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Box, IBM and Black Duck announce security offerings amid open source vulnerabilities

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Two more services have been launched with the aim of shoring up the security of the cloud, as its popularity sees it becoming increasingly targeted for attack.

IBM: “The level of innovation is being accelerated”


BCN spoke to Dr. Angel Diaz, who is responsible for all of IBM’s cloud and mobile technology.

IBM and Catalogic Software combine to slash costs of data management


IBM and Catalogic Software have jointly launched a new set of systems which combine Catalogic’s copy data manager ECX with IBM’s storage offerings, in a bid to help clients trim the excessive costs of duplicate data.

Wind River and IBM to integrate their IoT clouds

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Intel’s IoT software subsidiary Wind River is to work with IBM to make Industrial IoT projects run smoother and more efficiently.

Western Digital and IBM in distributed storage license agreement


IBM and Western Digital have announced that they are entering into an intellectual property sharing arrangement, in the form of a formal patent cross-license agreement.

IBM buys streaming service Ustream to boost its cloud video portfolio


IBM has announced another cloud video acquisition with the intention to purchase video streaming service provider Ustream.

IBM Q4 figures indicate painful cloud transition


Analysts have warned that IBM faces a transformation that could make it a leaner operator – and potentially meaner one for staff.

VMware beefs up security, announces IBM and Intel collaborations

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VMware has moved to patch flaws in several of its services and has worked with Intel Security to beef up its protection of mobile cloud systems.

IBM unveils plans for Watson supercomputer to lead the cognitive era


IBM CEO Ginni Rometty used the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to showcase a range of new partnership projects that will help supercomputer Watson usher in the ‘Cognitive Era’.

Among the new advances promised are health and fitness prog

IBM Cloud to run AT&T’s managed app and hosting


AT&T and IBM are to extend the scope of their 20 year working relationship partnership as IBM takes over the telco’s cloud based networking, application and hosting services.