The federal government on Thursday received the Productivity Commission's final report on vulnerable supply chains, which the likes of IBM hope will contain more focus on 'cyber' than its interim report did.
Safeguarded Copy automatically creates data copies that are security isolated within the systems and cannot be accessed.
Big Blue reported revenue of $18.7 billion, up 3% year-over-year.
The tool is designed for those looking to integrate and run AI and ML technologies across cloud environments.
Big Blue's quantum team has mathematically demonstrated that a quantum algorithm could work better than a classical one for machine-learning classification problems.
'We as humans were not built to go and look through 1.5 million lines of code and understand what business functions are buried in there.'
For now, former IBM President James Whitehurst remains at IBM as a special advisor. Soon, however, he'll appear as a CEO at another business.
A University of Oxford spinout startup aims to compete against US-based tech giants in providing access to quantum computing over the internet.
CodeFlare is an open-source framework designed to save developers time and effort to create machine learning pipelines to deploy in hybrid environments.
In the long run, Whitehurst's absence will leave a weakened IBM and Red Hat facing stronger cloud and Linux rivals.
Under Whitehurst, Red Hat became a billion-dollar company and was acquired by IBM. He then moved up to become IBM's President to lead IBM's cloud efforts. Now, out of the blue, Whitehurst is stepping down as IBM's leader.
Big Blue claims it is the first to demonstrate quantum advantage in a real-life experiment, instead of merely theorizing the milestone.
The contribution is aimed at giving cybersecurity experts more time to conduct forensic activities.
Big Blue is two years into its now five-year, whole-of-government arrangement with the New South Wales government.
Big Blue has, for the first time, built a quantum computer that is not physically located in its US data centers. For the company, this is the start of global quantum expansion.
The IBM System x3400 M3 server is designed for small businesses, offices, and departments that require a server to handle daily transactions.
Yesterday those passionate about information technology gathered to listen to a debate about the future of email, with a panelist consisting of IBM and Research In Motion executives, as well as a futurologist and an anthropologist.
Bill Detwiler cracks open the IBM System x3400 M3 small-office server in this TR Dojo teardown gallery.
While on a blogger tour of the IBM facilities in Armonk, NY, Larry Dignan spotted several reminders of IBM's role in leading the digital age.
The Australian Online Retailer Expo 2010 got underway yesterday at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre. The exhibition runs to the end of the week and brings e-retailers, merchants, web developers and manufacturers together to showcase the booming Australian e-commerce offerings.
Top500.org releases a semi-annual list of the fastest 500 supercomputers in the world. This gallery covers several of the best of the best.
IBM will roll out a software development kit for an application dubbed Mote Runner with the aim of spurring the adoption of sensors in various devices, products and systems.
IBM researchers bring the world down to size with a breakthrough technique that allows them to create nanoscale objects. The first mission was to produce the smallest 3D map of the world ever.
The Australian Open turns Melbourne Park into a small city each year, with the underlying information technology having to be scaled up to meet the demands of organising hundreds of matches.
IBM has opened a new IT Services Centre located in The University of Ballarat's Technology Park, the centre is expected to create 300 jobs.
IBM and UNIVAC were the key system integrators for the Apollo program. IBM provided broad computer support on a number of fronts including guidance systems on the Saturn V vehicle itself, whereas UNIVAC's computers were critical to the Deep Space Tracking Network (DSTN) required for upstream and downstream telemetry to and from the spacecraft.Read more about IBM and UNIVAC in the Apollo program in Tech Broiler.
Lotus Foundations is a great solution for a wide range of businesses because it takes away the need for an on-site IT guru, and minimises management overheads so staff can get on with core business activities.
Overnight IBM announced it would this week release software, dubbed iNotes Ultralite, that allows people to access their Lotus Notes/Domino collaboration suite on Apple's iPhone. We take you on a brief tour.
IBM, Intel Sun Microsystems, and Super Micro have their wares on display at the SC07 supercomputing conference.
View this image gallery of the IBM X3950 M2 Server.
Apple still leads but there are two big tech losers.
The tech heavyweights join Deutsche Telekon, T-Mobile, DLA Piper, Magalu, Nomura, Swirlds, and Swisscom Blockchain on the council.
The contract will see Big Blue provide system integrator services to deliver the design phase of the ERP program.
Today, Red Hat dominates enterprise Linux. Tomorrow, it wants to rule the cloud. With IBM beside it, don't bet against it. Read more: https://zd.net/2OqAQ0a
Tonya Hall sits down with Daniel Krook, CTO of the Code and Response initiative at IBM, and learns how IBM is working to help aid in the recovery process after a natural disaster occurs.
UBank is toying with artificial intelligence to disrupt the way a bank operates, its CEO has said.
Tackling ocean plastic and global poverty with blockchain-based token rewards.
There's a skills shortage, but there isn't enough of a focus on the 50% of students who don't want to go to university, according to NSW Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education.
IBM is laying down the groundwork for quantum advances and ensuring there are people able to work in the field.