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Explore IBM Cloud Orchestrator at InterConnect

To meet a wide range of business requirements, many companies build a complex multi-cloud environment. Managing multiple clouds used to be difficult. In 2017, is that still the case? It shouldn’t be. IBM offers a complete cloud management platform that simplifies management of multi-cloud environments. Developers can use the platform to build and run applications […]

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Whose cloud is it, anyway? Find out at InterConnect 2017

Are you ready for the cloud event of the year? Get ready to meet cloud experts, problem-solvers and industry leaders you admire. Not to mention some very special guests—like TV star, improv legend and the next Aaron Burr in “Hamilton,” Wayne Brady. IBM is gearing up for InterConnect 2017 in Las Vegas, where IBM will […]

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Don’t go it alone in the team sport of retail digital transformation

The reaction of IT teams to the ever changing “bimodal IT” landscape has been interesting to watch over the past several years at the National Retail Federation’s (NRF) BIG Show. There have certainly been winners and losers, but not always the ones you might expect. There has been a surge away from centralized IT in […]

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Reimagining enterprise IT in the social, mobile age with open cloud

I believe the enterprise IT application delivery model as it exists today in many organizations is broken. With the advent of cloud, social and mobile, it requires new thinking. Users seem to agree as shadow IT has grown exponentially in recent years. The advisory firm CEB estimates that 40 percent of all IT spending at […]

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Delivering on cloud: Raw chicken doesn’t taste like chicken soup

When it comes to using a cloud to provision managed and unmanaged servers, which option is right for you?

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What is infrastructure as a service (IaaS)?

Our blogger taps his colleagues for a definitive explanation that will do justice to IaaS.

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Motivations for moving the desktop to the cloud

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.

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