After only two years in existence, IBM?s Internet division is to be folded into its software operation in a bid to streamline development of new products.
The Raleigh-based unit was set up two years ago by IBM chief executive Lou Gerstner to promote the company?s interests in the fast developing Internet market. But the company now intends
No timescale has been given to complete the merger, but earlier this month a development team of 100 Internet staff merged with an Intranet sub-division of the software business under manager Steve Mills. Irving Wladwasy-Berger, head of the Internet business, admitted: "I don?t see an Internet division being a long term division at IBM."
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