IBM Business Partner System x

IBM System x
& BladeCenter Business
Partner Guidebook, V26e

Jim Hoskins
Free download
November 2013

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New IBM System x BP ebook Available!

IBM and Maximum Press have released an new version of the popular IBM System x Business Partner Guidebook which cover IBM System x and BladeCenter. To get the latest version, just click on the cover image to the right. It’s Free!

“…Guidebooks like this are like gold dust! Especially in growth markets where there is a need for tangible reference guides and increased visibility of IBM servers.”
– Christian Knott, Top Banana Team Ltd

“…it’s a terrific learning tool… It “reads” much better than the IBM Redbook. The “links” to websites for further information are also really good.”
– Bill Klaiber, Strategic Sales Rep, Arrow Enterprise Computing Solutions

“… IBM has tons of spec sheets but nothing like this document… so your ebooks are invaluable.”
– Paul Reams, Manager, IBM System x Sales Center, Dynamix Group, Inc.

“… these ebooks are the most popular IBM Business Partner enablement tool we have ever done!”
– Julie Irving, IBM System x Business Partner Program Director

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1 Comment on “eBook Update Center – IBM System x Business Partner Guidebook (Update)

  1. Hello, Clicking on the link takes me to an IBM login, which I sign on OK, however not authorized to Partner World pages and get error. This is for both the X server and P server e-books.

    I am considering IBM partner world, was a member several years back but retired from company, and am looking at the IBM non Z world these days.

    Gary Rupp

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