On June 5th, 2019, a radiant summer day in Berlin, teknowlogy visited this year's IBM Security Summit at "Bikini Berlin" – an event taking place as part of the "Think at IBM" event series and providing a whole range of information and insights for the avid security expert. The focus was primarily on IBM's view of the security market and its ...
In the competition among cloud hyperscalers, IBM has lost market awareness in recent years despite billion-dollar investments (such as the acquisition of SoftLayer). The company is countering this with a multi-cloud strategy that emphasizes on the integration needs of customers and its own integration capability. This strategy could work.
IBM yesterday announced what it claims is ‘one of the largest cloud deals in Europe’ - an eight-year contract extension that makes it the premier cloud partner for BNP Paribas, itself one of the world’s top 10 largest banks.
IBM and Vodafone yesterday announced that they are creating a collaborative venture that will go operational in 1H 2019 to develop, sell and deliver integrated connectivity and multicloud solutions, enabling enterprises to more easily embrace new technologies such SDN, 5G, AI, IoT, Blockchain and Edge Computing.
IBM announced yesterday that it was going to acquire open source software company Red Hat for $34 billion, its biggest acquisition ever. This raises two interesting questions: Why is IBM acquiring Red Hat and how did an open source company become IBM’s biggest acquisition ever?
On June 19, 2018, IBM announced its Power AI Enterprise and AI Infrastructure Reference Architecture – a new milestone in IBM’s AI engagement, which it formerly referred to as cognitive computing.
On the first day of CeBIT (June 11-15, 2018), IBM announced new offerings for cloud computing trying to catch up and eventually lead.
IBM’s recent IoT (Internet of Things) Summit at the now officially opened ‘Watson IoT Center’ global headquarters in the heart of Munich gave a lot of insight into how far the industry has come with its industrial IoT efforts. The industry seems to have found a new IoT crystallization point.
Businesses are replete with connected devices owned by the enterprise and employees. Smartphones, tablets, PCs and Macs collectively represent a threat and an opportunity for companies.
Managed improperly, connected devices are gaping security holes and even legal liabilities in some cases. If corralled properly for corporate purposes, the ...
It’s tempting to assume infrastructure and operations professionals in the U.K. will clamber over themselves to outsource all sorts of enterprise data given the vast amount of technology infrastructure that will be made available this year.
More infrastructure capacity is coming online as a result of massive data centre buildouts by ...
The overall storage growth rate is still positive, but no longer double-digit. Big-data management requests more storage, there is no question about that; but price points are decreasing. Additionally, more and more enterprises are moving parts of their data – in particular their backup and archiving data – to the cloud. This opens new ...
In times of digitization, system integrators need to transform as well. We had the chance to sit down with a number of IBM executives in Cambridge, just next door to the MIT, to discuss their approach to becoming a system integrator for the digital age.
During the last couple of days, IBM made some significant announcements that demonstrate its willingness and ability to change fundamental parts of its business strategy. The facts are convincing.