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Exciting new capabilities for deploying SAP HANA

Earlier this year, SAP and IBM announced that SAP Business Warehouse deployments on SAP HANA could be integrated with IBM Power Systems, achieving a level of flexibility, resiliency and performance that customers tell us is unique in the industry. Now, just a few months later, we have several new milestones to report. First, IBM Power […]

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Do you know where I’m spending my money next?

This video summarizes it all: Customers expect companies to know them personally – their tastes, habits, preferences, lifestyles, buying patterns, what they like and dislike, how old their kids are, if they have a pet, when it’s time to replace the car or their furniture, to renew the house insurance or their gym membership or […]

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Supercomputing in a waitless world

Are you satisfied with the speed, efficiency and innovation of your IT infrastructure? The pace of life has increased immensely in the digital age. In our personal and professional lives, we’re all striving to keep up and take advantage of the latest innovations that can help us engage and have impact (time-saving mobile apps, anyone?). […]

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Supercharging the hotel front desk in the cloud

Here at Go Moment, we help some of the best-known hotels in the US—including Hilton, Sheraton, Crowne Plaza and Best Western—keep their customers delighted at all times. Our flagship “Ivy” platform is a virtual personal assistant that engages guests by text message, asking them to rate their experience and offering help or promotions. Ivy parses […]

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Watson, cognitive computing and the insight economy

We build our tools and machines to do certain things better than we can. What started as clubs, knives and wheels eventually evolved into the Industrial Revolution and then into the Information Age. Our tools and machines have extended our capabilities exponentially, first taking on much of the brute force physical work and then much […]

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Oracle in a flash

Last week, about 60,000 attendees from 140 countries flocked to San Francisco to attend Oracle OpenWorld 2015. And it’s safe to say that most if not all attendees had a common goal: maximizing their IT investments, especially within their Oracle deployments. But that’s not always easy, given that database performance is a function of the […]

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Crafting cool technology, made with IBM

My favorite part of summer camp was never athletics (though I won a tennis award for most improved) and never drama (though they always found some part for me) and certainly never the overnight (though sleeping on the ground under the stars always sounds cool). My favorite part of camp was hands down arts and […]

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Revved Up RPG from the Power Systems Academic Initiative

Is your college teaching RPG? If not, consider making this enterprise computing language part of your curriculum with a brand new student level RPG course now available through the IBM Power Systems Academic Initiative (PSAI). Like all PSAI materials and resources, the new course titled “Programming in ILE RPG” is offered at no charge to […]

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Site Ox takes cloud services to new heights with IBM Power Systems

Here at Site Ox, we don’t really differentiate between different types of cloud. What is classed as “cloud” could be internal, in a remote data center, in a third-party data center or in SoftLayer—it’s all just cloud computing services to us. One size doesn’t fit all In today’s market, businesses aren’t looking for compute services. […]

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