Linux systems

What does GDPR mean for blockchain technologies?

Blockchain, IBM Systems Lab Services, Linux systems...

By now, almost everyone has heard about General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into effect in the EU on May 25, 2018. As a result of GDPR, not only were EU organizations affected, but so were many international companies who have dealings with EU data subjects. Violation of these rules could potentially result in ...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


Storage for blockchain and modern distributed database processing

Blockchain, Cloud computing, Cloud object storage...

IBM Blockchain is transforming enterprise capabilities across industries, fostering new insights and decisions: from trust and transparency in our food using IBM Food Trust™, to digitization and transparency of trade using TradeLens, to transforming digital identity into trusted identity using Identity, to redefining access to money for people and businesses everywhere using World Wire. The ...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


Tackle top business challenges with IBM Z at Think 2019

AI, Blockchain, Cloud computing...

Organizations that use IBM Z say they can rely on the platform with their most mission-critical workloads. That is why many of the world’s top financial institutions, including banks, insurance companies, airlines, government agencies and healthcare organizations run their business on IBM Z. But can IBM Z help tackle today’s top-of-mind business challenges, such as ...read more


Explore the IBM infrastructure portfolio at Think 2019

High-performance computing, Linux systems, LinuxONE solutions...

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


Explore the future of enterprise Linux systems at Think 2019

Blockchain, Cloud computing, Data centers...

Many organizations rely on Linux-based systems to support critical enterprise applications. Yet as their businesses grow, these organizations are increasingly looking for alternatives to commodity x86 servers. They need better ways to meet enterprise-grade security, reliability and scalability requirements while controlling costs and complexity. IBM LinuxONE enterprise systems offer an answer. From banks to cloud ...read more


Is your scientific software complemented by the best hardware?

Deep learning, High-performance computing, IBM Systems Lab Services...

Did you know you could realize huge performance gains for your scientific applications by taking advantage of the unique capabilities of the IBM Power Systems platform? Are you apprehensive about making the leap to another architecture? Let’s look at the current state of the software ecosystem around IBM POWER, the resources available and how IBM ...read more


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

Blockchain, Cloud computing, Linux systems...

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