One great way a solutions supplier can create a preference for its technology is to train the next generation of IT professionals on it while they're still in school.
A recent upgrade to the Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean has thrown Android users of IBM's Notes off of their corporate email and calendar applications, according to a report by IDG News Service.
Germany's Deutsche Telekom is taking on U.S. data center outsourcing market leaders CSC, Dell, HP and IBM with a major 10-year deal with Presbyterian Healthcare Services.
A full 61 percent of IT professionals see security as the top barrier to adoption of mobile technology in the enterprise, according to a survey of more than 1,200 IT and business decision makers conducted by IBM.
Just because a movie does well at the box office on its opening weekend doesn't mean it was a critical success. Thanks to big data and the perfecting of sentiment analysis of social media, box office receipts don't tell the whole story.
The apocalypse is just sitting out there waiting to happen and like a comet in the Oort cloud, it is hiding in a sea of big data.
Web content management vendors are "missing in action" when it comes to mobility, judged Forrester analysts David Aponovich and Michael Facemire.
Mobile traffic was a major catalyst behind the growth of online shopping on Black Friday 2012. According to IBM, 24 percent of consumers visited retailer sites from a mobile device, up from 14.3 percent on Black Friday 2011. In addition, mobile sales exceeded 16 percent, up from 9.8 percent a year earlier.
IBM is expanding its mobile software and services capabilities in a market that is predicted by McKinsey & Co. to reach $130 billion in revenue by 2015.
Accenture, IBM, Capgemini and CSC are leading vendors in the SAP application management service providers market, according to Gartner's latest magic quadrant report.