Today IBM announced a new set of capabilities called “IBM SmartCloud Application Services.” These new capabilities for IBM SmartCloud provide, in essence, a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) solution.
For a while now in the workspace area, the BYOD concept has been a big buzz, but what does this actually mean?
Join the next IBM SmartCloud Enterprise API user group virtual meeting on October 19 at 9 a.m. US Eastern Time.
University of Bari is one of southern Italy’s premier educational institutions, with 12 faculties offering degrees in a wide range of subjects. To help sustain the development of the local economy, the university has recently worked with IBM to design a comprehensive IT transformation.
Our next #cloudchat Twitter chat this Thursday, October 13, at 4 p.m. ET will be focused on helping determine which model—IaaS or PaaS—works best in different business situations.
IBM + conference booth = boring? Think again! Ten reasons why you want to come and visit the IBM Exhibition Stand at VMworld in Copenhagen
So, I admit it, you might not think we (IBM) are known for the most “violently exciting” booths in the exhibition world - typically without jugglers or magicians, or hired models handing out iPads and (badly) reciting technical scripts about respective technologies.
When you ask CIOs or CTOs, who plan to introduce desktop cloud within their enterprises, about their motivation, they tell you about all sorts of value they expect to gain from that project. However, if you dig a little bit deeper about their goals, it turns out that their main driver is cost reduction.
All these terms and more detailed definitions can be found on the National Institute of Standards and Technology website: http://www.nist.gov/index.html. The old concept (IBM® Mainframe) is back with a new name, new vision, and new infrastructure: cloud. Well, not new, still in its infancy, but exponentially growing. So, what is this cloud and how are […]
This article was originally posted on Dustin’s blog A View from the Clouds. A couple of weeks ago, I dropped by the Intel Developer Forum to present a session and listen in on a few others. As always in these types of shows, I learned quite a bit. Most strikingly though, I was reminded of […]