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IBM Launches New Cloud, Collaboration Services for Government Agencies

IBM s federal community cloud helps government agencies adopt social collaboration tools. IBM also takes its Lotus collaboration tools to the State of Vermont. Read More >

IBM's Profit Up on Hardware, Software Gains

IBM continued its pace of steady growth, led by hardware and software sales, both of which grew 17 percent for the second quarter of 2011. Read More >

IBM Targets Midsize IT Shops with New Entry-Level Mainframe

IBM announces a new $75,000 mainframe aimed at midsize organizations. Big Blue also announced Linux x86 blade support for its zEnterprise Systems, with Windows support coming later in the year. Read More >

Oracle Introduces iPad Virtual Desktop Client

The Oracle Virtual Desktop Client App for iPad provides access to virtual desktops managed by Oracle's Sun Ray Software and Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure. Read More >

IBM Weighs Using Watson to Help With Sales

IBM's CIO says Big Blue is at work on a project to use its Watson artificial intelligence technology to help IBM salespeople better hawk the company s wares. Read More >

IT Management Slideshow: IBM Quiz: Test Your Big Blue Smarts

IBM is celebrating its centennial this year. That's right: Big Blue was founded 100 years ago , and its history tells the story of a company that has remained on the leading edge when it comes to computer systems, hardware, software, IT consulting and other tech... Read More >

IBM Debuts Smart Cloud for Data Archiving, Disaster Recovery

IBM's new SmartCloud Resilience services enable customers to protect their data and applications faster, cheaper and in a more flexible manner than they could before within a traditional data center environment. Read More >

IBM Launches Connections Software for Social Business

IBM's Connections software is part of the social business strategy the company launched at the Lotusphere 2011 conference in February as a way to help its customers and partners leverage social networking and social paradigms to their benefit. Read More >

Security Slideshow: Corporate Software Piracy: 10 Fast Facts

Pirated software poses a huge risk for corporations, according to a report from the Business Software Alliance (BSA). Getting corporate users to download malicious programs is one of the most surefire ways for hackers to gain access to your network. Some of these threats come in the form of malware, while others pretend to be innocuous programs. According to the BSA, an anti-piracy... Read More >

IT Management Slideshow: IT Jobs: Is Employee Confidence Declining?

You may be anticipating the need to ramp-up your IT employee recruitment and retention efforts in light of an expected and sustained economic recovery. After all, when prospects for tech jobs improve, employees naturally want to check out their worth on the free market. The Great Recession has kept many workers from pursuing new opportunities in part because the opportunities simply weren't... Read More >

Oracle Gives OpenOffice.org Productivity Suite to Apache

Oracle has handed over the OpenOffice open-source office-productivity suite to longtime rival Apache. Read More >

HP Launches IT Performance Suite for the Enterprise

Hewlett-Packards new software suite measures and improves performance for enterprise customers. Read More >

IBM's Watson Inspires Health Care Data Innovations

IBM's expanded Dallas-based Analytics Solution Center will use Watson-like technology to let medical researchers transfer data from documents onto mobile devices. Read More >

IT Management Slideshow: Quiz: How Well Do You Speak Cloud?

Do you know your Django from your Hadoop? If so, then you'll ace this quiz, designed to challenge your grasp of cloud jargon and terminology. If these terms leave you feeling a little "lost in the cloud," fear not. The questions and answers you'll find in this quiz are based on a very CIO-friendly glossary provided in the recent book " Building... Read More >

NetApp Beats the Street With Q4 Earnings, Fiscal Year

Network storage provider NetApp reported better-than-expected quarterly results with quarterly revenue up 22 percent. Read More >

Intel Introduces AppUp Small Business Hybrid Cloud Platform

Intel's AppUpp Small Business Service consists of a server, pre-packaged small business applications and management software. Read More >

Open Source Software: No Longer on the Enterprise Fringe?

The majority of enterprises that are turning to open-source technology are doing so primarily to avoid vendor lock-in, according to the fifth annual Future of Open Source Survey. What was previously relegated to the fringes of the enterprise is now moving into the mainstream, according to the report. Read More >

IBM Attempts to Lure Customers from the Competition with New Program

In IBM's latest attempt to entice software customers away from the competition, the company is offering to help Oracle customers migrate to its own software and throwing in perks like training courses and support. Read More >

Yale, IBM Partner to Train Next-Gen Workers in Analytics

IBM and Yale are joining forces to deliver analytics technology, tools and strategies to help students prepare for next-generation jobs. Read More >

CIO Insight Business Technology to Watch April 20th 2011

During this week's "Business Technology to Watch" segment on CIOinsight, eWEEK Reporter and CIOinsight host, Ashley Daley talks with Rafi Holtzman, CEO of Luidia. Luidia creates interactive technology for capturing and sharing ideas. The company's eBeam products transform flat surfaces into interactive and collaborative workspaces. Today, eBeam technology powers an ecosystem of interactive... Read More >

Many Web Apps Fail Security Audits Before Deployment

More than half of Web applications fail security audits the first time -- and two thirds of those developed by security firms are found to have unacceptable security quality. Read More >

IBM to Offer Windows Support on zEnterprise Mainframes

IBM says that by the end of 2011, it will provide support for blade servers running Windows on its zEnterprise mainframes. Read More >

IBM Launches New Power Blades, Servers

IBM's new blades and upgraded servers -- including the Power 750, which powers IBM's Watson supercomputer -- run on the company's Power7 processors. Read More >

IBM Launches Business Process Management Consulting Practice

Citing a demand among its customer base, IBM announced the formation of a new IBM consulting services practice for Business Process Management (BPM). Read More >

IBM Unveils New Business Process Management Services, Software

IBM is launching a new set of Business Process Management (BPM) products and services, including the IBM Business Process Manager. Read More >

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