innovation

Why everyone should prioritize gender equality in leadership

Few organizations make gender equality in leadership a formal business priority, but those that do outperform. Despite abundant evidence that gender equality in leadership is good for business, an overwhelming majority of organizations say advancing women into leadership roles is not a formal business priority.

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IBM Supercomputer Summit Attacks Coronavirus…

The US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has deployed the world’s most powerful and smartest supercomputer built by IBM. The name of the machine is: Summit. It fights against COVID-19. Summit provides scientists with unbelievable computing power, targeting challenges in energy, AI, Human health and more. Summit is a perfect fit for the […]

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Seminar: Fuel your IT with the best-kept secret in IBM

On the 28th of January Computerworld and IBM are hosting the digital seminar “Fuel your IT with the best-kept secret in IBM”, giving you insights to drive your digital transformation journey forward. It takes massive computing power to accurately calculate weather forecasts – and to secure that people and businesses are able to access detailed […]

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Think exponentially in your sustainability journey

If Denmark is to achieve its goal for 2030 of a 70 percent reduction in CO2 emissions, good intentions and small adjustments in business are not enough. Sustainability must be considered in all layers, and both business models, products and processes must be rethought based on environmental, ethical and circular parameters. The new technologies should […]

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Introducing IBM Cloud Code Engine

In this blog, I will introduce you to IBM Cloud Code Engine that is now available as a beta version. IBM Cloud Code Engine is a fully managed, serverless platform that runs your containerized workloads. These workloads can include everything from web apps, microservices, event-driven functions, or batch jobs. In the video below, Sai Vennam […]

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How to Convert Good Intentions to Real Sustainability – Adopt YGWYM!

There’s an old expression that says “You Get What You Measure” (YGWYM).  This may be a little clichéd, but it generally holds true within organizations and processes. It’s our nature as humans to shoot for the objectives that have been set, and it is human nature to pay particular attention to the actionable metrics which are […]

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IDC and IBM discussed the future of application modernization on SAP

On 28th September 2020, Allan Coulter (IBM’s Global CTO for SAP Services) and John O’Brien (IDC’s European Intelligent Application Services Research Director) shared a fireside chat on the future of application modernization on SAP. Below, John has outlined his thoughts on the topic and the discussion from the webinar: It’s a fascinating and highly relevant […]

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3 reasons for IBM being a leader in IaaS in 2020

IBM has been named a leader in the IaaS Value Matrix 2020 by Nucleus Research, but the question is why? In 2020, IBM was put in the leader section when assessing the various infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) vendors. It has been placed alongside Microsoft Azure and AWS. The judgement has been based on functionality and usability parameters. […]

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Event: The Next Generation of Civil Infrastructure Management

On December 8th, 14:00-15:15, Bjarne Jørgensen from Sund & Bælt Holding A/S and I will present at the digital event “The Next Generation of Civil Infrastructure Management – The Story of Sund and Baelt“. You will learn how Sund & Bælt has implemented IBM Maximo for Civil Infrastructure to optimize their asset management, maintenance and inspections to […]

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