A vertical networking data sharing and analysis application, IBM i2 COPLINK has been there for the law enforcement sector for nearly two decades. IBM has updated the vast network that connects more...
Companies choosing to use predictive analytics – extracting data to predict trends and behavior patterns – are learning that the solution isn't necessarily quick or easy, even if it produces useful results and higher profits down the line.
The BYOD trend in the enterprise is fueling demand for enterprise mobile apps to make employees' personal devices more productive at work. Market research firm TechNavio forecasts a 13 percent compound annual growth rate for the market through 2019.
Although OpenStack's greatest success has been in the private cloud, there are several Infrastructure-as-a-Service providers hoping to cash in on the public cloud. And the market just got a little more crowded.
IBM today said it is scooping up Blue Box, the Seattle company that offers businesses an OpenStack private cloud service, for an undisclosed sum.
A number of recent developments suggest that Microsoft and Samsung might be considering closer collaboration in the enterprise mobility market as an answer to the Apple-IBM's partnership.
Predictive analytics are getting more impressive and useful by the day. Unfortunately there are still far too few companies taking advantage of them. That's really a bad idea since it's very much like driving in the dark without the headlights on. You might make it around the bend safely but it's far more likely you'll drive your company off a cliff.
Apple and IBM have been actively issuing mobile enterprise apps for the iPhone and iPad since announcing their partnership last July. Apple and IBM recent made some of their mobile enterprise apps available for the Apple Watch, reported Jordan Golson with TechRepublic.
Mobile app development firm Xamarin is making its app development software interoperable with IBM MobileFirst Protect, Big Blue's enterprise mobility management platform, to enable enterprises to develop, deploy and manage apps in a secure environment, the company announced this week.
As attackers become more sophisticated in their collaboration and attack techniques, the costs of data breaches carried out by them continue to climb. In fact, the average cost of a data breach totaled $3.8 million this year, a 23 percent increase from 2014, according to the annual Cost of Data Breach Study by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by IBM.