By Agoston Hortobagyi on December 20, 2016

Archiving in the Cloud

Fifty thousand tons. That is the yearly the volume of paper documents generated by Hungarian companies, for which they spend approximately 80-100 billion forints (2 600 000 EUR) on printing costs. Preparing and storing certified documents is extremely costly, not only to a company’s bottom line, but to the environment. Fortunately, the technological means to reduce both […]

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By IBM SEE Think Blog on December 13, 2016

Turning the digital journey into a cognitive business across South East Europe

On Friday I had an interesting video conversation with the Editor in Chief of the business wire SeeNews about IBM’s transformation, the need for data-driven decisions, blockchain and how we in IBM help our clients turn their digital journey into a cognitive business across South East Europe.  Key points: Over the past 80 years since […]

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By Zeljka Kovacec on December 6, 2016

Connecting for Success

Are you the one who cannot live without social media – post here or twit there, like this, dislike that, share your opinion, link, start conversation… Or maybe you can’t stand it. Or you are just observing what is going on. No matter where you recognize yourself, social media is part of our lives today. […]

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By Dan Tonescu on November 24, 2016

I am thrilled with my new help in cooking! It is called IBM Chef Watson.

Hello everybody! Allow me to introduce my new help in cooking! It is called Chef Watson and is a cognitive cooking application from IBM. I am extremely delighted with IBM Watson and I have to tell you some things about what does it mean. Fifteen years ago I wouldn’t have thought that one day I […]

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By Gaia Montelatici on November 8, 2016

It was love at first sight: IBM CSC experts meet IHB entrepreneurs

Good news trigger a chain reaction that powers virtuous circles! It is logical sequencing, energy, positive reinforcement, good planning – a little of everything. This is why it was all so exciting from the very beginning when we learned that we were selected to participate in the IBM Corporate Service Corps program! All along, we […]

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By IBM SEE Think Blog on September 16, 2016

Bulgaria’s UniHospital Puts Technology at the Heart of Patient Care with IBM

Watch key highlights from the first YouTube SEE industry talk held on September 15, 2016 – through the press release below and at the end of the post. Sofia, BULGARIA, September 15, 2016 – IBM today announced that the new Bulgarian multi-specialty UniHospital, opened in June, is innovating in patient care via a private cloud […]

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By Florin Manaila on September 1, 2016

Organizational Challenges in Hybrid Cloud Adoption

An Infrastructure Perspective Five years ago, when companies were building their IT infrastructure, nobody was asking about API availability within components such as servers, hypervisors, storage, network, etc. Nowadays, wherever I go, every discussion about IT infrastructure is focused on the following questions: How can an IT infrastructure component be integrated into the data center […]

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By Ana Veir on July 14, 2016

Moving towards cognitive regional cities

Cities and their leaders will soon be able to understand and process all new information provided by citizens, for free. This way they will know what someone needs, as well as where and when. City processes will be dynamically optimized according to citizens’ needs. Leveraging the Internet of Things, a myriad of devices will communicate […]

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By Matjaz Cotic on June 26, 2016

When #ChefWatson enters the kitchen

Over the past 26 years of my professional career as a chef, I experienced many incredible things. Apart from cooking in Slovenia, my path and curiosity often led me across the world. I am convinced that cooks need to keep up-to-date with all innovations, which may come from a very unexpected areas. If you are […]

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