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.
A team of research analysts have published the results of their study on the cloud computing market and whether organizations truly get what they are paying for.
IBM has expanded its security services portfolio through its agreement to acquire Trusteer, a provider of software and services to guard against financial fraud.
WASHINGTON, D.C.--Surreptitious communication via the domain name system poses a serious security threat to enterprises, warns a group of researchers from the University of California system, Qualcomm and IBM.
Laboratory testing of Lenovo's PCs and other equipment allegedly found backdoors in its hardware and firmware vulnerabilities in its chips, which has led to the equipment being banned from classified networks by five governments, the Australian Financial Review reports.
IBM, HP and Dell are battling to take second place in the enterprise network equipment market behind leader Cisco, according to a survey of 210 enterprises in North America conducted by Infonetics Research.
IBM customers say that while they readily embraced the BLU Acceleration concept, they were fearful of it too. That is likely to be a common reaction to any vendor shift to in-memory processing.
As I attended the E2 conference in Boston this week, I noticed that the space seems to be headed for the niches, looking for smaller departmental use cases, rather than a bigger, all-encompassing enterprise communications tool.
IBM has agreed to acquire cloud computing company SoftLayer Technologies for around $2 billion, according to a report by Bloomberg. Enterprises are becoming more comfortable with putting their data in the cloud, which is fueling acquisitions of smaller cloud firms by bigger firms.