In October, IBM, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Harman International announced they would work together to launch cognitive hospital rooms powered by IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT).
The company is keen to develop its cloud-computing business in a bid to compete with infrastructure and platform service leaders like Amazon and Microsoft.
In this week’s edition of our analyst Q&A, Nishant Singh explains how legacy IT vendors are coping with the new dynamics of a much faster, pervasive, and Cloud-centric ICT world.
There were a number of high profile company breaches last year, with a recent study by IBM putting the average cost of a data breach at $4 million. In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss the 5 cybersecurity trends that will dominate discussions in 2016.
Continuing on from Tuesday’s post, today’s blog takes a look at the biggest hacking events of the past 16 years.
IBM’s annual marketing and e-commerce conference Amplify took place this year on May 16-18 in Tampa, Florida. A number of talks given at the conference focused on cognitive computing and how it can be used to benefit a wide range of industries. But what exactly is cognitive computing?
Organizations are finding it increasingly difficult to monitor, manage and maintain their data. At last month's RSA Conference, Microsoft's Mark Russinovich spoke about cybersecurity and how they're using machine learning algorithms to manage and reduce security risks.
The following blog will look at the top 4 telecommunication trends of 2016, and how these trends are expected to grow in the coming years.