Over the past year, technology evangelists have pushed hard to expand the adoption of blockchain (distributed ledger technology) for broad-ranging enterprise solutions. What began as a tool to track and verify cryptocurrency transactions has become the darling new technology that will help solve the world’s privacy, security, and financial transaction problems. Despite these efforts, and […]
Every day, more and more devices are being developed and added to the Internet of Things (IoT). Hannah Merry from IBM suggests that we share a collective responsibility to help make and keep the IoT secure. In the following infographic, she presents five facts that can help you navigate the ever-expanding world of connected devices.
In what is labeled a breakthrough, researchers from Australia are the first to successfully store light-based information as sound waves on a microchip. The new chip slows down the speed photons travel when processing the data being carried by them, making them ideal for use in computing.
Is there anything that Watson can’t do? The supercomputer is now headed to the help desk. IBM’s new Workplace Support Service with Watson adds cognitive capabilities and analytics to help speed IT support time for businesses.
IBM has recently partnered with PNC in order to expand a free nationwide training program aimed at getting U.S. military veterans into cybersecurity work, data analysis, and other IT jobs.
It sounds like a job too difficult even for a supercomputer. But one tech writer argues that an AI system like IBM’s Watson could help ensure that U.S. Presidents and CEOs of U.S. businesses apply the hard-learned lessons of their predecessors in order to cut down on future failures and repeat past successes.
Software-as-a-service (SaaS) has become a behemoth in the technology world, and it’s affecting everything IT knows about infrastructure. One writer argues that it’s going to be a bumpy road ahead as companies adapt to serverless computing. Here’s a look at what will happen.
By Mary Shacklett IT executives (as well as everybody else in the C-suite) are eager to see value from their big data investments. But how do you put a dollar figure on big data? There are plenty of ways to figure out return on investment (ROI). Read on for one tech writer’s exploration of the […]
By Ryan Francis Of course a data breach is going to be costly, but different factors determine just how much money your company could stand to lose. Take a look at all of the variables to determine your business’s risk and apply it to your ongoing cybersecurity measures.
IBM recently announced new, all-flash storage solutions designed for midrange and large enterprises, where high availability, continuous uptime, and performance are critical. These solutions are engineered for business, enterprise, and analytic needs—read on to see if they may be right for your company.