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IBM Think 2023 – Defining and Delivering the Business Value of AI and Quantum Computing

By Charles King, Pund-IT®  May 17, 2023

Since consumer tastes and preferences drive much of the larger economy, it is hardly surprising that consumer-focused vendors are among the world’s biggest and most profitable companies. Ironically, however, many or most of the features and services that give new consumer devices their sheen depends on enterprise hardware and software deployed in everything from traditional data centers to massive public and hybrid clouds.

Many of those enterprise vendors are bringing both innovative and emerging technologies to market that are designed to further enhance business performance and create opportunities for customers to develop new solutions and competitive differentiation. At its recent Think 2023 conference, IBM focused on two areas – AI and quantum computing – that it believes will be essential to its enterprise customers. Continue reading

Enterprise 2013: IBM, System z, Power and Transaction Evolution

By Charles King, Pund-IT, Inc.  October 30, 2013

IBM’s recent Enterprise 2013 conference in Orlando, Florida, was the company’s Systems and Technology Group’s (STG) inaugural event focusing on CIOs, partners and IT practitioners—data center admins and managers—who work with IBM’s System z mainframe and Power Systems platforms.

In a strong sense, these groups represent the company’s core IT and business constituencies. Continue reading

IBM Delivers New Systems for Big Data and Cloud Computing

By Charles King, Pund-IT, Inc.

At InterConnect 2013, IBM unveiled new systems and solutions designed to assist customers in analyzing the volume, velocity, variety, and veracity of big data, while helping managed service providers (MSPs) build private and hybrid clouds to get the most out of social, mobile and other workloads. Continue reading