IBM’s chief executive officer Arvind Krishna today revealed that the company is sunsetting its “general-purpose” facial recognition business.
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Systems integrator Infosys is teaming up with IBM to roll out a new program to encourage enterprises to migrate their mission-critical data to IBM’s public cloud.
Red Hat and IBM executives leading the Canadian business opened up about last year’s $34 billion deal that saw the two tech companies tie the knot and place an enormous bet on hybrid cloud.
McAfee and IBM Security have announced that they are the founding members of the Open Cybersecurity Alliance (OCA), a group of 18 companies whose goal is to foster interoperability and easy integration between security vendors.
IBM releases updated mainframe computers for the enterprise.
As IBM closed its $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat Tuesday, questions continued to swirl around the impact the move will have on partners and clients, which even IBM’s Arvind Krishna acknowledged was the “real challenge” ever since the deal was announced last October.
It takes a long time for a large company like IBM to pass on quality leads to its partners. Lori Cohen used to get one per month, but with the help of IBM’s new AI-buddy SCORE, that number is now eight.
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IBM is leaning heavily on an acquisition firm from Toronto to help it build a network of hybrid cloud solution providers focused on its technologies.
IBM Corp. doesn’t want to be known as the vendor that’s hard to do business with anymore, which is why Big Blue unveiled a slew of new partner program initiatives.
IBM is bolstering its hybrid cloud offerings and making its AI crown jewel available on any cloud environment.