Open innovation to put data to work
Businesses are maxing out their data centers, running inefficient systems that can’t handle the demands of today’s big data economy. With mounting security and technology concerns, you need the confidence and cost advantages to realise cloud’s true benefits, leverage the creativity of the open-source community, and accelerate application development.
On April 28, join the IBM webcast, “Open innovation to put data to work,” to hear how IBM Power Systems’ open servers and solutions break physical and virtual boundaries to help you drive faster insights.
General Manager, Power Systems, IBM Systems and Technology Group
Dr. Lynda Chin
MD Anderson Cancer Center, Chair, Department of Genomic Medicine, Division of Cancer Medicine
IBM Fellow, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, IBM Watson Group
MD Buyline, VP of Marketing & Solutions Management
Senior Vice President, Information and Analytics Group
General Manager, Development and Manufacturing, IBM Systems and Technology Group
Vice President for Accelerated Computing, NVIDIA
Making the extraordinary possible for 50 years
IBM senior executives, senior business and IT leaders, researchers and the next generation of IT will gather to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the mainframe – and highlight how IBM System z helps you innovate and transform your business in the new world of mobile, cloud, big data and analytics.
Get a glimpse of the game-changing future of this trusted computing platform.
Is your data taking you further, or just taking up space?
April 10, 2pm EDT
Without analytics, the big data you’re gathering is just collecting dust. Even midmarket companies can get buried in data.
Join Chris Dawson, senior contributing editor, Ziff Davis, in a lively, interactive discussion sponsored by IBM to learn about the latest user-friendly analytics solutions that can deepen the value of your information.
Are dynamic hybrid clouds the best of all possible worlds?
In the latest installment of the “What’s Next for IT?” video debate series, leading IT experts explored the role of the hybrid cloud – costs, use cases, security, infrastructure and more.
Moderated by Kevin Jackson, author and founder of GovCloud, the debate also featured Laura DiDio, ITIC principal; Steve Strutt, IBM cloud computing CTO, UK and Ireland; and Michael Salsburg, Ph.D., Unisys distinguished engineer and chief architect.