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

Written by Evaristus Mainsah | February 13, 2020 | Cloud

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

IBM public cloud — Use the technology of tomorrow, today

Written by Maria Fernanda Velazquez | December 9, 2019 | Cloud

According to a recent IDC report, by 2022, 90 percent of business innovations will happen using a public cloud. The report also says that from the year 2018 to 2023, 500 million new applications will be created, which is equal to the number built over the last 40 years. These stats tell us that the more

Digital alchemy – Turning data into gold

Written by Alistair Mackenzie | November 25, 2019 | Cloud, Partner Perspectives, Security

Data is the means by which enterprises can truly understand their customers – their needs, behaviors and buying patterns. And within an enterprise’s data lies the potential for greater revenue, increased efficiencies, reduced costs. This race to unlock that potential is the most significant play in business today. As technology continues to evolve – and more

Unlocking the potential of cloud with S&M Cloud and IBM

Written by Acacio Laiseca | November 18, 2019 | Cloud, Partner Perspectives

It’s hard to imagine an innovation that has changed the IT landscape as much as the cloud. Since the digital revolution started almost a century ago, hardware was always one of the most important factors. Where are your servers? How are they being managed? Are they in a locked room? Are they too warm? Do more

Want smarter investment management insights? See what machine learning can do

Written by Kim Gravell | November 4, 2019 | Cloud, Partner Perspectives

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning were two of the key buzzwords of 2018-19, and interest in these areas is expected to continue into the new decade. They have moved out of the realms of theory and have taken their place in the corporate toolbox of forward-thinking CEOs. No strategy conversation today should be complete more

IBM and Red Hat – Building trust with broader choice

Written by Acacio Laiseca | October 24, 2019 | Cloud, Partner Perspectives

Our average customer is a large — often multinational — industrial enterprise. There are a lot of those here in Bilbao, Spain, where we’re located. We only see the sun in July and August, so we focus most of our attention on our customers rather than going to the beach. And when working with those 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

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

Ecosystem Transformation Part VII: The Evolution of Delivery

Written by Rosalva Nunez | September 10, 2019 | Cloud, Ecosystem Transformation, Good Tech + Great Thinkers

It’s the end of the month and direct deposit does not yet exist. You must go to the appropriate person appointed at your workplace to get your “check” or even in some cases wait a few days to get your check in the mail. The best part is yet to come. You must physically go more