In the three part series Eminence in the Social Age, authored by Katie Keating and myself, detailed the what is, why and how to of working on becoming the go-to person in your area of expertise with the aid of social media. This follow-up post extends the how to with additional tips and tricks for writing high value blog posts.
This year will be the year of hybrid – both hybrid IT and hybrid cloud – as well as the year that platform as a service (PaaS) starts to mature and bare fruits. As usual, at IBM we have a lot of valuable insight to share. This blog post adds seven more white papers to the 8 IBM white papers on Cloud not to be missed, shared with you in December 2012.
This edition focuses on what’s new in IBM SmartCloud Enterprise release 2.2 and IBM SmartCloud Application Services 1.0. You will find the link to an e-book “Cloud Services for Dummies” which is available at no charge and also discover how to do encryption in your images and find out what the differences are between IBM SmartCloud Enterprise and IBM SmartCloud Enterprise+.
Now we’ve covered the what is (part 1) and why (part 2) of working on your eminence and how this reflects in the social age, we finish the series with the how to. We want to provide you with useful guidance on the different levels of engagement and practical tips and tools on how to get there. Learn from the best; @IBMcloud social business manager Katie Keating joins me again in this last post with some valuable tips.
The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) is a centre of network and information security expertise for the EU, its member states, the private sector and Europe’s citizens. In their report, published on February 14, 2013, they look at cloud computing from a Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) perspective.
In part one of this series we have explained what eminence is and why we have definitely entered the social age. This second part details why eminence matters, to advance your career and grow your knowledge. Learn why eminence in the social age matters, to you personally and to businesses around you, again with great tips from Katie Keating.
Eminence, or being a widely known go-to person in a certain area of expertise, is becoming more important now that the trend of democratization is becoming more visible. Secondly, we have clearly entered the social age, where there is a wealth of media venues available to work on your eminence. This post series covers the what (part 1), why (part 2) and how (part 3) of working on your eminence in the social age.