SUSE offers elastic pricing for Enterprise Linux on LinuxONE

The push for customized offerings is found everywhere in the business world, especially in the IT systems that underpin organizations. Companies want to choose the resources that best meet their needs, and they want to make the most of their IT spending on those resources. When we launched IBM LinuxONE in August, providing companies a […]

Continue reading

Live or let die: Why mainframe shops need to step up their game

Digital transformation is here—Cloud, Analytics, Mobile, Security and Social, also referred to as CAMSS. But what does it mean to us mainframe shops? Is it an opportunity to save the day, or a path to become marginalized? That is 100% up to you and here is why. The good news: CAMSS puts new requirements on […]

Continue reading

Tweets by IBM Systems

Trust is the new currency in the digital economy

Learn how digital trust can help you outperform your competition by 300%

IBM Z mainframes

The foundation of trusted digital experiences

Join us at Think 2019, where the issues of tomorrow meet the greatest IT minds of today.

Password security: the value of longer passwords

One of the most significant challenges in security is getting people to actually care about security. It’s no secret that while we in the security community like to talk about risk, vulnerabilities, countermeasures, and the like, we sometimes lose track of the fact that the users of our carefully crafted information systems have been, are, […]

Continue reading

When hybrid cloud is your one cloud

How do you ensure you can provide services in a managed, controlled fashion and still yet be able to support the demands of your customers? There seems to be a conflict of interest: lines of business and app developers are looking for ease of consumption; Central IT needs to ensure ease of management. A few […]

Continue reading

Creating a fast-track for the hybrid cloud

When organizations talk about the cloud, they often list agility as a key attribute. They want to make it possible to quickly develop and deploy new applications. A cloud architecture, though, can only be agile when the different parts of the IT network work together. Just last month, IBM Systems unveiled new solutions for creating […]

Continue reading

Best fit deployment using open standards

Recently, I have been spending quite some time with “non z” clients—line of business folks, non-z application developers, distributed IT teams—discussing the role of z in their cloud strategy. These are interesting discussions, ranging from “I didn’t know the mainframe has anything to do with cloud,” to “When are you guys going to have a […]

Continue reading

New applications leverage existing assets on IBM z Systems, creating new business value

One of the forces driving cloud adoption is innovation. Innovation is about adding new business function, with a focus on speed. New Systems of Engagement are rapidly built to address new business needs, and to capture new market opportunities. IBM Bluemix provides a digital innovation platform that lets developers rapidly compose new applications by connecting […]

Continue reading

Open source innovations with IBM at LinuxCon NA 2015

LinuxCon North America continues the Linux drumbeat August 17-19 at the Sheraton in Seattle, and once again IBM will have a strong presence. IBM will be talking about innovations in open technologies that are expanding beyond infrastructure software up and down the stack, into open hardware, open networking and open cloud computing. This includes a major […]

Continue reading

Data, analytics and fuel for the insight economy

Today’s our last day at the TDWI Analytics Experience in Boston. We’ve been busy talking up our new partnerships and expanded analytics vision for the z Systems ecosystem, and the feedback has been really positive. If you missed the news, please read this overview from Ross Mauri, General Manager of IBM z Systems. Yesterday I […]

Continue reading