After you've taken the largest computer company in the world and nimbly embraced one of the most important new phenomena in the industry, spending a
tidy $1 billion in the process, what do you do for Act 2? That's the question facing Jim Stallings as he takes over the reins of IBM's Linux
initiative. Though Stallings' Linux group is a relatively small part of IBM's Server division, the work he does affects thousands of employees all
across Big Blue's many lines of business and his work will have a major impact on the future of Linux.
April 24, 2003