Company ProfileBy Joshua Weinberger | Posted 2003-02-13 Email Print
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IBM Global Services
Somers, NY 10589
TICKER: IBM (Parent company)
EMPLOYEES: 175,000 (division)
Warren E. Hart
Director, Global Offerings, e-business Hosting Services
Responsible for developing a new infrastructure service to run a Web-facing application, including bandwidth to servers; storage; security; middleware; and database software.
Samuel J. Docknevich
Americas Svcs. Executive, National Linux Practice
Helps clients design and deploy Linux; focuses on proving positive return on investment. Was part of IBM's e-Business Performance, Best Practices division.
Products & Services
Provides planning, development, and implementation of Linux applications and infrastructure services. Offers access to IBM's product line, including Linux Virtual Servicesa form of utility computing that allows customers to tap into a managed server capacity, without the upfront hardware expenses.