IBM researchers have cooked up technology to move data across clouds confidentially. The announcement suggests Big Blue clearly has a lot of goals in mind for its cloud strategy.
HootSuite announced this morning that it is partnering with IBM to integrate with big blue’s Connections product suite, which IBM calls “a leading social software platform” which makes “everything social.”
One retailer got way more of its social content shared than others leading up to Black Friday. But on this fateful day, that retailer isn’t where people are actually shopping, according to some data.
Retailers are giving thanks today as not only were Thanksgiving sales up more than 10 percent yesterday but Black Friday sales are also up at least 7 percent today.
In between chowing down on turkey, slurping up cranberry sauce, and sucking down a cold beverage or two with friends and family, we’ve been busy shopping.
Tech companies can point the finger at end users for not getting quick returns on analytics software investments. But sometimes the vendors themselves are to blame for making complicated products.
Coursera uses data on clicks and response to emails to see how engagement with course content changes, co-founder Andrew Ng said at an IBM event today.
Guest Post Virtualization, perhaps more than any other technology, is powering tremendous growth in cloud-based services.
IBM just snapped up another company — its eighth in 18 months — to replace its poorly regarded mobile device management offering.
The stakes are huge in the ongoing battle to power the government cloud, with billions of dollars up for grabs for the best cloud providers. So we imagine IBM’s cloud team is pretty happy today.
Perhaps times are really tough at IBM. Twitter updated its pre-IPO S-1 documentation this morning, revealing that IBM is suing it over three patents.
These are the end days for IBM’s legacy cloud platform.
A high-profile legal battle over a $600 million spy agency contract has finally come to an end.
Big Blue has won a much-needed victory in the ongoing battle for the government’s cloud dollars, after its tussle with Amazon over a CIA contract fell flat in court.
Big data researcher can draw conclusions about our personalities based on our social media opinions.
The Accelerated Discovery Lab will help customers identify new ways to use Big Data.
Can big data predict heart disease before today’s doctors can? IBM thinks so.
Editor’s Pick While ZendCon buzzed about agility, DevOps, and APIs, we wanted to ask IBM about something a bit more accessible: the company’s legal dispute with the CIA and its ongoing feud with Amazon.
Editor’s Pick Michelle Zhou’s social analytics tool can figure out your deep personality profile based your public comments.
Editor’s Pick MongoDB has now raised more money for its Nosql technology than the two leading vendors of Hadoop combined. Here’s how:
Guest Post Can the principles of crowdfunding work within the walls of an established corporation such as IBM?
Application programming interfaces just keep popping up, and management tools are hot, too, opening the door to new questions coming out of the CloudBeat 2013 conference today.
Apple should watch out, however. Its brand value grew just one percent, compared to mobile rival Samsung’s massive 51 percent growth to number 30 in the global rankings at $21 billion.
Apple’s in the top 10 for the first time ever, Facebook hits the list, and Dell sells more than Google as Fortune Magazine released its Fortune 500 companies today, ranking the top 500 companies by global income.
Swap chairs for a moment.
Cutting emergency response times in Rio de Janeiro by 30 percent? Reducing pollution in San Francisco’s Bay Area? Eliminating traffic congestion in Lyon, France?
Microsoft formally announced the acquisition of enterprise social networks provider Yammer for $1.2 billion yesterday.