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Control your data or drown trying

In my previous blog, I introduced IBM Cloud Paks. They are enterprise-ready, containerized, pre-integrated software solutions that give clients an open, faster and more secure way to build, move and manage core business applications on any cloud. In this one, we will dig deeper into one of the five paks, namely the IBM Cloud Pak […]

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Achieving Competitive Advantage in the Sports Industry

IBM is proud to be actively engaged in the sports industry empowering major events from Wimbledon, US Open (tennis) to US Masters (golf). Furthermore, we are currently helping the semi-professional English football club Leatherhead FC to raise their game with help from AI. But this is only a few examples combining sports and technology, among […]

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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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Red Hat and IBM introduces a groundbreaking hybrid cloud platform – Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud

As you’ve probably already heard, IBM has acquired Red Hat. But what are the prospects of the future? IBM and Red Hat are on a mission to rescale open source technology. Our goal is to help businesses accelerate innovation and growth by enabling you to deliver applications with the freedom, flexibility, speed and security required […]

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IBM Cloud Paks: Open, faster and more reliable cloud computing

Beyond containers and Kubernetes, enterprises need to orchestrate their production topology, as well as implement management, security and governance in their applications. IBM Cloud Paks are IBM-certified, enterprise-ready, containerized, preintegrated software solutions that give clients an open, faster and more secure way to build, move and manage core business applications on any cloud. IBM Cloud […]

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Self-Learning Data Catalogs – Data Catalogs’ Sequel

Self-Learning Data Catalogs – Data Catalogs’ Sequel This is a sequel to the future progression of data catalogs. How to enhance and automate data management and analyzing processes with Data Catalogs by supporting the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI)? In these development processes, what are the main issues? Introduction I ended my first blog post […]

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Multi-Cloud and Multi Confusions – The 4 C’s of the Cloud World

Multi-Cloud and Multi Confusions – The 4 C’s of the Cloud World Back in 2014 and coming from a deep ERP background where SAP controlled the underlying infrastructure I never ever got to ever see what was under the hood. I constantly confused a database to storage and never understood why a middleware like IBM […]

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Innovation Festival in Denmark

An Innovation Festival will take place in Dandy Business Park in Vejle, Denmark on Thursday the 29th of August 2019 The Danish innovation and sustainable solutions company Green Tech Center has opened up for registrations for their Innovation Festival, which takes place this coming August. As frontrunners of innovative solutions, IBM will participate in this […]

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