Where else will you will see a cognitive dress, use your own cognitive concierge or kick the tires of a Watson self-driving car? Get inspired by case studies and groundbreaking research, then see what Watson can do for your business and its customers.
Source: IBM World of Watson – Overview
ARMONK, NY – 18 Nov 2014: IBM NYSE: IBM today is reinventing enterprise email with a new freemium social collaboration offering that uses built-in analytics to give individuals a new way to converse, find the right people and information fast, and get work done. IBM Verse stems from the company’s $100 million investment in design innovation and brings together its leading cloud, analytics, social and security platforms to transform the future of work.
via IBM News room – 2014-11-18 IBM Verse Fuses Cloud, Social, Analytics and Design Innovation to Transform the Way We Work – United States.
ARMONK, N.Y. – 13 Jun 2012: IBM (NYSE:IBM) today announced it has completed its acquisition of Tealeaf Technology, Inc., a leading provider of digital customer experience management and customer behavior analysis solutions.
The acquisition extends IBM’s Smarter Commerce initiative with qualitative analytics software that helps organizations deliver an optimal digital experience to their customers via the Web and mobile devices.
via IBM News room – 2012-06-13 IBM Completes Acquisition of Tealeaf Technology – United States.
Clear Skies Ahead for Cloud Computing
Following years of anticipation and lofty expectations, cloud computing is beginning to deliver on its potential as a powerful resource for businesses, governments and organizations in all industries. A recent IBM Institute of Business Value study found that 90 percent of organizations expect to adopt or substantially deploy a cloud model in the next three years. The New York Times cited a Forrester Research outlook for 2020 in declaring, “cloud computing will come on quicker than you think.”
IBM CTO of Cloud Computing Lauren States outlines how IBM is poised to capitalize on what it has identified as a major business growth opportunity with $7 billion in cloud revenue forecast by 2015. http://ibm.co/zN8FlR
Here’s how you can join the conversation about IBM’s perspective on the cloud business opportunity:
— The impact of cloud computing will extend beyond the traditional IT industry by making technology more widely accessible throughout organizations. This will help transform the way services are delivered in industries as diverse as healthcare, banking, telecommunications and government. http://ibm.co/AwEN73
— Removing the complexity associated with using cloud computing and giving people access to unprecedented computing power will transform the way clients in key growth areas, such as smarter commerce, analytics and social business provide services to their own customers.
— IBM is combining its strengths in hardware, software and services to deliver cloud capabilities that provide choice, security and control as clients begin shifting critical activities to the cloud. http://ibm.co/w24j1M
What They’re Saying
— The Wall Street Journal positions Warren Buffet’s recent investment in IBM as a validation of the company’s cloud computing strategy. http://on.wsj.com/rATinJ
— Wired reports on IBM cloud-based analytics that can help life sciences companies discover new drugs. http://bit.ly/unF4Wf
— InformationWeek examines how the IBM SmartCloud for Social Business connects the company’s cloud and collaboration strategies. http://bit.ly/A2TXVm
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When we started to review the data for business analytics, we noticed within organizations, different departments are using this technology at roughly the same levels of penetration. There isn’t one function where simply everyone is using analytics. This suggests that organizations are either adopting analytics across the board, or are choosing to wait and see. Put differently, if anyone is using analytics in your organization, it looks as though everyone is. But if you’re not, nobody else is, either.
via Analytics? Everybody’s using them. Or are they? (IBM Tech Trends Report).
ARMONK, N.Y. – 04 Oct 2011: IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a definitive agreement to acquire privately held Q1 Labs, a Waltham, Massachusetts-based provider of security intelligence software. The move aims to accelerate IBM’s efforts to help clients more intelligently secure their enterprises by applying analytics to correlate information from key security domains and creating security dashboards for their organizations. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Following the close of the acquisition, Q1 Labs will join the newly-formed IBM Security Systems division, representing the world’s most comprehensive security portfolio. After the close, IBM intends the new division to be led by Brendan Hannigan, CEO of Q1 Labs.
via IBM Press room – 2011-10-04 IBM to Acquire Q1 Labs to Drive Greater Security Intelligence – United States.