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International Business Machines Corporation (commonly referred to as IBM) is an American multinational technology and consulting corporation, with corporate headquarters in Armonk, New York. IBM manufactures and markets computer hardware, middleware and software, and offers infrastructure, hosting and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology. - Wikipedia

"If a self-driving car isn’t safe, we have the authority to pull it off the road. We won’t hesitate to protect the American public’s safety. We have to get it right.”This is what U.S. President Barack Obama wrote...
TPV, the maker of Philips-branded television sets, has partnered with IBM Cloud to help create and deliver smart TV apps and services such as instant playback and video-on-demand directly to the devices.In an attempt to stand out of the crowd,...
On May 24, IBM announced that it is collaborating with Twilio to offer two key services on the latter’s marketplace that was launched earlier this year. According to IBM’s press release, the two services that will be offered -...
The Cloud Wars Have Begun. Who Will Emerge Victorious?Ever since the advent of the Cloud concept, a slew of technology majors have been clawing their way upward, hoping to dominate what could soon be the most omnipresent component in...
In a recent article titled Why Toppling AWS from the Top of Cloud Computing is Not an Easy Task, we outlined why Amazon’s strength in cloud will allow AWS to maintain its IaaS market leadership for a long time yet.A...
Over the past several articles in this Cloud Industry Review 2016 series, we’ve seen the business side of the cloud industry. We covered all the top cloud service providers (CSPs), their strengths, how big their cloud businesses are, what...
IBM announced today that the company will be partnering with Slack to allow developers to build bots and other conversational interfaces. Both companies are working towards creating an updated ‘Slackbot’ that will be powered by Watson, as well as...
About 8 months ago, when I spoke to IBM’s Cloud CTO Dr. Jim Comfort about IBM’s cloud initiatives, one of the things that struck me was the emphasis he placed on IBM’s strategy in the hybrid cloud space. His...
Cloud deployment models can be segregated into three types: Public Cloud, Private Cloud/On-Premise Infrastructure and Hybrid Cloud.Ten years ago, companies around the world typically built and managed their own IT infrastructures. Since it was run by the companies themselves,...
In this cloud industry review series, I've been talking about the biggest players in cloud, the edge they have over the competition, the pace at which they've been growing and where they are as at the end of 2016...
There’s a first time for everything, and on October 1, 2012, one of the most “formal” companies in Corporate America got its first ever woman Chairwoman, President and Chief Executive Officer. IBM was officially put under the care of...
IBM yesterday announced the launch of “Project DataWorks”, part of its Watson initiative that aims to exploit artificial intelligence to help businesses and data professionals in the decision-making process.Technology has made is easier to collect, organize and store data...
Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Data Group, Joseph Sirosh, wrote on the company’s official Azure blog about how the company is moving from “A PC on every desktop” to “deep learning in every software”.Though the statement might...
In a definitive “world’s first” achievement, Maryland-based electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Local Motors teams up with IBM Watson Internet of Things to offer a first of its kind experience to residents of National Harbor, MD.Dubbed Olli, the vehicle is...
Data centers are the backbone of a cloud service provider. The bigger and stronger the network, the faster and more scalable the service will become. That’s the reason why all the major cloud service providers are building data centers...