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Why Santa might pick IBM Blockchain to deliver gifts this Christmas

Creating a digital leader to log physical goods and financial transactions with Blockchain technology has become a big advantage for organizations that are tracking financial information, real estate and precious goods. But what if Santa used Blockchain?  After all, it is that time of year. Santa’s making a list. He’s checking it twice. We all […]

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Announcing MongoDB Enterprise Advanced on IBM LinuxONE

For users running large enterprise databases, performance and scaleability are top concerns.  Every IT Department and CTO wants to ensure that they can process and run transactions quickly.  That’s why MongoDB and LinuxONE™ are a great combination.  Open databases like MongoDB on LinuxONE have twice the throughput of competitive platforms. In fact LinuxONE can scale […]

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Blockchain startup Everledger unveils technology to digitally certify Kimberley Process export diamonds

Blockchain startup Everledger  has unveiled technology to digitally certify Kimberley Process export diamonds today at IBM Edge. On stage at IBM Edge, Leanne Kemp, the CEO and Founder of London-based blockchain startup Everledger, unveiled the company’s newly constructed platform to digitally certify diamonds traced through the Kimberley Process certification process.   Built on IBM’s high-security […]

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Bodhi Healthcare Group Brings Cloud-Based Healthcare Solution to Chinese Hospital on LinuxONE

Bodhi Healthcare Group turned to IBM to develop a new cloud-based healthcare platform built on the IBM LinuxONE system to support the new technology branch of Qingdao Municipal Hospital Group. By leveraging the security, scale and reliability of LinuxONE, the Bodhi Healthcare Cloud Platform offers an integrated solution in the cloud to promote information exchange […]

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Celebrating 25 years: The Linux Revolution Has Just Begun

In a tech industry filled with bold predictions and hyped products, Linux is a rare case of something that has under-promised and over-delivered. From its humble beginnings described as a “hobby” by creator Linus Torvalds, Linux has led an open-source movement with far-reaching effects. A sizable group is gathering this week in Toronto for LinuxCon […]

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A Solid Foundation Needed for Blockchain Technology to Reach New Heights

The towering skyscrapers of New York City leave visitors staring upward in amazement, but it’s what lies beneath their feet that’s created the perfect environment for one of the world’s most recognizable skylines. A thick bedrock, unusually close to the surface, provides a foundation for architects to build structures that climb a thousand feet or […]

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2016’s Top IT Trends & Strategies to Address Them

IT Trends:  Strategies for Operational Efficiencies in the Era of Open Source – Part 2 of our interview with Mike Woster CRO, Linux Foundation Operational approaches every senior IT leader needs to know Senior IT leaders are facing the perfect storm of challenges as they need to innovate at a pace never before seen in […]

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Linux, Open Source & Business Efficiency

IT Trends:  Strategies for Operational Efficiencies in the Era of Open Source – An interview with Mike Woster CRO, Linux Foundation Trying to maximize business efficiencies while staying within a budget is something that keeps CTOs and CIOs up at night.   How to do senior IT leaders manage for change with a flexible infrastructure, especially […]

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Enabling Ubuntu 16.04 for IBM LinuxONE: A view from the IBM test team

When IBM announced the new IBM LinuxONE systems in August 2015, IBM and Canonical also announced plans to create an Ubuntu distribution for LinuxONE. While IBM had already a strong partnership with Red Hat and SUSE, delivering the enterprise Linux versions RHEL and SLES for LinuxONE, the collaboration with Canonical was announced to enlarge the […]

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