Tag Archives: data protection

September 12, 2019

IBM z15: The Next Generation Expands Z Capabilities for Security in Hybrid Clouds

By Jean S. Bozman IBM applied the design thinking to its flagship IBM Z mainframe system, the IBM z15. Based on customer feedback over the last four years, IBM has made management easier and provides administrators greater visibility into the system, while supporting cloud-native development, containers and migration to hybrid clouds. The system includes 25% […]

April 2, 2019

Bridging the Clouds: IBM Storage Announcements Focus on Hybrid Cloud and Multi-Cloud Data

By Jean S. Bozman Hybrid clouds and multi-clouds, spanning enterprise data centers, private clouds and public clouds, are placing a new set of requirements on customers’ storage systems. Customers must deal with the new realities of cloud migration, protecting older applications and data – while supporting for new generation of cloud-native applications deployed with containers. […]

August 23, 2018

IBM Storage’s SDI Group Announces New MultiCloud Solutions

By Jean S. Bozman IBM is targeting multicloud storage as a growth area for its IBM Storage systems and IBM software-defined storage products. On Aug. 14, 2018, the company expanded multicloud support across its portfolio of software-defined infrastructure (SDI) solutions. The announcements build on earlier IBM Storage announcements for products, features and solutions for simplified […]

June 28, 2018

IBM CDO Conference: The Chief Data Officer Role Is Evolving

By Jean S. Bozman Chief Data Officers (CDOs) have a weighty responsibility: they are “on point” to find the actionable insights and data trends from analysis of data lakes, data repositories and virtual “seas” of data flowing across their large organizations. Data silos, different data formats – and organizational changes combining disparate data systems – […]