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How the Cloud Can Save You Money and Keep Your Office Free of Dog Hair
Part of the IBM Midsize Matters series, How Not to Save Money Around the Office, this piece has a little fun with the wrong ways to cut costs, then points you toward the right way - the way of the cloud.
IBM IaaS - Cloud Without Compromise
IBM offers a choice of robust, open infrastructure as a service. Use self-service IaaS or our fully managed IaaS to deploy and scale virtual and dedicated bare-metal infrastructure, develop applications and run your production-ready workloads.
IBM Cloud Challenge
See what the cloud can do for your midsize business. Play the game from IBM, then get a complimentary cloud trial.
Business Partner Tecla.it helped Finceramica develop a web portal based on IBM WebSphere. It allows surgeons to upload patients' CT scans directly into Finceramica's 3D modeling system for viewing and approving prototypes online.
IBM Acquires SoftLayer
IBM has dramatically upped the ante in the cloud with the acquisition of SoftLayer, a leading provider of cloud infrastructure including virtual servers and Bare Metal dedicated servers, managed hosting and infrastructure as a service.
The Case for Cloud Computing in Midsize Firms
How Private Cloud Computing can Transform IT for SMBs
IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud Integration
As many as 45% of enterprises say lack of integration is their largest roadblock to harnessing the value of apps and data. See why Cast Iron Cloud is the proven solution for integrating hybrid cloud and on-premise systems, data and applications.
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Cloud Computing in the Midmarket: Assessing the Options in 2013
On the surface, cloud computing is really nothing new. What's different now, according the this IDC report, is that specific offerings are being presented in a very efficient, shared way that effectively pushes operational economies down to the user.
Cloud as a recovery tool, Denise explains
Fresh Cloud Solution for Blattwerk
Blattwerk, a Swiss produce company, launched a fleet of food trucks in just three months in the IBM cloud. The solution featured mobile purchasing support, credit card scanners on iPhones, and cash-register data connected to food suppliers to order and distribute the food it would need the next day.
Could Midsize Businesses Get More out of the Cloud?
What else can you do? This Aberdeen study demonstrates that midsize businesses have not taken cloud as far as it can go to fully transform the way they support lines of business. And it maps a path forward.