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Posted by on Jul 25, 2012 in Employee Advocacy, Social Business, Subject Matter Expert (SME) | 0 comments

Performance Guru Advocates the Human Side of Social Business

Performance Guru Advocates the Human Side of Social Business

Martin Packer describes himself as an “IBMer, Mainframe Performance Guy and zChampion, who gets to think about lots of other stuff.” And if you’d follow him on Twitter, friend him on Facebook or read his blog, you’d soon realize that characterization fits him to a T. Martin’s involvement with social media began 25 years ago, […]

Follow Martin Packer describes himself as an “IBMer, Mainframe Performance Guy and zChampion, who gets to think about lots of other stuff.” And if you’d...

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Posted by on May 24, 2012 in Employee Advocacy, Social Business, Subject Matter Expert (SME) | 0 comments

Techie Uses IBM developerWorks to Build Social Eminence

Techie Uses IBM developerWorks to Build Social Eminence

Nigel Griffiths eats, drinks and sleeps Power Systems. Around 15 years ago, this IBM performance guru located in the United Kingdom authored a free utility he called nmon (short for Nigel’s Monitor), which can be used to monitor and analyze performance data on AIX and Linux systems. While never officially supported by IBM, the tool […]

Follow Nigel Griffiths eats, drinks and sleeps Power Systems. Around 15 years ago, this IBM performance guru located in the United Kingdom authored a free utility...

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Posted by on May 17, 2012 in Employee Advocacy, Social Business, Subject Matter Expert (SME) | 0 comments

Master Inventor Extols “the Unedited Voice of the Individual”

Master Inventor Extols “the Unedited Voice of the Individual”

This past May, Tony Pearson had a problem. He was visiting with a group of customers in Australia —  nearly 8,000 miles away from his home base at the IBM System Storage Executive Briefing Center in Arizona — and needed to know if the IBM XIV Storage System would work in a particular competitive environment.  […]

Follow This past May, Tony Pearson had a problem. He was visiting with a group of customers in Australia —  nearly 8,000 miles away from his home base at the IBM...

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Posted by on May 1, 2012 in Employee Advocacy, Social Business, Subject Matter Expert (SME) | 0 comments

A chat with Willie Favero DB2 for z/OS evangelist about is secrets for social media success

A chat with Willie Favero DB2 for z/OS evangelist about is secrets for social media success

With close to 6,000 RSS subscriptions and 14,000 to 15,000 hits a month, Willie Favero runs one of the top DB2 for z/OS blogs on the Internet. So when Willie talks … people listen. But it wasn’t always that way for the senior certified IT software specialist. Spurred on by a friend in Toronto who […]

Follow With close to 6,000 RSS subscriptions and 14,000 to 15,000 hits a month, Willie Favero runs one of the top DB2 for z/OS blogs on the Internet. So when Willie...

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Posted by on Mar 9, 2012 in Employee Advocacy, Social Business, Subject Matter Expert (SME) | 0 comments

“Server Chick” Uses Social Media to Set the Record Straight

“Server Chick” Uses Social Media to Set the Record Straight

Being referred to as a “server chick” on a blog post may not flatter most women, but to my IBM colleague Elisabeth Stahl, it was a sign that she had come into her own in the world of social media. It also affirmed that she was having a growing and positive impact on how people […]

Follow Being referred to as a “server chick” on a blog post may not flatter most women, but to my IBM colleague Elisabeth Stahl, it was a sign that she had come...

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