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Why SDI Will Rock Digital Transformation

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Digital transformation enables organizations to leverage their structured and unstructured data with advanced analytics and machine learning, in the form of cognitive computing, to anticipate and respond to business shifts. This gives businesses the IT flexibility, and the business agility, to deal with changing business conditions. IBM’s InterConnect Conference in Las Vegas focused on digital transformation, which leverages hybrid cloud services to deliver advanced data services to business end-users. In an age when the focus is focused on software and cloud, it’s important to note that a new generation of software-enabled hardware infrastructure (SDI) is increasingly taking center stage. It will...
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Will VMware be Lucky Again?

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VMware is at an interesting crossroads of its existence. The company has been around for 15 years and has evolved dramatically from the company that filled a niche in the market for non-mainframe server virtualization. In those early days, VMware was small and unintimidating and pretty much the only game in down. Over the next several years it evolved into a powerhouse in server virtualization – in essence owning the market. The company was sold to EMC in 2004 and three years later, EMC took the company public with 15% of the company’s shares. Today, VMware stands at an important...
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“Green” in the office or in the home often starts with the addition of recycling bins or changing to more energy efficient light bulbs. For example, an office I know well recently announced a cost cutting measure that would also be environmentally friendly. Signs were posted in all office kitchens indicating that the office was going “green” by eliminating the supply of plastic cups and that everyone should bring in their own mug.   I thought of this symbolic office initiative and how small it is while I was at HP's Analyst meeting in Boston last week and listened to Randy...
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