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10 Things IBM Business Partners Learned At IBM Think Digital

New IBM leaders CEO Arvind Krishna and President James Whitehurst introduced themselves to partners at the company’s flagship conference—turned virtual due to the coronavirus crisis—and shared their vision for Big Blue’s growth in the years ahead.

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Propelling Its Position In Emerging Technologies 

IBM’s flagship conference took place online under the Think Digital branding as the in-person event originally slated to be held in San Francisco had to be called off due to the coronavirus crisis.

The virtual format limited the extent to which new IBM leaders CEO Arvind Krishna and President James Whitehurst could introduce themselves to Big Blue’s customer and partner communities. But the two used their online keynotes and sessions to share their vision for Big Blue’s growth in the years ahead.

Some 85,000 registered for the online conference, which took place a week after the virtual Red Hat Summit.

Throughout the week, IBM’s leaders emphasized a grand vision of leveraging its $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat, the company that Whitehurst led since 2007, to propel its market position in crucial emerging technologies: cloud, artificial intelligence and 5G network enablement.

Here’s what IBM Business Partners learned at Think Digital.  

 
 
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