What does it take to be the cloud for enterprise? How can IBM Cloud better empower clients to digitally transform their businesses? These are the questions we set out to answer at IBM every day. Knowing what it means to be the cloud for enterprise doesn’t require an army of market researchers and focus groups. […]
With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) data regulation going into effect, we recently wrapped the latest GDPR Summit in London. Almost 500 attendees across most industries attended three parallel tracks of GDPR focused activity: GDPR program, HR and sales, and marketing. I was honored to give the keynote with my IBM colleague Jonathan […]
As cloud continues to evolve, not a day passes that we fail to hear about advancements in this technology. It’s overwhelming to grasp just how many things are happening in cloud in such a short time. As a cloud evangelist, even I sometimes lose track of what is new and what is changing. Let’s do a […]
In the first post of a series on developerWorks, my colleague and I discussed how to manually deploy the flow rules for Open vSwitch to protect virtual machines (VMs) running on a KVM hypervisor. However, the solution we proposed then is not always practical in the real world, because the assets in the cloud can […]
What color SOCs do bears wear? I promise we’ll get to the answer, but first, a few words about the cloud. I am often asked about IBM SoftLayer, cloud computing and why Service Organization Control (SOC) reports are important. The question comes up often enough for me to decide to write about it here. Service […]
Backup has always been a challenge in the enterprise, especially with the recent growth in data volumes.
Fang Feng and Neena Richard interviewed IBM LotusLive Chief Architect Marshall Lamb about his perspective on various aspects LotusLive and SaaS, including shifting services to the cloud, collaboration, competitors, data privacy, licensing and more.