“IBM TODAY ANNOUNCED endless reams of new storage hardware, software and services which are to be launched immediately.
These new services aim to build the world’s strongest information infrastructure systems… ever.
These picks of the day are supposed to help businesses, governments and others to deal with their data problems – specifically to transform static data managed in silos into more dynamic information that is accessible by individuals wherever they go in a cloud computing environment.”
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Source: The Inquirer
Since IBM changed the focus of their business toward providing ‘solutions’ rather than hardware, they have slipped into a quiet role providing data centres with their expertise, while the regular user hears nothing about them. While that will most likely remain the case, you will probably be seeing a lot more advertising from IBM in the near future. You can read this article on The Inquirer to learn a bit more about “the Internet of things”, silos and the New Enterprise Data Center.