IBM Cloud

Reach for the cloud with financing

Not too long ago, cloud was touted primarily as a cost-cutting tool and means of improving agility through easy access to low cost infrastructure. It’s now gaining visibility in the minds of leaders for its potential to change the dynamics of digital globalization and competition. One way to drive the new experiences clients are after […]

VMware and IBM: Accelerating enterprise hybrid cloud

Earlier this year, IBM and VMware jointly set out to tackle the challenge of extending existing VMware workloads from on-premises environments to the cloud without incurring the cost and risk associated with retooling operations, rearchitecting applications and redesigning security policies. This collaboration is significant because it gives customers flexibility and transparency when moving workloads into […]

American Airlines soars into cloud with IBM

American Airlines, the largest passenger air carrier in North America, announced this week that it has chosen IBM as a cloud provider. Specifically, the airline intends to move some of its applications to the cloud and make use of IBM infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and platform-as-a-service (PaaS) tools. The agreement also means American will have access to […]

Why VMware on IBM Cloud matters

Enterprises large and small have made significant investments in VMware-based technology, deriving substantial business value over a number of years. Today, there are some 40 to 50 million virtual servers running workloads in client data centers around the world. Along with VMware virtualization technology, enterprises are using critically important VMware-based management tools and have steadily […]

New data center brings security, integration and choice to Nordic region

Demand for turnkey cloud solutions is on the rise in the Nordic countries. By 2019, the cloud market is expected to reach a whopping $18 billion. Enterprises in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland aren’t just looking for cloud capabilities, though. They’re also looking for ways to ensure security, perform hybrid integration and choose the […]

IBM and VMware, better together

Some things naturally go well together. Peanut butter and jelly. Cookies and milk. My face and a glass sliding door when playing Pokemon Go. And yes, you can add IBM Cloud and VMware to that list. If you rewind to six months ago, we were in Las Vegas on a stage shaking hands as IBM […]

Giving hybrid cloud the spotlight it deserves with VMware desktop services

Lots of recent discussion has focused on the rapidly growing hybrid cloud market. But just why does hybrid cloud computing matter? Hybrid is the new reality for migration to cloud. It’s the fastest-growing segment in the enterprise cloud space. Clients want control and flexibility in making decisions about taking their existing IT infrastructure into the […]

Power of 3: Box Zones, IBM Cloud, and IBM Cloud Object Storage

Box and IBM have deepened their partnership, announcing their newest product – Box Zones – today. Box Zones enables businesses around the globe to adopt Box as an essential component of their enterprise content management platform, and store, manage and access content in the ever-expanding network of IBM Cloud data centers. With data centers in […]

Documenting 20 years of The Masters and IBM

A lot can happen in 20 years. For proof, look no further than the relationship between IBM and The Masters Tournament, which started in 1996 with the development of the golf classic’s first-ever website. Since then, Masters Digital has grown exponentially, to the point where this year’s tournament will be the first ever sporting event […]

How IBM Cloud is building a rich ecosystem for developers and startups

Happy New Year! As IBM Cloud charges into 2016, we are ready to build on the strong momentum we achieved within the cloud ecosystem and developer areas in 2015. But before we jump ahead, I want you to take a look what we managed to achieve last year. In 2015, we established a new global […]

21st century alchemy: Spinning clouds and weaving magic

Entrepreneurs have been around since the dawn of time. They are the engineers of innovation in each and every epoch. Contrary to popular belief, the modern concept of an entrepreneur is essentially European, derived from the French entreprendre (to undertake) in the late nineteenth century. Turing – the entrepreneur It won’t surprise you to learn […]

Thursday Thoughts: Systems of record and engagement

Erik Anderson talks about systems of record (traditional IT) and systems of engagement (interaction) and how they can work together with a hybrid deployment.