Las Vegas

Explore IT infrastructure for digital transformation at Think 2018

AI, Big data & analytics, Blockchain...

Cloud, analytics, blockchain and digital transformation initiatives are generating significant new opportunities for – and demands on – IT infrastructure. IT leaders need to deliver greater performance and scalability than ever to meet these digital-age demands while also providing the security required to protect against internal and external threats. Meeting these demands requires agile and ...read more


Netcool’s network health dashboard at Cisco Live!

If you plan on attending Cisco Live Las Vegas next week, please drop by IBM Booth #1536 to learn about the latest Netcool innovations in the area of cognitive operations and analytics, including the opportunity to see a demo of our analytics capability. I will also be giving a talk at IBM Booth #1536 titled ...read more


Cognitive computing in retail: Myth or reality?

There is no doubt that banking, financial services and telecommunications companies are the leading adopters of information technology (IT). They score high on the IT adoption maturity curve. Healthcare, retail and others are also moving fast to catch up with newer technologies such as cognitive to improve customer experience and business processes. Retail companies are ...read more


Top three things you need on your InterConnect agenda

OpenPOWER, Power servers, Power Systems

The New Year kicked off with a frenzy of activity, and with February already here, you may be wondering if you really want to spend a week in Las Vegas at IBM InterConnect 2016. Here are three reasons I’m excited to attend: Unbeatable networking InterConnect is the best bang for your buck when it comes ...read more


Can you really learn in Las Vegas?

Power servers, Real-time analytics, Storage

Can you guess the number one reason why people attend conferences? If you supposed it was for the entertainment, you are…wrong. It’s education. People fly to places like San Diego, Phoenix, Las Vegas and Orlando because they want to learn. Conference attendees are looking for new information that adds value and makes their time spent ...read more


Watson, cognitive computing and the insight economy

Power Systems

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 ...read more