Category Archives: IBM

Access Management In A Cloudy, Mobile World

Access Management In A Cloudy, Mobile World Lately, I’ve noticed that user access management is a recurring topic of discussion with customers and partners. Two major trends transforming industries today – mobile and cloud – are acting as catalysts for a renewed focus on this critical area of security. As mobile devices proliferate at a

A Glance At How The Cloud Is Changing The IT World

A Glance At How The Cloud Is Changing The IT World With the emergence of cloud computing as the ultimate saviour of the IT industry, the Internet world has experienced a change in terms of technology and approach. While better mobility, accessibility, and viability are some of the most significant areas experiencing this change, subtle shifts in

Managed Service Providers Poised To Benefit Most From The Booming Cloud

Managed Service Providers Poised To Benefit Most From The Booming Cloud The opportunities ignited so far by the ever expanding cloud are best evidenced by the increasing number of companies that are fast making what is now turning out to be ‘a clever leap to the cloud’. Providers of high end cloud solutions on the other hand

IBM Launches Global Initiatives To Help Managed Service Providers Capture Burgeoning Cloud Opportunity

IBM Launches Global Initiatives To Help Managed Service Providers Capture Burgeoning Cloud Opportunity Comprehensive Program Arms IBM’s Global Ecosystem to Deliver A Simplified Approach to IT WALTHAM, MA — September 26, 2012 — IBM today announced a broad set of global initiatives to better position clients to take advantage of cloud opportunities. This effort is

A Cure For Small Business IT Aches & Pains: It’s In The Cloud

A Cure For Small Business IT Aches & Pains: It’s In The Cloud

A Cure For Small Business IT Aches & Pains: It’s In The Cloud New technology can make the lives of small and midsize businesses (SMBs)  more complicated. In a survey conducted by Techaisle, a small and medium sized business (SMB) market research organization, 54 percent of SMBs claimed that their IT difficulties actually increased over the