Boost your digital experience — how to get more out of Think 2020

Written by Andrea Bush | April 6, 2020 | Think

Over the past couple of months, the world we know has changed. Routine tasks, like grocery shopping or going for a walk, have become a lot more complicated. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to change how we do a lot of things. How we stay connected with friends and family. How we educate our more

Together, we will get through this

Written by David La Rose | March 24, 2020 | Making the World Better, PartnerWorld

The global pandemic caused by the COVID-19 has impacted nearly every corner of the world and disrupted daily life. Every day is filled with more changes of how we are to live and work. Even though our daily routines are disrupted, this is not an obstacle that we can’t overcome. Our commitment to Business Partners more

IBM Partner Ecosystem Net Promoter Score — Unlock your voice

Written by Angela Trillhaase | March 19, 2020 | Ecosystem Essentials, PartnerWorld

Listening to feedback is a critical component to delivering quality customer service. Every company is staffed by human employees. And people are inherently fallible. As a result, no business gets it right every time. In fact, what often distinguishes a beloved brand or a favorite provider is the steps these companies take when everything doesn’t more

Forging a better future, forging stronger partnerships

Written by Diego Segre | March 11, 2020 | Ecosystem Essentials, PartnerWorld

We just wrapped up another fantastic year for the IBM Ecosystem. And not only in terms of results, which were great, but also in how we are moving into the future. In 2019, the conversations I enjoyed with Business Partners across Europe centered on the concept of next generation partnerships in business and the fundamental more

Going virtual — Think 2020 is evolving

Written by Andrea Bush | March 5, 2020 | Ecosystem Essentials, Think

Earlier this week, IBM announced that we are transforming the Think 2020 conference into a virtual event to be held on May 5-6. The health of IBM’s clients, employees and Business Partners is our primary concern. And in light of global precautions for the COVID-19 Coronavirus as well as the recommendations from the World Health more

Success in the 5G edge era calls for a vibrant partner ecosystem

Written by Evaristus Mainsah | February 27, 2020 | Cloud Integration, Ecosystem Essentials

The convergence of edge computing, AI and hybrid multicloud with the rollout of 5G will spark a whole new level of innovation. A manufacturer could more quickly and efficiently enable automated machines and industrial robots to analyze data right on the factory floor. A retailer could use AI-infused applications to mitigate profit-sensitive issues like spillage more

Don’t just talk about the future of cloud — Get ready for it

Written by Evaristus Mainsah | February 13, 2020 | Cloud Integration

Cloud adoption is continuing to transform business and accelerate digital innovation for enterprise customers. And we find that organizations focused on this trend are modernizing traditional software to help improve operational efficiency, integrate clouds from multiple vendors and build a more unified cloud strategy. Control the cloudTo help address the transformation needs of these enterprises, more

Storage made simple for hybrid multicloud

Written by Eric Herzog | February 12, 2020 | Storage Systems and Software

The world is fascinated by Sudoku. Those number puzzles based on a 9×9 grid that took the world by storm 15 years ago. There are even “hyper,” “twin,” “alphabetical” and “killer” variants to tease your brain. What makes the Suduko challenge so appealing? It’s the clean design. It’s the simple yet challenging gameplay. And it’s more

IBM Partner Marketplaces: New name. New opportunities.

Written by Chris Oliver | February 6, 2020 | Ecosystem Essentials, PartnerWorld

We live in a digital world where simple access and real-time delivery is the norm. Just this past Thanksgiving, my wife and I received word only two days before the holiday that we would have two additional families joining us for dinner. We had to scramble — we needed more food, more drinks and even more