IBM LinuxONE

Update Your skills at IBM Tech University 2019

AI, Deep learning, DevOps...

Given the breadth and pace of business technology innovation, some IT teams are already experiencing a skills shortage, putting further pressure on their organizations. Why is this issue top-of-mind for CIOs and CTOs? Harnessing the most current IT skills are a strategic priority. Plus, there have been numerous reports of a growing IT skills gap ...read more


The Best of IBM Z and LinuxONE in the public and private cloud

Cloud servers, Data security, Hybrid cloud...

In our hybrid cloud world, IT leaders view choice and control as strategic assets when it comes to their infrastructure. But when deploying hybrid cloud strategies one of the biggest challenges for enterprise cloud adoption is security, often slowing down the digital transformation process. Concerns ranging from trust to data protection and compliance are top ...read more


Don’t miss a thing during IBM Think 2019

Linux systems, Mainframes, Power Systems...

For the very first time, IBM Think is headed to the Golden City – San Francisco, California. Think is a conference designed to bring attendees together to sharpen skills, grow professional networks, engage with industry experts and have some fun! You’ll find IBM Systems at the Cloud & Infrastructure campus. There, attendees will have an ...read more


Explore the IBM infrastructure portfolio at Think 2019

Banking & finance, Cognitive computing, Energy & utilities...

Whether you’re looking to explore cutting-edge technologies, connect with experts or add technical credentials to your resume, plan on experiencing many exciting offerings at Think 2019. This flagship technology conference—February 12 – 15, 2019, in San Francisco—features a Cloud and Infrastructure Campus hosting over 200 sessions, interactive demos and hands-on labs that span the full ...read more


The evolution of the IBM Blockchain Platform: Choice and control on IBM Z and LinuxONE

Blockchain, Cloud computing, Government...

We’re living in a multicloud world. Today, 85 percent of businesses rely on multiple clouds to meet their IT needs, with 71 percent using more than three[1]. What this means in practice for enterprise clients is that they have multiple architectures in place. This may be fine for “tried and true” workloads–like credit card processing ...read more


Security considerations for critical environments

Data security, Linux systems, LinuxONE solutions...

In today’s digital world, data is the primary asset for most organizations. Access to data and changes of the data need to be restricted to authorized persons, devices or processes. IT devices need to be protected from the execution of non-authorized code as well as from denial of service attacks. The cost of data breaches ...read more


Address your data security challenges with pervasive encryption

Data security, Encryption, Linux systems...

As an IT manager, you likely face several critical challenges related to your enterprise data: Internal and external data breach threats necessitate protecting all potentially sensitive data. Yet identifying and classifying this data can be a challenge. Encrypting data at the field level often requires significant costs, resources and application changes – yet still leaves ...read more


A sneak peek of the Think 2019 Infrastructure campus

AI, Big data & analytics, Cloud computing...

“It can be hard to keep up with all of the technology shifts and changes these days. IBM Think helps me because it addresses all of them including AI, cloud, analytics, infrastructure, security, and even nascent trends like quantum computing!” – Craig S. Mullins, President & Principal Consultant, Mullins Consulting Inc. Think 2019 is fast ...read more


Is your smartphone data safer than your enterprise data?

Data security, Encryption, Linux systems...

More than eighty percent of smartphone data is encrypted, according to an IBM-sponsored Solitaire Interglobal Ltd. report upon which this blog post is based.[i] You might expect a similarly high percentage of enterprise data to be encrypted as well, especially considering that encrypted data is rarely successfully attacked.[ii] Yet most organizations today are encrypting only ...read more