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June 3, 2009updated 19 Aug 2016 10:06am

CBR podcast: IBM’s UK CEO

I interviewed Brendon Riley, chief executive of IBM UK and Ireland last week, and recorded a short segment of our chat as a podcast. In it he talks about his transformation plans for IBM UK, the challenges of communicating with over 20,000 staff,

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I interviewed Brendon Riley, chief executive of IBM UK and Ireland last week, and recorded a short segment of our chat as a podcast. In it he talks about his transformation plans for IBM UK, the challenges of communicating with over 20,000 staff, and IBM’s Smarter Planet initiative.

We also touch on the role of social networking — Twitter, LinkedIn and so forth — in the enteprise today, and whether it is right for some companies to be banning the use of such tools.

You can listen to it here. It’s in Windows Media format.

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IBM’s UK and Ireland CEO Brendon Riley: head of one of IBM’s largest business units.

Previously, based in Vienna, Riley served as Managing Director of IBM in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia/CIS, Middle East, Africa, Austria and Switzerland, where he was responsible for one of the corporation’s fastest-growing portfolios worldwide.

Prior to this position, Brendon was based in Sydney, in his native Australia, where he was the Managing Director & Chief Executive of IBM Global Services Australia (GSA), an IBM, Telstra and Lend Lease joint venture company.

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