I was inspired to write this post after attending an IBM Pulse 2014 session presented by Philippe Labussière, cloud director at Sogeti, and Guilhaume Garcia, cloud IT specialist from the IBM Client Center in Montpellier, France. By demonstrating a live environment managing four different clouds, they showed us how easy cloud usage could be. So on this […]
In the Green eMotion (GeM) project, IBM is helping to develop electric vehicle solutions
I have longed for some dedicated resources from all parts of IBM, including research that would collaborate with federal agencies and other clients to further the adoption of cloud computing across the government. And it seems that my wishes have come true, as we now have 500 employees aligned to a new center to bring this much-needed innovation. I am of course referring to the IBM Federal Cloud Innovation Center (FCIC) in Washington, DC.
It has become vitally important for organizations to be cloud players. They must be innovative with their IT transformation approaches in building flexible and agile business systems such as Customer Resource Management (CRM) systems, storage systems, complex process automation and for leveraging social media and mobile technologies.
Last month, I was in a meeting with an IT manager from Brazil. After a few hours discussing options for their SAP implementation strategy, I realized that there were many times I had already explained how IBM can easily migrate SAP environments to cloud.
Perhaps you've heard about software as a service (SaaS), but you're unsure of what benefits it could provide. SaaS has several advantages for users and service providers when compared with the traditional way of installing applications.