What is Smarter Computing?
Smarter Computing is IBM's approach to IT innovation in an information-centric era. It helps IT leaders seize the opportunities of a smarter planet by thinking differently about the way their organisations can unleash innovation through the cloud, unlock the power of data, and safeguard the security of critical information and business processes.
The time is now for CIOs to:
Why Smarter Computing?
On a smarter planet, the boundaries of IT are no longer clear. The number of connected devices and the amount of data you collect from them are growing at extraordinary rates. This is a great challenge to CIOs as expectations from IT increase.
A cloud ready infrastructure speeds time to market and improves efficiency
A data ready infrastructure delivers more actionable insight
A security ready infrastructure helps comply, reduce risk, and protect
Are you ready to compete?
How to get started.
IBM's purpose is to deliver clients an IT infrastructure that is Tomorrow Ready.
IBM offers a unique combination of systems, software and services through the broader range of capabilities. IBM capabilities, delivered through a choice of deployment models optimised to your business needs to achieve your transformation objectives.
Available through a choice of delivery models:
Learn more about IBM Smarter Computing capabilities
Smarter Computing: What's Next. Ready Now.
Announcing new capabilities to help you anticipate customer preferences, outpace competitors, and respond to dynamic events.
Smarter Computing at IBM Edge2013
IBM executives and subject matter experts announce new Smarter Computing capabilities at the IBM Edge2013 Global Conference in Las Vegas.
IBM Smarter Computing Magazine
Learn more about IBMâ€™s new computing model that is built on a software-defined environment, designed for Big Data, and open and collaborative.
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