Bridget Karlin, CTO of IBM Global Technology Services & 2019 CES Legacy Award Winner

On this week’s Silicon Valley Insider host Keith Koo sits down with Bridget Karlin, CTO of IBM’s Global Technology Services (GTS) division which compromises 105,000 employees and generates $34BB in revenue. Bridget is also being honored as a 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Legacy Award winner for top Women leaders in technology.

Bridget tells Keith of her personal journey from starting her career in banking to becoming an entrepreur with successful exits, a venture capitalist to becoming a top technology leader at both IBM and at Intel which in a prior role she was the CTO of Intel’s IoT division.

Bridget and Keith also discuss digital transformation and how many companies struggle with adoption to being a cloud native as they decide on private, public or hybrid cloud. Keith and Bridget believe the reality will be a multi-cloud environment as most corporations are using more than one cloud service providers.

Keith also gets an in-depth view of IBM’s acquisition of RedHat from Bridget’s insider’s view.

Listen Friday 11/16 1-2pm on 1220AM KDOW Silicon Valley | San Francisco

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