IBM's retooling to become focused on software and services is legendary. The company is an outsourcing and services leader and has placed its bet on analytics for the near future. IBM's software assets focus on everything from business intelligence to analytics to collaboration to middleware and open source development. On the hardware side of the house, IBM is a mainframe and server leader. Big Blue also has a large research unit and is the patent leader.
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As more cloud providers set up shop in Australia, local organisations are getting more comfortable with adopting cloud services, according to IBM.
IBM appears to be making good on its promise that it will make the bulk of its workforce rebalancing moves in the second quarter. Employees ranging from consultants to data center workers to sales are sweating.
IBM is going straight to those who hold the purse strings with its latest cloud product release.
Australia's largest casino hotel plans to build on a maintenance-systems upgrade with increased mobile support and augmented-reality tools.
In order to cut costs, U.S. employees of IBM from management to entry-level have been made redundant.
IT security isn't just about buying and installing the latest products, according to IBM's director of application, data, mobile, and infrastructure security, Caleb Barlow.
Unfortunately for Big Blue and its employees, this just marks yet another round of layoffs -- one of several in the last few years.
Linux has its own built-in hypervisor, KVM, for x86 virtualization, and now IBM is porting it to its Power architecture.
Overall, IDC said that HPC server sales hit $2.5 billion in the first quarter, up 5.3 percent from a year ago.
IBM and 10gen are collaborating to fashion a new standard for mobile computing within enterprise networks.
Big data may be handy shorthand for a whole group of issues but it's done little to increase businesses' willingness to spend on analytics in the short term.
The Australian Department of Defence is set to award a contract worth over AU$500 million at the end of this year to reduce the number of servers across the country from 280 to eight.
The computing giant continues to push its cloud computing effort in a deal rumored in the region of $2 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Big Blue has filed a bid to protest the $600 million, 10-year cloud contract awarded to Amazon by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.
Big Blue is adding tools for log analysis, monitoring, application services and virtualized mobile app testing to its SmartCloud and MobileFirst lineups.