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This week in iOS saw reports of effective Activation Locks, IBM released the first iOS apps for the enterprise from the alliance with Apple, and Apple named its picks for best apps.
As well as unveiling the beta of its IBM Containers Docker-based service, the enterprise giant is to sell Docker's container management suite, along with new open-source orchestration tools.
IBM, Cisco and others are launching new apps under a freemium model. Will Millennials see these enterprise giants as go-to vendors in the future?
Apple has an IBM partnership and is reportedly bulking up its direct sales team to focus more on the enterprise. Here are a few reasons why the stars are lining up for a successful corporate push.
The Apple-IBM deal set aside decades of rivalry to forge a new path into tapping the enterprise market. But some key industries will miss out. Here's why.
Apple lifts the lid on its combined AppleCare and IBM enterprise support package.
Big Blue has unveiled a new enterprise solution aimed at harnessing Big Data to detect criminal activity in seconds.
Microsoft and IBM have forged a new alliance bringing more of IBM's enterprise software and services to Azure, and Microsoft's enterprise software to IBM's cloud platforms.
SAP now has the opportunity to expand the SAP HANA platform worldwide using IBM data centers.
The new global enterprise services aims to take on Apple-IBM at its own game, by expanding coverage to a wider range of devices — and not just Samsung's.
Centrify will be the identity and access management provider in the background for Samsung's Knox EMM, which aims to make Android more enterprise ready and turn back IBM and Apple.
Infinidat is focused squarely on the high-end enterprise storage market. Against the likes of EMC, NetApp and IBM how can they possibly succeed? Building a better product is a great start.
IBM is adding more troops for its assault on the enterprise security market - this time with an Italian vendor giving it tools to handle segregation of duties.
The IBM and Apple deal shook up the enterprise space last week. Where does it leave Android?
IBM goes full speed ahead in Gartner's Magic Quadrant report for Enterprise Backup Software and Integrated Appliances.
The surprise move to bring IBM software running on iPads and iPhones into the hallowed halls of corporatedom will hit some competitors hard. But there's also one big winner.
The biggest challenge for team Android is that Google and Samsung, two partners with enterprise ambitions, will have to herd cats to reach corporations to counter Apple and IBM.
Apple gets a big leg up in the enterprise courtesy of IBM's vast army. IBM gets to show off its analytics and industry specific apps running exclusively on iOS.
Craig Hayman worked with IBM's Industry Cloud Solutions and WebSphere businesses, and led IBM's acquisitions of more than a dozen companies.
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