IT has for some time been considered a competitive advantage to the overall business. Or, more to the point, leaders with forethought and business savvy consider IT to be a considerable advantage.
From a revenue perspective, IBM isn't looking so great right now, but when you look at the growth of its cloud business, Big Blue appears to be coming along nicely.
IBM is opening up its massive threat intelligence archive, which contains more than 700 terabytes of raw aggregated data, to the private sector in an effort to set up a data sharing exchange called IBM X-Force Exchange.
Apple and IBM made headlines when they announced their enterprise mobility partnership last year. Now the two firms are taking that partnership and expanding it to medical research.
Last week, reports indicated that HP saw the light--or lack of it--and planned to exit the public cloud market. Of course, it's not true.
As expected, Apple and IBM launched eight more mobile apps for the enterprise this week, adding to the three announced at Mobile World Congress early in March.
IBM today announced a $3 billion investment in a business unit for the Internet of Things that will focus on analyzing data from clients to create actionable intelligence, according to a release from the company. The company demonstrated its commitment to IoT through an arrangement with The Weather Company, of The Weather Channel renown.
Big Blue opened the first two of its Network Innovation Centers last week, but one is going to be a bit of a trip for American customers.
It seems like everyone is scrambling to offer productivity apps for mobile workers these days. Well, here are the top five most popular mobile enterprise apps, according to Wendyann Lewis with TabTimes.
Enterprises large and small are at risk from insecure mobile apps and mobile malware, particularly those that allow employees to bring their own devices to work. To give IT tools to combat these threat, IBM is bringing together technology from two of its recent acquisitions--Fiberlink and Trusteer.