How BPM is providing healthcare as unique as your DNA

There are over 7.2 billion people on this earth, and every single one of us is unique. Yet, since the beginning of modern medicine, medical practices and standards have been based on a one-size-fits-all system. In reality, our different genetic makeups often result in very different reactions to the same medical treatments. These differing reactions […]

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Creating a fast-track for the hybrid cloud

When organizations talk about the cloud, they often list agility as a key attribute. They want to make it possible to quickly develop and deploy new applications. A cloud architecture, though, can only be agile when the different parts of the IT network work together. Just last month, IBM Systems unveiled new solutions for creating […]

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What’s next for companies engaging in BPM?

Companies have been forced to find alternative approaches to lower costs, following the recession that has taken a toll on their bottom lines. Offshoring, rightsizing, performing cost control, and leveraging new technology have been all the rage over the last 5 years. The business process management (BPM) market has benefitted from this, as the drive […]

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Best fit deployment using open standards

Recently, I have been spending quite some time with “non z” clients—line of business folks, non-z application developers, distributed IT teams—discussing the role of z in their cloud strategy. These are interesting discussions, ranging from “I didn’t know the mainframe has anything to do with cloud,” to “When are you guys going to have a […]

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New applications leverage existing assets on IBM z Systems, creating new business value

One of the forces driving cloud adoption is innovation. Innovation is about adding new business function, with a focus on speed. New Systems of Engagement are rapidly built to address new business needs, and to capture new market opportunities. IBM Bluemix provides a digital innovation platform that lets developers rapidly compose new applications by connecting […]

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Introducing the all new Power Systems LC Line of servers

In a world awash in data, the way that companies engage with their customers has forever changed. Where companies used to rely on telephone customer service centers and antique suggestion boxes, they are now inundated with data of all kinds, from multiple sources and devices, requiring different responses. How companies ingest, mine, manage and leverage […]

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Hey you, get on my cloud!

IBM Platform LSF is a complete workload management family of products for high-performance computing. It provides a comprehensive set of intelligent, policy-driven scheduling features that enable you to utilize all of your compute infrastructure resources and ensure optimal application performance.

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Top Reasons to choose the IBM Workload Scheduler on Cloud Offering

For the last four years, I’ve been one of the lead developers of the IBM Workload Automation on-premises offering, and in the last year I switched to the development of our on Cloud offering for Workload Automation. Before diving into the development of the on Cloud offering for IBM Workload Automation, I read a lot […]

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How do you build a system of insight?

Three months ago, IBM announced a major investment in Apache Spark, committing thousands of researchers to the future development of what has been called the most important open source project in a decade being defined by data. Spark builds on the recent advances in big data acquisition, placement and computation to accelerate large scale data processing, […]

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