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New IBM study offers insights into mobile strategy leaders

The Don't Ask, Don't Tell approach to BYOD doesn't work anymore, and a new IBM study confirms that mobile strategy leaders need policies that are well thought-out, documented and communicated.

IBM shopping its SDN business?

According to Re/Code, IBM's sale of its x86 server business to Lenovo wasn't the last shoe.

IBM, Lockheed Martin, EMC to invest in Israeli cybersecurity park

IBM, Lockheed Martin and EMC have all committed to invest in research facilities at a new national cybersecurity park in Beer-Sheva, Israel.

IBM aims to redefine email

IBM hopes to change email with a new product.

IBM puts another $1.2B toward 15 new cloud data centers

IBM is doubling down on its IaaS cloud strategy, announcing plans to invest $1.2B building out 15 new cloud data centers around the world. That expansion brings the company's total number of cloud data centers to 40.

What does VMware's purchase of AirWatch mean for enterprise mobility?

I'm sure you have heard that virtualization giant VMware has agreed to acquire enterprise mobility management (EMM) firm AirWatch for around $1.54 billion. What does this acquisition mean for the enterprises struggling with mobility?

IBM puts ample stock in Watson cognitive computing invention

Watson is IBM's cognitive computing invention that beat human players at Jeopardy a few years ago and achieved some other publicity stunts as well. But its days of just playing around are gone; now it's doing real work in big data and is gaining traction in the field.

Mobile fuels record online sales for Cyber Monday

Mobile traffic accounted for 30 percent of visits to retailers' websites this Cyber Monday, an increase of more than 58 percent year-over-year, according to IBM stats provided to Bloomberg.

IBM, Hewlett-Packard, EMC among leading security and vulnerability management vendors, says TechNavio

IBM, Hewlett-Packard, EMC, Symantec and McAfee are leading vendors in the global security and vulnerability management market, according to TechNavio.

Research finds surprising trends among leading cloud adopters

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.