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The Apprenticeship Week Series: Learning Cybersecurity as Apprentices

Cybersecurity is one of the most critical issues in the tech world today and it is important that our employees develop the right skills and expertise that will continuously advance their capability to protect our systems and transform the industry. We spoke with William Hood, Isaac Ritter, and Brandon Wolfe about their experiences learning Cybersecurity […]

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IBM Celebrates US Apprenticeship Week

By Kelli  Jordan IBM joins in the celebration of National Apprenticeship week in the US this November 12-18. This week also marks the first anniversary of the IBM Apprenticeship Program! In the last year, IBM’s Apprenticeship Program has welcomed more than 170 apprentices coast-to-coast, creating new pathways to employment for candidates without an advanced degree. […]

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IBM Promotes STEM at Haskell Indian Nations University

IBM’s Client Innovation Center (CIC) in Columbia, Missouri is partnering with Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) in Lawrence, Kansas to help give HINU students exposure to IT Careers. Jace Noteboom, a member of IBM’s Native American Diversity Council, worked with Lucy LePage from IBM Columbia to help further the partnership by bringing multiple teams together to […]

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IBM Learning wins Brandon Hall Group’s Gold Excellence Award!

IBM Learning bags the 2018 Gold Excellence Award for Best Unique and Innovative Learning and Development Program for IBM Cloud and Cognitive Patterns. Brandon Hall Group’s annual Human Capital Management Excellence Awards recognize organizations that have successfully deployed human capital management programs, strategies, processes, systems, and tools that have achieved measurable results for the company. […]

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IBM Partners with edX.org to launch Professional Certificate

IBM has partnered with edX.org, the leading online learning destination founded by Harvard and MIT, for the delivery of several Professional Certificate programs. Professional Certificate programs are a series of in-demand courses designed to build or advance critical skills for a specific career. “We are honored to welcome IBM as an edX partner,” said Anant […]

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IBM Canada Receives the National Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards by TalentEgg Canada

IBM Canada was awarded the National Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards and “Best Recruiting Program of the Year” by TalentEgg Canada and Bridget King, Campus Recruitment Lead for IBM Canada, shares her experience. By Bridget T King     And the award goes to… IBM!! Wait, I’m getting ahead of myself here! This past June, our […]

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Looking for the Elephant in the Room

IBM Fellow Hillery Hunter compares her team’s work to the Indian parable of blind men investigating an elephant: Each blind man feels a different part of the elephant body … [but] their descriptions are in complete disagreement on what an elephant is. Hillery, Director of Accelerated Cognitive Infrastructure in IBM Research, believes that “Despite initial […]

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This IBM Scientist Wants You To Take The Bus

Emmanuel Delamarche thinks public transportation is going to save the planet. And not only because it’s the environmentally responsible way to travel. But let’s back this story up a bit: Emmanuel, manager of precision diagnostics in IBM Research – Zurich, was disturbed by the global rise in counterfeit diagnostic tests that had started flooding the […]

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IBMer Spotlight: Brandi Swope

We grab a coffee with IBMers from around the world, and share our chat in this weekly spotlight series. This week you can meet Brandi, from IBM US. In the morning, I like my coffee… I drink black coffee, except on Fridays. Even if it was a rough week, I get a coconut milk latte […]

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How My Experience Validated My Choice To Work For IBM – It’s The Culture!

What makes people build long careers at IBM? Culture of inclusion and career diversity? Arabella Arcuragi, a Digital Strategy consultant based in London, gives us insight into her diverse career within consulting, and shares some career advice for people interested in building a career at IBM. With Arabella Arcuragi Arabella started her career at IBM […]

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10 Good Reasons to Design for Teams

By Kirsten Brunner McDonald At IBM, we have made great strides in our mainframe offerings by considering and building empathy for users. The user-centric approach has provided innovation, creativity, and ultimately better experiences. As IT experiences are becoming increasingly complex, so is the world around us. The new generation of customer expects individualization, responsiveness, integration […]

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