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In the fall of 1995, when the Internet was still young, an executive named Irving Wladawsky-Berger was put in charge of IBM’s new “Internet Division.” His mission? To figure out the business value of the internet.
At that time, the Internet was just beginning to show signs of being the powerful force it is today. As stewards of the new economy, Wladawsky-Berger and his team were tasked with a huge challenge: Tell businesses what to do on the Internet, and while they were at it, help IBM figure out what to do, too.