IBM helps golf fans connect at The Evian Championship via mobile app

For the past 15 years, The Evian Championship, Europe’s leading women’s golf tournament, has counted on IBM technology solutions and support as it aspires to become an increasingly social and mobile event. Last year, IBM enabled The Evian Championship to engage in an unprecedented way: with a mobile app. This year, the app and the […]

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IBM intros Watson Health Cloud for Life Sciences Compliance

For years, regulatory issues have made it difficult for the life sciences industry to take advantage of cloud computing’s myriad benefits. That’s likely to change with the introduction of IBM Watson Health Cloud for Life Sciences Compliance. IBM’s latest offering provides a comprehensive cloud infrastructure solution to help life science clients take advantage of cloud […]

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Five cloud coding tips from an Agile development team

When it comes to developing code for cloud applications, I have learned that having basic ground rules helps to ensure efficient and secure code development.  Following these ground rules can yield higher quality code. I work with a team of exceptionally bright cloud application developers that provide cloud infrastructure for clients. The team has implemented […]

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Four traps to avoid when migrating mature applications to the cloud

Some organizations still run some very old applications. In fact, I’ve come across some applications recently whose origins date back to the mid-1990s! Applications of this age can introduce some unique challenges that may not be obvious at first glance. But as with people, they still have value even when they get to an advanced […]

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Debunking three myths about software as a service (SaaS)

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is not a new delivery model.  The SaaS market has enjoyed rapid growth over the past few years and shows no signs of slowing.  In fact the SaaS market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 24 percent to reach by $66.9 billion 2016 and the applications segment is expected to grow […]

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Getting the most out of DevOps through cloud computing

Clients do not procure and purchase software products today the way they did in the past. Clients focus more on buying capabilities and solutions that help them move their business forward. In the cloud operating model, this becomes even more relevant, because installation, configuration and deployment are hidden from the users. Clients expect simplicity and […]

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