With so much buzz in the corporate computing world around the (sometimes ambiguous) concept of "cloud computing," it was only a matter of time before one large company or another appointed a cyber computing czar.
On Tuesday, IBM put Erich Clementi in charge of all its cloud-computing work. His appointment was part of a multitime zone announcement that also featured the company's latest cloud-computing clients--Elizabeth Arden, Nexxera, and the United States Golf Association--who intend to test Big Blue's cloud applications in their own businesses.
Clementi's official title is general manager of Enterprise Initiatives. But GM … Read more