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IBM and VMware jointly validate Branch Office Solution based on IBM System x and IBM Flex Systems

Shortly after announcing the IBM SmartCloud Desktop Reference Architecture with VMware View, we are reinforcing our commitment in this space.

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IBM PureSystems: A cloud computing genie

There may not be a genie to grant your IT wish, but there are smarter ways of delivering IT.

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IBM PureApplication System: Cloud capabilities on a rack

Earlier this year, IBM released its IBM PureSystems family of products. There are two products in this family: IBM PureFlex System and IBM PureApplication System. In very simple terms, the PureSystems family can be thought of as cloud capabilities on a rack.

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Part 2 of 3: Doug Clark, IBM UKI Cloud Computing Leader, in conversation with Sam Garforth

In this three-part blog post, Doug Clark and I had a conversation on 4 May 2012 about his views on cloud in the IT industry and his role within it. It was my goal to learn more about the business aspects of cloud and whether there are geographical differences in its adoption.

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Doug Clark, IBM UKI Cloud Computing Leader, in conversation with Sam Garforth

In this three-part blog post, Doug Clark and I had a conversation on 4 May 2012 about his views on cloud in the IT industry and his role within it. It was my goal to learn more about the business aspects of cloud and whether there are geographical differences in its adoption.

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Advancements in SmartCloud Services – Proving Out Our Commitment to Add Value Through Innovation

On May 17th we made some important announcements focusing on advancements and client momentum related to our SmartCloud services and solutions capabilities. These announcements help strengthen the broad-based unique value that we deliver to companies like yours and thousands of others the world over.

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I’ve virtualized my systems…isn’t that a cloud?

When many people think of cloud computing they immediately think of virtualization and virtual machines in particular. This is completely natural and not at all surprising. After all, one of the core underlying technologies used in cloud computing is virtualization. However, it is important not to confuse one element of cloud computing with the entire thing – and this can sometimes happen.

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Stormy forecast: Private clouds on the horizon are growing in importance

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.

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