IBM reports strong growth in cloud

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Cloud is growing. More and more studies and reports prove it as the months tick by.

For more proof of cloud’s rapid rise, look no further than the cloud-related revenue numbers released this week in the second-quarter earnings from IBM. Cloud revenue increased by 30 percent over the second quarter of the previous year, for example.

For more on how IBM Cloud has shown strong growth, check out the infographic below, which also gives several examples of recent business engagements powered by IBM Cloud services.


For more information about IBM second-quarter earnings, read the full press release.

Find out more about IBM Cloud.

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