Tag: IBM

Data Science

IBM says quantum computing could be a big risk to the future of encryption

January 18, 2023

Via: Techradar

A report(opens in new tab) from IBM has claimed quantum computing poses an “existential risk” to the current encryption protocols that secure our most sensitive data, like digital transactions. Protocols like public key cryptography (PKC) are said to be vulnerable […]

Computing, Software & Applications

IBM sues Micro Focus for mainframe software copyright infringement

November 22, 2022

Via: Info World

IBM has filed a civil suit against partner Micro Focus in federal district court in New York, alleging that the British software company had violated its partnership agreement and violated IBM’s patents in selling its “Micro Focus Web Services.”The suit, […]

Computing, Hardware

IBM hails its latest leap forward in quantum computing

November 11, 2022

Via: Techradar

IBM has unveiled a 433 qubit quantum processor that it is championing as a breakthrough moment in the industry. Although still well below the power of what IBM hopes to achieve in future – it plans to have a 4,000 […]

Hacking, Security

Data breaches are more expensive, and more annoying, than ever

July 27, 2022

Via: Techradar

Data breaches are costlier and more impactful than ever before, a wide-ranging study by IBM has found. Surveying 550 organizations from all over the world, the company claims that the global average cost of a data breach has now hit […]

Computing, Hardware

IBM is giving its enterprise server line-up a huge new addition

July 12, 2022

Via: Techradar

IBM is expanding its Power10 line of enterprise servers, introducing new mid-range and scale-out systems. The tech giant said the new launches were engineered for data-intensive workloads such as SAP S/4HANA, and offers additional ways to implement dynamic capacity, including […]

Computing, Software & Applications

IBM Updates Quantum Roadmap for Scalabity, Modularity, K-level Qubit Counts

May 10, 2022

Via: Tom's Hardware

IBM announced a revision of its (originally) 2020 quantum computing roadmap, bringing about a renewed focus in quantum computing scaling by doubling down on modularity and quantum-capable networking. In a day and age where delays are the norm, IBM’s re-commitment […]

Computing, Operating Systems

Windows 11 update will wave goodbye to insecure file-sharing

April 20, 2022

Via: Techradar

Sharing files on Windows 11 will soon be even more secure as Microsoft has announced its plans to finally disable the SMB1 protocol in all editions of its operating system. For those unfamiliar, the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol was […]

Computing, Hardware

IBM is quietly working on making quantum computing more useful

January 25, 2022

Via: Techradar

Quantum computing, the next wave of computational power, is a little limited right now. Don’t just take that from us: IBM itself has said so in a research paper that proposes a method for increasing the applications available for quantum […]

Computing, Hardware

IBM’s new Eagle quantum processor is a 127-qubit chip unmatched by standard computers

November 15, 2021

Via: TechSpot

The IBM Quantum Summit 2021 livestream is scheduled for tomorrow, but the quantum computing giant is already giving us an early look at what will be showcased during the event. Named Eagle, IBM’s new 127-qubit quantum processor is supposedly the […]

Computing, Data Management

More evidence we’re in a multicloud world

November 5, 2021

Via: Info World

Use of single or private cloud has trended downward from 29% in 2019 to only 2% in 2021. This comes from a recent IBM study. In case you think I was burying the lead, this leads to the logical conclusion […]

Internet, Privacy, Security, Wireless & Cloud

Most cloud security problems breathe

May 28, 2021

Via: Info World

A study by Ponemon and IBM indicates that misconfigured cloud servers cause 19% of data breaches. This is an expensive problem with an average cost of half a million dollars per breach. This figure does not consider the potential PR […]

Internet, Wireless & Cloud

Why Microsoft Azure wins with enterprise customers

February 22, 2021

Via: Info World

As the old IT truism goes, nobody ever got fired for buying IBM. Now, in the cloud era, many are starting to apply the same logic to another well-known vendor: Microsoft. For enterprises with extensive Microsoft footprints—spanning Office, Windows, Dynamics, […]

Internet, Wireless & Cloud

IBM adds code risk analyzer to cloud-based CI/CD

November 4, 2020

Via: Info World

Looking to bring security and compliance analytics to devops, IBM has added its Code Risk Analyzer capability to its IBM Cloud Continuous Delivery service. Code Risk Analyzer is described by IBM as a security measure that can be configured to […]

Internet, Wireless & Cloud

The IBM business split: Big Blue places biggest bet yet on hybrid cloud

October 15, 2020

Via: Computer Weekly

Given the company is one year shy of its 110th birthday, there is no denying the endurance of the IBM brand, nor the huge amounts of reinvention the company has had to undergo over the years in order to achieve […]

Internet, Wireless & Cloud

IBM will spinoff legacy business to focus on cloud and AI services

October 9, 2020

Via: The Verge

IBM is splitting into two public companies, with a spin-off handling the firm’s legacy IT infrastructure work, allowing IBM to focus on new high-margin businesses, particularly cloud services and AI. The 109-year-old company announced the news this week, which follows […]

Data Science

It’s not just Google: Amazon, Microsoft, IBM get hospital data, too

January 21, 2020

Via: Mashable

Big data has become big business in healthcare. The public freaked out in November 2019 at the Wall Street Journal’s revelations that Google was taking in non-anonymous healthcare information from hospital network Ascension. Now, a new report from the Journal […]

Privacy, Security

Beware Big Tech’s Data Privacy Doublespeak

January 7, 2019

Via: Fortune

Just a couple months ago, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty inveighed against big tech companies abusing people’s data at a privacy conference in Brussels. She cited a “trust crisis,” ascribing its origins to “the irresponsible handling of personal data by a […]

Hacking, Security

What Are the Security Risks of the Internet of Things?

December 6, 2018

Via: WebPro

IoT devices are just computers so all the threats that we’re used to from the computer world get transferred into any IoT device. In addition, they tend to be low cost, not well designed, built offshore, so they have more […]

Cloud Storage

IBM FlashSystem 9100 Multi-Cloud Solutions Deliver Cloud-Ready Software

July 18, 2018

Via: StorageNewsletter

The solutions extend the capabilities of this NVMe-enabled storage system to help clients on their cloud transformation journey. They bring new efficiencies to the multicloud environment by modernizing data protection, enabling data reuse for development, testing, and analytics, and reducing […]

External hard drive, Hardware

AFA IBM FlashSystem 9100 With PCIe NVMe SSDs and Software

July 16, 2018

Via: StorageNewsletter

IBM believes that today there is only one kind of successful enterprise – the data-driven multi-cloud organization.[1] We can see the needs of data-driven businesses reflected in some of the most powerful trends currently driving enterprise storage: NVMe, AI, multi-cloud, […]