Last year, more than 100,000 developers from 156 nations built 2,500+ applications in Call for Code 2018, an IBM initiative to create meaningful change through technology. This year, it's your turn. Join Call for Code 2019 and you’ll have the opportunity to create sustainable software solutions
According to a recent IDC report, 79 percent of enterprises are currently investing in a hybrid cloud environment or have planned to invest in towards one in the next twelve months. More businesses are looking to do this by adopting public cloud deployments for their data management needs.
The IBM Institute for Business Value found that 85 percent of companies manage a multicloud environment. That means an overwhelming majority of businesses use a multicloud approach to enable greater flexibility and application modernization.
Some companies have found that while some clouds are a
If your business hasn’t already embraced a multiple-cloud strategy, it’s likely that one is in your near future. Recent research shows that 85 percent of companies already operate in multicloud environments, and 98 percent of companies plan to be multicloud by 2021.
While cloud-based platforms
With THINK 2019 just around the corner, 12 through 15 February, there’s no better time to discover the variety of hybrid data management solutions and strategies, along with how each can help uncover actionable insights.
Martec's law states, “Technology changes exponentially; organizations change logarithmically.” Translation? Technology will accelerate faster than companies can adapt to increasing data growth and adopt new business models.
Happy holidays from the Making Data Simple team! Enjoy a rebroadcast of a conversation with Seth Dobrin, Vice President and Chief Data Officer for IBM Analytics, as he and Al explore the strategies and people your company needs to disrupt and succeed in the year ahead. Do you or your team members
On this week's Making Data Simple Podcast, we are joined by Steve Moore, IBM senior content designer and story strategist, along with Aishwarya Srinivasan, IBM data scientist and deep learning researcher. Aishwarya discusses what it means to be a unicorn in an industry and why it is useful to pair