Shining through – Computer Gross gains attention with a new cloud marketplace

Written by Gianluca Guasti | October 9, 2019 | Ecosystem Essentials

We live in a time of abundance. From deodorant to televisions to system integrators – consumers are overwhelmed with choices. For almost any product or service, they can pick from more options than they’ll ever rationally consider, which makes it challenging for businesses to cut through the noise and become a brand of choice. In more

Success in the ecosystem: Be a part of it!

Written by Anette Forstmeier | October 7, 2019 | Ecosystem Essentials

I originally joined IBM in 2007. And over the next decade I developed my career, eventually filling a channel software marketing role, where I built a good relationship with IBM Business PROFI AG. PROFI is a German-based provider of IT systems and software. A mid-sized, family company of around 320 employees, PROFI relies heavily on more

Give your business a jump: Earn your mark in the hybrid multicloud market

Written by Todd Grube and Zayrus Romero Perez | September 30, 2019 | Ecosystem Essentials, Systems

There are few track events that are as visually compelling as the high jump. When everything goes right and you watch that competitor arc through the air, it’s amazing. And when things get challenging, that can be pretty spectacular as well. High jumping is a very technical event that requires training, practice and the honing more

Point, click and accept a new opportunity to grow your business

Written by Lisa Newton | September 25, 2019 | Cloud, Ecosystem Essentials, Good Tech + Great Thinkers

“Buying and selling has never been easier than it is today.” That is a seemingly obvious and cliché statement. Yet, consider that less than 80 years ago—within the lifetime of nearly 40 million Americans still making purchases today—many had to travel good distances to buy basic necessities, or rely on a massive book of merchandise more

Growing the future – IBM and Sogeti

Written by Rémi Gillain | September 23, 2019 | Ecosystem Essentials

The relationship between Sogeti and IBM goes back many years. Here in Luxembourg, Sogeti has a particular track record in providing advanced security solutions to our clients, based around our Security Operations Center (SOC) solution, that help them uncover and tackle advanced persistent threats. In the SOC, IBM Security Services staff works alongside Sogeti to more

Trust is earned – build client confidence with award-winning IBM Storage

Written by Eric Herzog | September 19, 2019 | Ecosystem Essentials, Systems

“I want a second opinion.” There are few phrases that can simultaneously inspire as much fear and confidence. Fear as we envision the doctor’s office or the board room where that phrase is uttered. It’s a recognition of what we don’t know and the potential loss that is loaded behind a wrong decision. But at more

Want fulfilling work? Find your passion

Written by Scott Abbott | September 16, 2019 | Making the World Better, Partner Perspectives, Watson

I’m a morning person. It’s really easy to get out of bed when your day has a purpose. When the work you’re doing actually means something and has the potential to change lives. Yes, we all need to make money. But when you’re fulfilling your passion, when you’re pursuing your dreams, you want to do more

Business Partners prepare to extend new IBM data privacy capabilities to clients worldwide

Written by Mary Coucher | September 13, 2019 | Cloud, Good Tech + Great Thinkers, Security

The partner ecosystem is vital to IBM’s strategy as we enter chapter two of cloud, which is all about transitioning to and driving value with hybrid cloud. The IBM Z enterprise platform is a large part of this hybrid cloud story, and Business Partners are driving an increasing percentage of IBM’s enterprise platform sales. With more

IBM Systems helps you build the cloud you want – with the privacy and security you need

Written by Jose Castano and Eric Herzog | September 12, 2019 | Systems

Technology is a realm of creative destruction. As each new innovation is dropped into the market, it creates ripples that influence, disrupt or completely erase what’s already out there. And in rare cases, neighboring technologies can seamlessly merge, revolutionizing an industry and changing how we manage business for years to come. Recently, we noticed one more