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IBM (NYSE: IBM) -- New technologies and services for businesses, governments designed to tackle massive growth and mobility of data; skyrocketing energy costs, security concerns and more demanding consumers; -- Largest information infrastructure launch ever for the company that invented the disk drive, relational database -- more than 30 new and upgraded information infrastructure technologies and services unveiled; -- $2 billion investment; three years and more than 2,500 IBM...
ACI Worldwide, a provider of software for electronic payment systems, has released a new version of its Proactive Risk Manager, a fraud monitoring and detection solution.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced it led all vendors worldwide in identity and access management security software in 2007, according to a new report from independent analyst firm IDC.(1) IBM also today announced the availability of new IBM Tivoli Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-On software, redesigned based on technology from IBM's March 2008 Encentuate, Inc.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced it is investing US$300 million to construct 13 Business Resilience service delivery centers in 10 countries in 2008, increasing its ability to address surging demand from businesses and governments from around the world seeking to keep their operations safe from disruption.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced new software and services for mobile devices that closely mimic desktop features formerly found only on the PC.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a new suite of integrated data protection solutions designed to help customers of all sizes deal with ever-increasing volumes of information and increased pressure to retain and rapidly recover data to meet legal and regulatory requirements.
Johnson Controls, a provider integrated technologies to create smart environments, has integrated IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Energy Management software to help make data centers more energy efficient and sustainable.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that Gartner, Inc. has positioned IBM in the Leader Quadrant of its latest Magic Quadrant for user provisioning (1).
But its attempt to take shots at a competitor fly back in its face as EMC dismisses announcement as part of a battle for second place in the sector NEW YORK - IBM says its new Fibre Channel disk-based storage systems can bridge enterprise and midrange environments by bringing high end functions to smaller storage servers and ease of use to its high-end products.