Kyndryl launches new consulting service
The company says it now offers 'outcome-led' consulting and IT modernization services
IT infrastructure services provider Kyndryl announced that it's expanding its service offering to include consulting. The new service, Kyndryl Consult, "combines Kyndryl’s longstanding consulting expertise w... Read more
IBM introduces with plug-and-play Watson libraries for AI
IBM released three 'plug-and-play' IBM Watson AI libraries that allow developers to implement trained AI models in applications. Big Blue wants to help developers adopt AI functionality.
The three AI libraries allow trained AI models to be directly implemented in software, eliminating the need t... Read more
IBM chief: less red tape post-Brexit will spur London’s tech growth
The head of IBM's UK arm expects Britain to continue to be a major player in the global tech market.
A post-Brexit overhaul of red tape will boost the fortunes of London's tech industry, according to a report in The Telegraph. Reduced regulation will allow the city to beat international rivals d... Read more
IBM Consulting faces backlash after issuing back-to-office policy
IBM Consulting faces staff protests after releasing a back-to-office policy which the company expects to increase the creativity and productivity of its employees collectively.
A recent policy issued by IBM Consulting revealed that employees need to be in the office three days a week if they liv... Read more
IBM launches Diamondback Tape Library, air-gapped tape storage
IBM introduced IBM Diamondback Tape Library, a new tape storage solution with an emphasis on security.
HDDs and SSDs are faster and more flexible, but tape storage still excels in terms of cost-effectiveness and sustainability. IBM offers a broad portfolio of tape storage solutions. The portfol... Read more
IBM invests $20 billion in New York state
IBM has announced that it will invest as much as $20 billion in New York State over the next ten years. This involves setting up chip production sites for high technology such as AI and quantum computing.
Big Blue announced the investments during a visit by U.S. President Joe Biden to the IBM co... Read more
IBM, Vodafone and GSMA collaborate on post-quantum cryptography
Telecom industry association GSMA launched a collaboration with IBM and Vodafone to integrate post-quantum encryption into the telecom industry.
The trio will become part of the GSMA Post-Quantum Telco Network Taskforce. The partners aim to develop policies, guidelines and workflows for post-qua... Read more
Data protection is becoming more workload-specific (and software-defined)
Earlier today we brought you the news about some important updates to IBM Storage's portfolio that will enable data protection at the workload level. This should boost the cyber resilience of organizations. We spoke with Scott Baker, VP at IBM Storage for the company's Hybrid Cloud Portfolio, about... Read more
IBM introduces snapshot protection for SAP HANA and Salesforce
IBM equipped its Sentinel backup system with snapshot technology for SAP HANA and Salesforce environments.
IBM Spectrum Sentinel for SAP HANA performs ransomware analysis on immutable primary storage snapshots, including automated recovery orchestration. IBM Spectrum Copy Data Management is used... Read more
IBM gives LinuxOne server platform sustainable upgrade
IBM upgraded its LinuxOne server platform. LinuxOne Emperor 4 servers are designed to reduce energy consumption in datacenters.
IBM LinuxOne is an advanced, Linux-based enterprise hardware platform. The platform was designed to run Linux workloads in datacenters. Key features include always-on e... Read more