IBM is providing substantial resources to the Apache Software Foundation’s Spark project to prepare the platform for machine learning tasks, like pattern recognition and classification of objects. The company plans to offer Bluemix Spark as a service and has dedicated 3,500 researchers and developers to assist in its preservation and further [...]Continue Reading →
The challenge for organizations is to capture, manage and make sense of their data in real time so that many employees can make better decisions faster. In the course of time, predictive analytics evolve and becomes accessible to all enterprise users, regardless of their industry.
IBM is trying to position the company as [...]Continue Reading →
Since the acquisition of Q1 Labs in 2011, IBM has sold its QRadar Security software management technology in the traditional way, through which customers pay one price and download the version they want. However, the company launched two new cloud services that make the technology is available through a software-as-a-service model.
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IBM does not want absolutely to stay on the edge of the emerging world of Internet Of Things (IoT). The IoT ranging from smartphones, bracelets for fitness, to automata for the home to wireless lamps and more and is a constantly evolving market that replaces and extends that of interconnected computers, and [...]Continue Reading →
Research firm Forrester Research released “The Forrester Wave: Enterprise Data Virtualization, Q1 2015” report to look at the data virtualization vendors and how they have improved their security, scalability, big data, data discovery, data quality, and cloud capabilities.
The research company describes enterprise data virtualization as, “The integration of any data [...]Continue Reading →
Gartner says that 70% of existing storage solutions will be available as software only in 2019. And in 2020, about 70 to 80% of unstructured data will be positioned in the entry-level storage management software instances with a software- defined.
To seize this opportunity, IBM is the first company to launch a [...]Continue Reading →
IBM has received two patents in the United States to accelerate the data analysis in the cloud and make better use of existing cloud resources. The rights are named “Predictive Removal Of Runtime Data Using Attributes Characterizing” (US Patent # 8,639,809) and “Routing Service Requests Based on Actual Lowest cost within [...]Continue Reading →
While companies always move more activity in the cloud, they must remain vigilant on potential security vulnerabilities in their systems. It is on the basis of this observation that IBM has developed a range of services to secure cloud operations of enterprises with the same level of rigor as that applied [...]Continue Reading →
Just days after Lenovo purchased of IBM’s x86 servers business, IBM presents a number of new models based on its own Power8 Workstation processor. It’s about the first models based on Open Power Foundation, where companies like Google, NVIDIA, Canonical, Tyan, Samsung and Micron have been active contributors and thus will [...]Continue Reading →
IBM has unveiled one of its bigger plans so far. The company will invest three billion investment in chip and new technology. Over the next five years, IBM will invest a significant amount of their total revenue in new technologies like non-silicon computer chips, quantum computing research, and computers that mimic the [...]Continue Reading →
During the past year, the demand for SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) technology remained strong. The widespread adoption of the SIEM technology is driven both by the need for security and compliance with regulations. Most of security needs is the effective detection of targeted attacks and violations.
Organizations are failing at [...]Continue Reading →
Having been the first to understand that the services would yield more than the sale of equipment, IBM was the first to suggest that software sales will bring in more than services today. In continuation of that effort, IBM has launched a new big data service that is designed to deliver [...]Continue Reading →
IBM has announced its new top of the range CPU Server power system architecture that, according to what the company claims, promises the highest performance to revolutionize the world of servers and big data. IBM promises up to 50 times faster processing than standard x86 servers.
Designed for big data, the [...]Continue Reading →
The cloud provides the ability to store large amounts of data. Research has now also shown that big data plays a major role in the growth of public cloud computing services.
According to a report from Technology Business Review Inc. (TBR), public cloud providers are using big data to drive their [...]Continue Reading →
IBM won a patent called, “Pushing secure notifications to mobile computing devices,” for a cloud-based security protocol that will help developers create apps that [...]Continue Reading →
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