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IBM Soars Further into the Cloud

In case you missed it (and, um, we almost did), IBM this week bolstered its cloud computing efforts by creating a new division for the technology and appointing Erich Clementi, who was already doing a bunch of other stuff in Armonk, as its head. See an awkwardly extreme close-up of Clementi, along with a pretty good explanation of what's going on, here.

But wait, there's more -- namely a deal with Amazon to offer IBM software through Amazon's cloud service to partners, ISVs and customers.

Posted by Lee Pender on 02/12/2009 at 1:22 PM


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