Caroline B. Poser

How IBM Cloud supports innovative IoT

What is the Internet of Things (IoT), exactly? What are the “things”? They could be any internet-connected objects that collect and share data using embedded sensors. For example, many of us are familiar with fitness trackers or smart appliances that are controlled by cell phones. Business Insider predicts that there will be there will be […]

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Innovating media and advertising with IBM Cloud

You only have one chance to make a first impression, as the saying goes, so it better be a good one. How can companies get noticed in today’s fast-paced age of digital media where there’s fierce competition for eyeballs, especially when there may only milliseconds in which to set themselves apart from the abundance of […]

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How IBM Cloud helps keep children safe and parents happy

To some, the cloud might seem like an ethereal thing. Maybe they get the idea of cloud backup or cloud-based email, but the rest of it? Lots of people are too busy to keep up with innovations and sometimes assume it’s only for the most tech-savvy out there. That’s not the case, though. Here are […]

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Transforming the digital payment experience with IBM Cloud

According to Computerworld, financial technology has been around virtually as long as the financial services industry itself. But since the economic crisis of 2008, a new breed of disruptors has challenged traditional ecommerce providers with more efficient services. Here’s how four fintech companies are shaking up payments with IBM Cloud. Australian digital-only bank improves the […]

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Deliver.ee drives online retail order delivery within minutes – or by appointment – with IBM Cloud

Founded in 2013 and headquartered in Paris, deliver.ee offers France’s first urban delivery network for online merchandise orders. The startup sought a scalable cloud hosting platform for the applications supporting its delivery service. According to Sébastien Poudat, deliver.ee co-founder and CTO, “We needed 100% reliability with what we planned to do. Once an order was […]

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