IBM says the IT market has been very clear that new applications are being developed on Linux and OpenStack. Power technology is absolutely moving to the future with supporting Linux as a first-class platform.
The amount of data in the world is growing every second, and taking on more forms—structured and unstructured, in motion and at rest. Big data holds valuable insights that can transform a business. But without analytics, big data is just noise. Running analytics on a wide range of existing data combined with new data sources gives a more vivid picture of your business and the forces that affect it.
IBM announces POWER8 technology and the first generation of systems based on it. The company also pulls back the curtain on the new strategy for Power Systems as well as the first new version of IBM i, 7.2, in four years.
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Security and compliance are vital to business. Between regulatory requirements and the economic risk of a security breach, businesses can’t afford to ignore security. A new security study sheds light on the risks but Power Systems technology is well positioned to handle it.
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Power your business growth with IBM cloud computing solutions. You can innovate faster, give users the software they need, develop mobile applications and save time with self-service. With a broad cloud computing portfolio and deep cloud expertise, IBM can help you confidently realize the benefits of cloud.
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It always comes down to money. Is your IT making you money? How do you get cost efficiency? This issue addresses these questions and more about the economics of IT.
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As we enter a new year, we ask a new general manager, Doug Balog, what he sees as the top IT and Power Systems trends in 2014.
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