPHiNX 8.3
Advertisers Index
Snapshot: Shutterbug Lefebvre Loves to Travel
Reference Point - Global Events, Education, Resources for Power Systems
Mobile Survey Special Report: Mobile Use on IBM i
Smarter Computing
2013 Power Systems Buyer's Guide

IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems Edition - October 2012