IBM, Hewlett-Packard, EMC, Symantec and McAfee are leading vendors in the global security and vulnerability management market, according to TechNavio.
Recently released IBM research on cloud adoption produced a few surprising results, writes Ellis Booker on InformationWeek. IBM divides respondents into three categories based on the results: Chasers, Challengers and Pacesetters.
Things are heating up in the high-tech M&A market, driven by the move to mobility by enterprises and consumers. IBM just inked a deal to buy Fiberlink. Expect more mobility mega-deals in the near future.
The Rise of the Machines is ahead of schedule. It's time for CIOs and other enterprise leaders to heed the call and seize the M2M opportunity as soon as possible. Firms that ignore the potential of M2M may face termination by their competition
In an effort to bring you as much useable news as possible in a single issue, here's a quick roundup of some of the announcements that were not showcased in this week's newsletter but will be covered in more detail in future posts.
According to a recent IBM survey, CISOs are behind the curve when it comes to BYOD policies. This opens up their enterprises to security risks that could be lessened with proper BYOD strategies and technologies in place.
IBM has unveiled a new mobile authentication technology based on the near field communications standard, adding a additional layer of security to NFC-based transactions including online banking and accessing a corporate Intranet or private cloud.
The interesting thing about data is its dual nature. Data goes out from the individual but returns again to serve the individual from the knowledge of the human collective. Big data is just too darn useful a resource to live without.
IBM bought Xtify, giving them a smart, young company, which provides push notifications from major brands to consumers across mobile devices.
Scientists from IBM have teamed with John Hopkins University and University of California researchers to put big data muscle behind the fight against some of the world's most devastating infectious diseases.