The Plastic Bank

Thinking differently about Linux servers

Linux on z, Linux servers, LinuxONE solutions...

All the big breakthroughs in computing have happened because their inventors decided to think unconventionally. IBM’s Think conference brought together thousands of innovators to think differently about computing in an era of unprecedented change. Among the questions discussed: How can the world reduce the volume of plastic waste in the oceans? How can computing keep ...read more


How to catch a unicorn on your cloud

Blockchain, Energy & utilities, Industry...

Of course you love all of your clients, especially the profitable ones. But face it, not all of them are cash cows, growing exponentially and driving your revenues skyward. You could wish upon a star and hope one of your current clients suddenly catches fire, or maybe there’s a better way. Maybe you could stack ...read more


Breakthrough security for next-generation applications

Emperor, Linux on z, Linux systems...

Over 15 years ago, IBM committed to Linux and open source software on the mainframe in a way that stunned the industry. Today, our commitment to Linux has never been stronger, and we are focused on a clear mission: to provide to clients the most secure and the most advanced data-serving Linux platform in the ...read more


Open source software — changing the world

Blockchain, Cloud computing, Ecosystem & partners...

By 2020, digital transformation teams will source more than 80 percent of their solution components from open source communities. That’s according to IDC’s “Top 10 Tech Predictions For 2017.” Open source has never been more important to the IT industry. Key reasons include: Open collaboration brings together diverse skills to solve common problems. Open source ...read more


Plastic Bank deploys blockchain to reduce ocean plastic

Blockchain, Energy & utilities, Industry...

From time to time, we invite industry thought leaders to share their opinions and insights on current technology trends to the In The Making blog. The opinions in these blogs are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of IBM. The desire to change something and make the world a better place requires ...read more