This post is dedicated to those of you who remember the American trilogy of science fiction films from 1985, 1989 and 1990 starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd.
Last week we celebrated “Back to the Future” day, October 21, 2015, which was the day that the Back to the Future films tried to predict in 1985 by having Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) time travel 30 years into the future. Although we still don’t have flying cars, and not everything turned out as the film predicted, we do have some innovative technologies that you can implement in order to predict the future of your business.
What if you had a “time machine” that you could activate in order to help you sift through big data clues to find meaning and mitigate risk by observing each data point, putting it into context and analyzing it in real time to dynamically shift your course of action?
From time to time, we invite industry thought leaders to share their opinions and insights on current technology trends to the IBM Systems IT Infrastructure blog. The opinions in these posts are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of IBM. Despite the challenges associated with breaches and growing hacker threats I discussed ...read more
Now that 2019 has ended, we anticipate incredible storage advancements to come in 2020. Storage is the essential foundation for all your application, workloads, and data sets. If your storage is not reliable, resilient, performant, and flexible, the value of your most critical business asset–your data–decreases dramatically. Read on to see what is coming your ...read more
Data security and privacy have become essential priorities for any business wanting to thrive in the marketplace. IBM z15 offers encryption everywhere and cloud-native development to address today's data protection needs. ...read more