To find out how this convergence of technologies is driving innovation, you need to look in the “space between” these phenomena to really see where technology is going.
An overview of how IBM's cloud solution is powering the 2013 Australian Open Tennis tournament.
The December #cloudchat took place on Dec. 13, from 4-5 p.m. ET.
This month's #cloudchat focused on the moniker SoMoClo, or social, mobile & cloud. Next month's chat is Dec. 13 from 4-5 p.m. ET.
Ever since The Jetsons, we’ve awaited the arrival of a real-life connected home. Thanks to cloud technology, this is becoming a reality.
I just returned from the 2012 IBM Technical World for Smarter Computing Conference that took place from April 15 - 19 in San Francisco. I want to share my impressions with you, while they are still fresh in my mind.
The ease of use and agility that one experiences with public clouds can be replicated in a private manner for enterprises. This is especially useful to enterprises that are worried about security or that want more control over where their data and software are setup and reside. So, private clouds can be seen as a microcosm of public clouds…Although this view is true, it is also not complete.
This month's chat focused on a topic with some pop culture appeal: IBM Watson. Since winning Jeopardy! just over a year ago, Watson has gone to work in the real-world, in both the healthcare and finance industries. Analyst Adrian Bowles joined the chat and contributed his insight.
This month’s #cloudchat on March 8 from 4-5 p.m. ET will take a look at Watson’s journey over the past year and what’s in store for the future, as it leverages big data analytics and the cloud to solve real-world problems (learn about how Watson is working in healthcare: http://bit.ly/z7oAgv and the banking industry: http://ibm.co/xNa6Jy).