President Bush Supports Enterprise Computing

…President George H.W. Bush that is…

It’s amazing what one finds when cleaning out old papers and things…

I was clearing out some old office files when I found a program from a conference I spoke at back in 1999. The conference was the IBM Enterprise Solutions Summit in San Diego—out on Coronado Island. I just had to scan this one in—and blog it for that matter. You’ll see the key note for the day was President Bush and on the right hand of the program detailed my session from 2-3PM. Ahhh Memories….

NOTE: For clarity, right click->view the image. Note, Firefox will allow you to zoom in too:

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