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IBM Planning Analytics event: A demonstration of the solution's new capabilities
The free event, happening in both Wellington and Auckland next week, enables users to mix and mingle with each other, talk to the experts, and learn how they can achieve more with their IBM Business Analytics investment.
IBM expands SAP capabilities for cloud
With new services, partnerships and certifications IBM aims to capitalise on the mass-movement to cloud.
Fusion5 expands professional services portfolio with acquisition of Mindfull
The deal, the terms of which were not disclosed, extends Fusion5’s portfolio of corporate performance management (CPM) solutions, as well as associated customers and resources.
IBM expands partnership with ServiceNow to help businesses take advantage of AI
The partnership will help companies reduce operational risk and lower costs by applying AI to automate IT operations.
Execs turning to technology amid COVID-19 crisis, but there's power in people
C-suite executives are rapidly accelerating digital transformation initiatives due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however people and talent are more crucial than ever.
IBM, Alphabet and well-funded startups in the race for quantum supremacy
"It may not come as a surprise that quantum computing one day replaces artificial intelligence as the mainstream technology to help industries tackle problems they never would have attempted to solve before.”
2020’s Hi-Tech Awards winners are...
The Hi-Tech awards serve to highlight those organisations who are working to further Kiwi innovation in the digital age.
IBM named top industrial Blockchain-as-a-Service provider
ABI Research has released a new Industrial BaaS Competitive Assessment, analysing and ranking six industrial BaaS vendors, Alibaba, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and SAP.
Blue Prism calls out IBM as exceptional partner
Blue Prism has announced that IBM has received its second Certified Gold Service Provider status as the company expands on go-to-market capabilities for intelligent automation solutions.
Data breaches costing companies millions - could incident response help?
On average, data breaches cost companies $3.86 million per breach, with compromised employee accounts the most expensive root cause.
Hitachi Vantara appoints new A/NZ channel leader
For the past three and a half years, Erin Mikan focused on cloud services as Macquarie Telecom Group strategic partner and alliance manager.
IBM and Verizon Business team up on 5G and AI solutions at the Enterprise Edge
The collaboration is all about enabling the future of industry in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Adobe, IBM and Red Hat partner up to accelerate DX and real-time data security
"As companies undergo their digital transformations and move core workloads to the cloud, the entire C-suite is facing a re-framing of their roles to meet customer demands – all while keeping security front and centre."
Lack in data skills creating greater challenges at work - report
Employees could do better at their jobs if they were more data literate, according to new research.
Video: How Ingram enables IBM software partners
A beginner’s guide to becoming an IBM partner and how Ingram Micro can make it happen – delivered by Ingram IBM BDM Madan Mohan.
IBM report: Security response improving - containing attacks, not so much
“While more organisations are taking incident response planning seriously, preparing for cyber-attacks isn’t a one and done activity."
SAP managed services to go on-premise with Red Hat
Through OpenShift virtualization, customers can host SAP's managed services on a secure, dedicated virtual infrastructure.
Australian Department of Defence selects Microsoft Azure for new ERP platform
“ERP will modernise, integrate and transform Defence’s approach to managing its finances, human resources, logistics, engineering, maintenance and estate."
Cisco, ESET, Fortinet crowned in Canalys Cybersecurity Leadership Matrix, while Symantec, IBM and McAfee underperform
Several big names have been revealed as underperforming compared with the market average with low partner sentiment.
First Aussie company joins IBM quantum computing network
The Archer team, based in Sydney, Australia, will work with the IBM teams based in New York, USA, as part of the IBM Q Network.
COVID-19: Google Cloud, IBM and others join forces to bolster economic recovery
The group, called Emer2gent, includes Leeds Institute for Data Analytics, IBM, Google Cloud, The Data City, Truata, Rolls-Royce and ODI Leeds as early alliance members.
IBM integrates Okta identity solutions to cloud offerings
“We’re excited to formalise the partnership to provide our joint customers with the technology to help secure their organisations.”
Top vendors collaborate to advance data centre tech
Ranovus has entered into a strategic collaboration with IBM, TE Connectivity and Senko Advanced Components with key focus on advancing data centre technology for global customers.
AI will be unstoppable with market value to jump 457% by 2025
As a result of AI entering the mainstream, one in five workers in a nonroutine job will rely on it for at least part of their role, according to Learnbonds.