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5 highlights from InterConnect 2017

At this year’s InterConnect, I learned so much, met clients from across industries and geographies, and yet again left Las Vegas buzzing with excitement about IBM solutions and partnerships. Throughout the week, clients told me they’re thrilled to see the IBM commitment to building a cloud that’s enterprise strong, puts data first and has cognitive […]

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IBM expands partner ecosystem for VMware users moving to the cloud

More and more organizations are moving their enterprise workloads to the cloud, but they don’t just get there through magic. Often, there’s a lot of expense and risk involved. Occasionally, entire IT operations have to be overhauled. It’s a big challenge. To face down that challenge, IBM and VMware joined forces earlier this year to […]

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Intel’s Billy Cox on the unprecedented awesomeness of disruption

When I gave the keynote at Open Compute Platform (OCP) European Summit this past October, I talked about disruptive technologies. As anyone reading this blog knows quite well, our industry moves very quickly, constantly bringing new disruptions to market. That’s a given—and a good thing. In this case, what was disruptive five months ago is […]

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How Intel and SoftLayer are delivering trusted cloud platforms

Cloud computing is entering what some have called the “cloud 2.0 era,” where users are no longer lingering in the “testing the waters” phase (using cloud computing for non-mission critical workloads). Now, cloud users are taking advantage of its benefits for their mission-critical workloads, and IT departments are turning their attention to data security. In fact, according to […]

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Can Internet of Things help create a smarter government?

Mac Devine shares his impressions from the Intel Developer Forum as they relate to government, internet of things and cloud computing.

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The “Internet of Things” and cloud computing

A dynamic and elastic IT infrastructure like cloud computing will be the only option to support the Internet of Things.

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