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Analysis: IBM closes 2016 with the achievement of its percent of revenue CAMSS [Cloud, Analytics, Mobile, Security and Social] goal, but revenue declines indicate its portfolio transformation is still underway. says Technology Business Research.
IBM chair and CEO Ginni Rometty says artificial intelligence will make some jobs obsolete but will lead to creation of opportunities. "It's not man or machine," she says. Rometty also spells out the three principles IBM is following in cognitive computing development.
IBM is focusing its retail solutions around three key imperatives: shopping and customer experience; merchandising and supply networks; and operations and innovation. These imperatives include products such as Watson Marketing, Watson Commerce, Watson Merchandising and Watson Supply Chain. Potential use cases addressed by these products include enhancing product selection and design, improving marketing campaigns, improving customer services, and optimizing talent management.
Big Blue continues to set the pace for winning patents, setting a record for IP in 2016 with more than 8,000 and leading the corporate ranks in awards for the 24th consecutive year. Of those, 960 were awarded to North Carolina-based inventors.
IBM, one of the big tech companies that spoke out against North Carolina's controversial HB2, is stepping up its support for diversity with a new rainbow logo. Lindsay-Rae McIntyre, Chief Diversity Officer at IBM and a Duke graduate, unveiled the logo Friday.
IBM brings history to life through augmented reality just in time to tie-in with the launch of the NASA unknown heroes' movie "Hidden Figures." And the Triangle features three areas from which viewers can log in through a Pokemon Go-like app.
IBM Research's latest "5 in 5" technology innovation forecast focuses on big advances that will come in physical nanoscale size as well as taking its supercomputer Watson into further advances of Artificial Intelligence. Read - and be amazed.
IBM chair and CEO Ginni Rometty quickly offered an olive branch to President-elect Donald Trump shortly after his upset victory. Now, some IBMers have signed a petition protesting the Rometty letter and threaten "to refuse participation in any U.S. government contracts that violate constitutionally protected civil liberties." They also seek return of some lost benefits, issues that predate the election.
As Cisco confirms its exit from providing its "Intercloud" cloud services, new data shows that the networking giant along with HPE face increasing competitive pressure from the recently merged Dell EMC.
The Research Triangle will have the ear of President-elect Donald Trump through two major connections: The Blackstone Group and IBM.
Will future computers rely more on memory than processors? HP Enterprise thinks so. Meet "The Machine," which CEO Meg Whitman touts as the future of computing with machines that are "memory driven" rather than processing. "We believe this has the potential to change everything," she says.
IBM's recent "World of Watson" event showcases how Big Blue is turning its super computer into a provider of multiple business solutions as the artificial intelligence market grows increasingly competitive. Technology Business Research offers an in-depth overview of Watson's progress in the second of two reports.
IBM's recent "World of Watson" event showcases how Big Blue is turning its super computer into a provider of multiple business solutions as the artificial intelligence market grows increasingly competitive.
IBM has accepted most of the blame for the crash of Australia's online census three months ago and has compensated the government for the financial cost of the debacle, the country's prime minister said on Friday.
If you missed out on the "Trump rally" that began after election night futures plunged 800 points, it still may not be too late to capitalize. CNN Money says more records could fall today, and Triangle tech stocks have climbed - with some exceptions.
If the company you work for is hit by a cyber attack, chances are it's not ready to respond, according to a new survey from IBM. Even where companies are prepared, 41 percent say the time to resolve a cyber incidence takes longer now than a year ago.
IBM Chairman and CEO Ginni Rommetty offers incoming President Donald Trump a wide variety of advice - and touts how Big Blue can help - in a letter published at IBM's government and regulatory affairs website. Here's the complete letter.
Data tracking the battle for market share in cloud computing services shows IBM is a leader in one segment but Amazon Web Services dominates in two other categories. However, Microsoft and Google are surging. as cloud spending grows.
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