Karen Lawrence

Karen Lawrence is a Technical Writer with the IBM ITSO team in North Carolina. She has 25 years of experience in IT, with expertise in application design, change management, and the software development lifecycle (SDLC). She has worked with SMEs on leading technologies in global, regulated enterprises in the areas of storage systems, security, and disaster recovery, and the applications to support these. Karen holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Centenary College in New Jersey.

Karen Lawrence has authored the following 14 documents. Click one of the links below to show just the documents of that type.

All Documents by Karen Lawrence

System x3200 M3 (Withdrawn) (withdrawn)
Product Guide, first published 17 Dec 2010, last updated 11 Aug 2016

Oracle and Lenovo X6 Validated Configuration Guide
Positioning Information, first published 6 Apr 2016, last updated 21 Apr 2016

System x3755 M3 (withdrawn)
Product Guide, first published 1 Sep 2011, last updated 13 Feb 2015

IBM System x3650 M3 (withdrawn)
Product Guide, first published 13 Dec 2010, last updated 21 Mar 2014

IBM System x3630 M3 (Withdrawn) (withdrawn)
Product Guide, first published 9 Feb 2011, last updated 19 Mar 2014

IBM System x3550 M3 (Withdrawn) (withdrawn)
Product Guide, first published 13 Dec 2010, last updated 14 Mar 2014

IBM System x3250 M3 (Withdrawn) (withdrawn)
Product Guide, first published 15 Dec 2010, last updated 6 Jun 2013

IBM System x3400 M3 (Withdrawn) (withdrawn)
Product Guide, first published 15 Feb 2011, last updated 6 Jun 2013

IBM System x3500 M3 (Withdrawn) (withdrawn)
Product Guide, first published 15 Feb 2011, last updated 6 Jun 2013

IBM System x3620 M3 (Withdrawn) (withdrawn)
Product Guide, first published 2 Feb 2011, last updated 2 Apr 2013

Workload Optimization with the IBM eX5 Family of Servers (withdrawn)
Positioning Information, first published 19 Jun 2012, last updated 1 Nov 2012

Advantages of IBM eX5 for Database Workloads (withdrawn)
Positioning Information, first published 31 Aug 2012

IBM eX5 Technology and WebSphere Produce High-Performance Websites (withdrawn)
Positioning Information, first published 12 Aug 2012

Add Memory, Improve Performance, and Lower Costs with IBM MAX5 Technology (withdrawn)
Positioning Information, first published 18 Jul 2012

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