Bob Rogers is a walking, talking IBM history book. He started at the company in 1969 when he was just 19 years old. His first job was as a computer operator. Two years later, he graduated from Marist College and went to work full-time for Big Blue as a programmer.
Today’s vast amount of transactions and data are putting new demands on enterprise IT infrastructures, which requires your business to take a more collaborative, agile approach to ensure it keeps pace and stays competitive in the application economy.