Pearson VUE admitted Saturday to a data breach of its credential management system that big tech names such as Cisco, Oracle and IBM use.
IBM unveiled Thursday two initiatives that aim to revitalize the fan experience at sports venues through mobile and Web engagement.
IBM is teaming with India's HCL Technologies to develop hybrid cloud products that enable enterprises to build apps for the Internet of Things and unified service management.
IBM, DMI and Tangoe are leaders among managed mobility vendors worldwide, according to Gartner's latest Magic Quadrant for Managed Mobility Services, Worldwide.
Today IBM announced enhancements to its line of software-defined storage products known as IBM Spectrum Storage. The enhancements are designed to provide better management and security in storing large volumes of data, and to support both traditional and next generation applications such as cognitive computing across hybrid cloud environments.
In its continuing journey toward driving hybrid cloud initiatives into the enterprise, it appears IBM may also want to be a cloud broker, enabling enterprises to purchase a variety of public and private cloud services through a single online application.
Jasper, an Internet of Things platform provider, announced Tuesday that it is teaming with IBM to integrate Jasper's Control Center with IBM's IoT Foundation platform as a service offering and BlueMix device management portal.
There's an old saying. The Internet never forgets. It's a saying that Larry Ellison might want to learn following his Sunday night keynote presentation at Oracle OpenWorld 2015. The man who famously mocked cloud computing several years ago has come full circle and embraced the concept of cloud. It's not surprising. It just took Ellison and Oracle awhile to figure out that how businesses consume software was changing.
As announced last week, HP will shut down its public cloud at the end of January, a move that Technology Business Research analyst Cassandra Mooshian noted will enable the vendor to focus on its strengths.
IBM launched Spark-as-a-Service Monday, unveiled a slew a new APIs and announced it has added cognitive computing capabilities to tackle unstructured data head-on. IBM is stepping up its big data game, and its game wasn't shabby to start with.