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Making the mainframe relevant in the world of agile development and DevOps

Video: DevOps is the hot topic in 2018: Five reasons why It’s four years since the mainframe software company Compuware went from public ownership to private. Now its CEO Chris O’Malley believes the company is ready to reinvent the mainframe software market thanks to two state-of-the art software breakthroughs — agile and DevOps. ZDNet caught up with O’Malley to find ... Read More »

IBM, Salesforce expand AI partnership for deeper customer insights

IBM and Salesforce announced Friday an expansion of their strategic partnership that brings more data integration to companies so they can better interact with customers. Special Feature Special report: The future of Everything as a Service (free PDF) SaaS had a major impact on the way companies consume cloud services. This ebook looks at how the as a service trend ... Read More »

IBM, Maersk form blockchain joint venture to focus on global trade

IBM and Maersk said they will form a joint venture focused on using blockchain technology to create a global trade platform. The two companies announced a partnership last year focused on digitizing the supply chain via a blockchain platform. Now Maersk and IBM see enough potential to launch a separate company. Maersk and IBM started to collaborate in June 2016. ... Read More »

IBM names new CFO as Schroeter moves to global markets role

IBM IBM said Thursday its CFO Martin Schroeter will begin a new role as senior vice president of global markets, and James Kavanaugh will replace him as CFO effective immediately, according to a filing with the SEC. Kavanaugh most recently served as senior vice president, finance and operations at IBM since 2015, after a stint as IBM’s controller that began ... Read More »

IBM appoints new president for Brazil operation

IBM has promoted company veteran Tonny Martins to take over as president for its Brazil operations. Martins had been leading the Big Blue’s Mexico office since 2016, leading the local adoption of Watson in the healthcare sector and blockchain in insurance. Apple, acquisitions, and adherence: Inside IBM’s Watson Health unit After its first six months in existence, is IBM’s Watson ... Read More »

Australian government paid AU$4.9b to IBM, Boeing, Lockheed Martin for IT services

The Australian government spent a total of AU$36 billion on IT-related procurement from 2012-13 through 2016-17, with a handful of technology giants receiving the majority of the procurement spend, a report from the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) has revealed. According to ANAO’s Australian Government Procurement Contract Report, during the five-year period, IBM — which failed to prepare adequately for ... Read More »

ATO stats confirm global giants are coughing up to Canberra

The local arms of Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Samsung Electronics have had their Australian income for the 2015-16 financial year put under the microscope by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), with the 2015-16 Report of Entity Tax Information revealing the multinationals are paying the appropriate amount of tax. The ATO report lists over 2,400 Australian public and foreign-owned corporate tax ... Read More »

IBM’s big quantum push: Samsung, Daimler sign up for 20-qubit test drive

IBM is ready to open the doors to the first customers for its commercial quantum-computing services. A problem-solving approach IT workers should learn from robotics engineers Sometimes the most profound solution is to change the entire problem. Read More JPMorgan Chase, Daimler, and Samsung will be among the first group of businesses to gain access to IBM’s new 20 quantum ... Read More »

​IBM, Walmart, and Tsinghua University eye blockchain for food supply chain safety in China

IBM, Walmart, and Tsinghua University said they will collaborate on blockchain tools for food tracking, traceability and safety in China’s supply chain. The four entities will work in a Blockchain Food Safety Alliance that aims to create a standard for collecting data on origin, safety and authenticity of food using blockchain technology for traceability. Real-time transparency has been difficult ... Read More »

IBM and University of Melbourne present seizure prediction system

Researchers from IBM and the University of Melbourne have developed a proof-of-concept seizure forecasting system that predicted an average of 69 percent of seizures across 10 epilepsy patients in a dataset. The system, which the scientists claim is “fully automated, patient-specific, and tunable to an individual’s needs”, uses a combination of deep-learning algorithms and a low-power “brain-inspired” computing chip to ... Read More »

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