cognitive era

Power Systems: the open innovation platform

CEOs know that business technology is in a state of perpetual motion, and trendsetting innovation is often a collaborative effort that will engage multiple business partners. Achieving digital transformation success in today’s hypercompetitive environment also requires an open ecosystem — one that includes flexible capabilities that adapt to specific IT needs. CIOs and CTOs crave […]

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IBM PowerAI and Watson team up at O’Reilly AI Conference

Deep learning and artificial intelligence are two terms that have become ubiquitous in the technology market, as enterprises, research centers, academic institutions and individual developers have quickly realized that the cognitive era is upon us. These technologies represent the solid possibility of unlocking greater insights from data by augmenting human capabilities with some of the […]

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Cognitive computing to the rescue

You’ve rolled out the first stages of your IoT deployment, and you’re collecting data like never before. Surely you’re on the cusp of a new era of generating bold new insights for your organization! But you have no idea how to glean these bold new insights. You’re straining the compute, memory and storage resources that […]

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An IBM & Nutanix initiative: Are you ready for a cloud that scales with your enterprise?

There is no denying that the world is going digital.  At IBM we have been helping organizations to modernize their IT infrastructure and data management, tapping into advanced analytics and real-time insights for competitive advantage. If your organization is one of many currently undergoing digital transformation, and you are investigating how your business can benefit […]

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Automated data dynamics in hybrid clouds at InterConnect 2017

IBM is devoting an entire track and two keynotes at IBM InterConnect 2017—March 19–23, 2017, in Las Vegas, Nevada—tailored specifically to storage technology and the intelligence behind hybrid cloud infrastructure. Why are hybrid clouds becoming so desirable for organizations that need agile, flexible and reliable infrastructure for demanding, data-intensive workloads? The answer is the rapid […]

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Reinventing IT infrastructure in the cognitive and cloud era

IBM invests heavily in innovation for IT infrastructure as part of its overall innovation agenda. Why? Because we know that traditional IT infrastructure and systems won’t be enough to drive businesses forward — our business or yours. As I discussed in a previous In the Making blog post, the role of IT leaders is changing. Roles […]

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Leading the way to digital transformation

In less than a decade, the proliferation of digital technologies ― social, mobile and cloud computing ― has revolutionized relationships between clients and business, and produced new ways of delivering and consuming information. Interactions between brands and consumers are now constant, instantaneous and multidimensional. These changes provide vast opportunities for companies able to move quickly […]

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IBM Innovation Center for Education: Building IT skills for the future

Have you heard about the IBM Innovation Center for Education? The Innovation Center for Education is a collaborative project between IBM and numerous universities and engineering colleges around the world that’s designed to offer industry-aligned skills training for students. According to a recent executive report from the IBM Institute for Business Value, 60 percent of […]

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Banks compete in the cognitive era — with the right IT infrastructure

Whether rolling out the first automated teller machine (ATM) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) or introducing the country’s first Visa card, Mashreq Bank has long been at the forefront of technology innovation. So it is no surprise that today we’re exploring technologies ranging from hybrid cloud to cognitive computing. Financial institutions everywhere are increasingly […]

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