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  • IBM CEO Discusses Business Partner Role in the Cognitive Era

    IBM CEO Discusses Business Partner Role in the Cognitive Era


    Date added: 2016-02-16


    February 16, 2016 - In Orlando, FL at the IBM PartnerWorld Leadership Conference, IBM Chairman and CEO Ginni Rometty addressed more than 1,500 IBM Business Partners from 78 countries. IBM announced a redesign of its Business Partner program with a roadmap for driving business growth and education for the cognitive era. (Sophie Elgort/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     



  • IBM Opens its Watson IoT Global Headquarters in Munich, Germany

    IBM Opens its Watson IoT Global Headquarters in Munich, Germany


    Date added: 2015-12-15


    IBM, joined by top European clients, opens its Watson Internet of Things (IoT) global headquarters in Munich, Germany for the cognitive era. [From left to right] David Kenny, CEO, The Weather Company; John Kelly, senior vice president, Solutions Portfolio and Research, IBM; and Harriet Green, general manager, IBM IoT & Education; Laurent Martinez, SVP, Head of Services Business Unit, Airbus; and Matthias Rebellius, CEO, Siemens Building Technologies. (Stephan Sahm for IBM)

     

     





  • How Smart Can You Hack With Spark?

    How Smart Can You Hack With Spark?


    Date added: 2015-06-15


    Shiva Gopalan, a computer engineering masters student at Texas A&M University and an intern at Ericsson (far right), confers with IBM developers Henrique Copelli Zambon (center) and Luiz Aoqui, during an IBM hosted Spark Hackathon at Galvenize, a tech hub in San Francisco on Sunday, June 14, 2015. (Credit:George Nikitin/FEATURE PHOTO SERVICE FOR IBM)

     

     



  • Create Social Data-Enabled Apps

    Create Social Data-Enabled Apps


    Date added: 2015-03-17


    Using IBM’s Insights for Twitter service on Bluemix, developers and entrepreneurs can search, quickly explore and then mine enriched Twitter content and aggregated insights. This is a screen grab from IBM Smarter Social Media Activity Monitor, an application built on IBM BlueMix, for a global bank. The bank wanted to provide its analysts with a powerful and easy way to scan, monitor and leverage Twitter conversation on a variety of topics, such as conversations on specific companies or other subjects of interest. This image shows how the bank is monitoring immunotherapy trends. (Credit: IBM)

     

     


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