It seems not a week goes by that there isn't an announcement related the open source Cloud Foundry PaaS project.
Blockchain technology could launch a "tectonic shift" in the way government and industries secure financial systems, IBM executive Jerry Cuomo said during testimony before the President's Commission on Enhancing Cyber Security.
Now that Watson has conquered "Jeopardy!" IBM wants to train it to tackle cybersecurity.
Accellion, Microsoft, Egnyte, Syncplicity, IBM, BlackBerry and VMware were named leaders in the market for hybrid enterprise file sync and sharing platform market, according to the latest Forrester Wave market report.
IBM and Box extended their partnership to create Box Zones, which provides users with the choice to store data regionally in Europe and Asia on the IBM Cloud. Yes, that means you can store data in select regions beginning in Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, the U.K., France and Italy. That's handy in regions with strict regulation on data storage and data transfers, but also if you simply want to leverage it in a localized area.
Google and Rackspace appear to be deepening their partnership. The two companies unveiled a joint project that will see them develop an open server architecture designed based on the IBM POWER9 CPU.
As cognitive computing becomes a more critical element of many software applications, IBM is positioning Watson as the way for developers to use that kind of compute capability.
There are many prominent vendors in the unified communications services space, but according to a Technavio report, the top eight vendors in the space are Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya, Cisco, Microsoft, Unify, Mitel, Genband and IBM.
I came across an interesting blog post by Gartner analyst David Yockelson. He argues that the Internet of Things will drive data as a service opportunities.
Increasing realization among companies about the advantages of adopting BYOD will fuel strong growth in the BYOD market, which is forecast by Global Market Insights to reach $367 billion by 2022, up from $94 billion in 2014.