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How is IBM keeping up with the global IT trends?

How is IBM keeping up with the global IT trends? In my previous article, Iceland’s favorable location, climate and overall conditions for data centers were addressed. This article will center around the International Data Corporation’s annual FutureScape report that predicts the top 10 trends within the IT industrywide technology adaptation for the next five years. […]

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Corporate Service Corps: IBM’ers, cheetahs and digital skills

On the 6th of June, I boarded a Finnair plane towards Johannesburg, South Africa. I was going to spend a month in Pretoria participating in an IBM pro bono program called Corporate Service Corps. The program, which has been running for more than 10 years, simultaneously delivers excellence in leadership development and impact for communities […]

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The promise of quantum computers

The future of computing will be different. While current classical computers use transistors and logical circuits, IBM predicts that different kinds of technologies will be used in the future to optimize and solve problems we currently have only limited capabilities to resolve in due time. While today’s computers excel in classic logical problems, mankind has […]

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Uniting industry, technology and human potential

Apply human determination and technological innovation to make a difference in the global community. In this 4th issue of Industrious, you will find an entire year’s worth of industry stories centered around the convergence of technology and human potential. Learn how inclusion and responsibility can transform the way we work and live and how inclusion […]

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Why do we need to talk about ethics and bias in AI?

I wonder if it is a form of guilt that has started to hit the tech industry. Everywhere you start talking about ethics, and terms like surveillance capitalism and economics start to creep into the language. Overall, we – or at least large parts of the industry – have a feeling that something may have […]

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What Angela Merkel and IBM’s CEO have in common…

You may be thinking both are power women, they both have positions at the absolute top within large international institutions or that they share a common interest for cats. While that might be the case, those things are not what is of interest in this case. Instead, the German government’s backing for Quantum Computing research […]

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CSR that REALLY makes a difference

CSR that REALLY makes a difference IBM has a tradition of philanthropy and cause-based community work. But a new variety of more direct engagement with the humanitarian world has taken root in the form of its three-year-old IBM Research Science for Social Good initiative, which partners IBM Research scientists and engineers with academic fellows, subject […]

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VIDEO: A dig deeper into Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

Back in June, I published the blog “Virtual Private Cloud Is Here” where I explained some basic information about this new generation of IBM Cloud and the capabilities attached to it. To summarize, a Virtual Private Cloud is a public cloud capability that provides you the ability to define and control isolated virtual networks, and […]

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Think Summits 2019 – Let’s Put Smart to Work

IBM will host four Think Summits in the Nordic countries in October and November Think Summits are the annual IBM flagship events where IBM clients and partners join us to explore the insights, ideas, and innovations that are shaping the way the world works by building smarter businesses and make the world we live in […]

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