Be open and change the world

Written by DeLisa Alexander and Guillermo Miranda | July 9, 2019 | Corporate Responsibility

It’s official. Red Hat is a key part of IBM’s future. Together, our two companies will bring greater business value and fuel open source collaboration for our clients. The business opportunities are significant, and so are the possibilities for delivering social impact. As leaders in corporate social responsibility, we are united in the belief that ...read more


Introducing the New Good Tech IBM Blog

Written by Samantha Davis | June 27, 2019 | Corporate Responsibility

Introducing the new IBM Corporate Social Responsibility blog, Good Tech IBM Blog. Why Good Tech IBM, you ask? Because it is at the center of our values. We make advancements in technologies, like artificial intelligence and cloud, that are changing the world for good. Social impact is built into our business. We apply our technology ...read more


Trust and responsibility. Earned and practiced daily.

Written by Guillermo Miranda | June 27, 2019 | Corporate Responsibility

Corporate responsibility is smart business.  Each day at IBM we demonstrate leadership and accountability on critical areas such as environmental conservation, employee well being, skills and education, corporate governance, research and development, as well as the ethical development and use of technology.  These are among the most complex issues of our day, and they cannot ...read more


Missing Types: An invitation to give blood

Written by Rebecca Curzon | June 11, 2019 | Disaster Resiliency

Fewer and fewer people are donating blood in the United States each year. Only 3 out of 100 people in the United States donate blood, yet every two seconds someone needs it. Summertime is tough as donations drop off. This is why – for the second consecutive year – IBM is joining the American Red ...read more


Call for Code Hackathon on May 4th

Written by Jamie Lawrence | April 29, 2019 | Corporate Responsibility, Disaster Resiliency, Environment

Join us on May 4th to build resiliency against wildfires in Fremont, CA. We invite all available developers, engineers, and designers, as well as representatives of organizations supporting disaster preparedness and relief to participate in our Call for Code Hackathon on May 4th in Fremont, CA. IBM has long built a culture of innovation and ...read more


Celebrating Volunteer Excellence and #goodtechIBM

Written by Guillermo Miranda | April 23, 2019 | IBM Volunteers

This week, five IBMers and ten IBM teams across 13 countries are being recognized with the 2018 Volunteer Excellence Awards. This award recognizes IBM employees and teams for what they do best – developing and applying IBM technologies to making the world better – in service of their local communities. This year’s winners hail from ...read more


Engineers Unite to Advance STEM Awareness

Written by Curt Guenther | February 13, 2019 | IBM Volunteers

If I had a philosophy about my career, it might be something like: “It’s not about ‘giving back.’ Instead, it’s about being part of a community, and contributing to it.” Like most of us from the variety of technology companies that call the former IBM Essex Junction site home, I don’t consider myself an outsider ...read more


IBM’s Next Generation Goals for Renewable Energy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Written by Wayne Balta | January 14, 2019 | Environment

IBM has a long history of taking action to reduce its environmental impacts and has delivered significant energy conservation results and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions for nearly three decades. Building upon the company’s early and sustained record in addressing climate change, we recently announced IBM’s fourth-generation GHG emissions reduction goal and a second-generation renewable ...read more


IBM Responds to California Fires

Written by Jamie Lawrence | November 15, 2018 | Disaster Resiliency

Editor’s Note: This article was published on November 15, 2018 and updated on November 17, 2018. Please consult the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection website or major news media outlets for the latest developments. At the time of this writing, the death toll from California’s deadliest wildfires stands at 71 – with more ...read more