As Microsoft continues to evolve its business model, it is frequently compared to IBM but is that such a bad thing?
In a recent press release, IBM announced its new Power Systems Servers and POWER9 processor, which can be useful when working with artificial intelligence and other compute-intensive applications.
Earlier this week, IBM announced Cloud Mass Data Migration, a new service that enables organizations to quickly and easily transfer large amounts of data to IBM’s cloud infrastructure.
The U.S. patent office granted IBM a patent in January that seems to cover email auto-reply. The only problem is that auto-replies existed a long time before IBM claimed to have invented them. But it’s all good now.
IBM today announced that it has acquired Austin, Texas based Gravitant to expand it’s hybrid cloud offering.
A new report reveals that Microsoft Azure growth is helping Microsoft’s cloud infrastructure as a service offering gain ground against AWS in the cloud services battle.
Lenovo gobbled up IBM’s desktop and laptop business units years ago, and now returns for seconds in the form of Big Blue’s x86 server business.