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Latest IBM cloud computing Stories

2014-08-21 08:35:03

IBM's tailor made cloud solution helps the company respond to disruptions effectively and minimize data loss. BANGALORE, India, Aug.

2014-08-21 08:35:00

Leading analytics company expands its partnership with IBM to support significant industry reform SYDNEY, Aug.

2014-08-20 08:34:33

Truly Platform-Agnostic Workload Protection and Mobility, Integrated with VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V and Amazon Web Services BOSTON and HERZLIYA, Israel, August 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

2014-08-12 08:41:15

New Toronto facility part of IBM's $1.2 billion global cloud services expansion TORONTO, Aug.

2014-08-11 08:34:21

Simplifies Identity Protection in the Age of Mobile, Social and Cloud ARMONK, N.Y., Aug.

2014-08-07 12:33:40

New cloud-based analytics capabilities address Chinese regulatory requirements and help users make risk-adjusted investment decisions SHANGHAI and ARMONK, N.Y., Aug.

2014-08-06 08:41:39

Global Business Services Creates Simple, Rapid Access to High-Value Analytics and Other Capabilities ARMONK, N.Y., Aug.

2014-08-05 23:07:23

Leading managed service provider HostDime.com partners with Jelastic to deliver enterprise hosting services worldwide SAN MATEO, Calif.


Latest IBM cloud computing Reference Libraries

Cloud Computing
2013-01-20 13:45:48

Cloud computing is a term for using resources like hardware and software that are delivered as a service over the internet. The name stems from the use of a cloud shaped symbol for the complex infrastructure that is contained in the system diagrams. A user’s data, software and computation are entrusted to the cloud computing remote services. Types of public cloud computing are as follows: Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), Platform as a service (PaaS), Software as a service (SaaS),...

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