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***********/services/us/cio/?cm_mmc=agus_cioviddistr-20100219-uscxv100-_-v-_-infrastructure-_-metacafe IBM offers dynamic infrastructure solutions that solve business problems in a changing environment. VO: Every day, our planet is becoming more instrumented, interconnected and intelligent. And businesses have to act quickly to meet the changing needs of customers and partners around the world. CIOs need an IT infrastructure that can keep up. One that enables them to respond to these changes as rapidly as they occur. And deliver new services with agility and speed. IBM can help CIOs build a smarter, more dynamic infrastructure. From power grids that can match supply with demand to railway systems that can predict and schedule their own maintenance, we’re already helping companies around the world improve service and reduce operating costs, such as energy and web hosting costs, by up to 50%.
19 Apr 2010
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***********/services/us/cio/?cm_mmc=agus_cioviddistr-20100219-uscxv100-_-v-_-intelligence-_-metacafe Researchers at IBM analyze data to produce competitive insights that help make more informed business decisions. VO: Digital information. It’s growing at an unprecedented rate. Nearly 15 petabytes of data are created every year. That’s eight times the amount of information held in all the libraries in the U.S. And as our planet becomes more instrumented, interconnected and intelligent, this flood of information will continue. So how do we make sense of it all? IBM is helping CIOs gain control of their data…and turn it into not just organized information, but actionable intelligence. IBM has 4,000 Business Analytics consultants and 450 researchers and mathematicians dedicated to identifying trends, patterns and anomalies that help CIOs make smarter, more informed business decisions.
12 Mar 2010
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***********/services/us/cio/?cm_mmc=agus_cioviddistr-20100219-uscxv100-_-v-_-change-_-metacafe IBM helps businesses navigate through turbulent times reflective of the economic environment. Business agility forces people to reinvent business by seeking new technology solutions. VO: 83% of CEOs anticipate turbulent change, yet admit they lack the ability to handle that change effectively. So what should be done? In the midst of economic uncertainty and unprecedented change, CIOs are being asked to use technology to create smarter, more agile businesses. But what if they could do even more? Can CIOs not only find ways to survive the financial crisis, but actually help businesses to thrive? Working with IBM, CIOs can identify new ways to leverage technology and invest in IT initiatives that will bring greater value to the company. Today, IBM is helping over 20,000 companies optimize their business by doing just that. The world is changing. So should business.
12 Mar 2010
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***********/services/us/cio/?cm_mmc=agus_cioviddistr-20100219-uscxv100-_-v-_-work-_-metacafe IBM collaboration solutions help CIOs work smarter by connecting employees through knowledge sharing, thus improving processes for business efficiency. VO: The average employee loses 5.3 hours per week on inefficient processes. Two thirds of employees believe there are colleagues who can help them do their jobs better, they just don’t know how to find them – and 42% of people say they are forced to make decisions with the wrong information at least once a week. Turns out, the way we work isn’t working. But what if there was a way for CIOs to take the busyness out of business? There is, and IBM can help. Every day, IBM helps millions of employees from companies around the world gain instant access to people and information through collaboration solutions. Optimizing talent and technology? That’s working smarter, not harder.
16 Mar 2010
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***********/services/us/cio/?cm_mmc=agus_cioviddistr-20100219-uscxv100-_-v-_-infrastructure-_-metacafe IBM offers dynamic infrastructure solutions that solve business problems in a changing environment.
17 Mar 2010
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23 Mar 2010
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IBM today announced that it has received the 2010 National Public Service Award from the American Bar Association (ABA) in recognition of the company's dedication to providing free legal assistance to nonprofit organizations.
30 Mar 2010
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In today's challenging economic environment, technology start-ups can struggle to bring new ideas to market. In response, IBM (NYSE: IBM) today opened its resources to these companies in a new initiative to help this next generation of entrepreneurs capture emerging business opportunities in fast-growing industries such as energy and utilities, health care, telecommunications and government. The IBM Global Entrepreneur initiative provides start-ups with no-charge access to industry-specific technologies in a cloud computing environment. Under the new program, IBM will provide access to its Research community as well as sales, marketing and technical skills.
31 Mar 2010
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***********/services/us/cio/?cm_mmc=agus_cioviddistr-20100219-uscxv100-_-v-_-outsourcing-_-metacafe Outsourcing to IBM can help CIOs free up much-needed time to focus on innovation and growth and ultimately improve financial performance. VO: CIOs spend 45% of their day bogged down on routine IT operations. An enormous amount of time NOT spent innovating, enhancing, developing new technologies and pushing leading-edge initiatives. Which raises the obvious question: If innovation drives businesses forward, shouldn’t CIOs spend even more time doing it? To free up much-needed time, 56% of CIOs rely on third-parties like IBM to handle day-to-day IT. With industry and tech experts in 173 countries worldwide, IBM easily manages companies’ IT infrastructures, applications and business processes. Sending IT management beyond the office not only increases efficiency and improves financial performance. It frees CIOs to focus on innovation and growth.
7 Apr 2010
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Columbia University and IBM Connect to Prepare Students With Resources and Skills for the Growing Green Job Market
21 Apr 2010
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Join OpTier at IBM IMPACT 2010 in Las Vegas, May 2-7. OpTier’s senior sales engineer, Eva Tuczai gives some upcoming highlights of OpTier’s participation at the show. Remember what happens in Vegas, happens in the z-Zone!
5 May 2010
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***********/innovation/us/smarterplanet/index.shtml?url=midsized_business/engines/gsms&cmp=agus_mmspv_20100203&cm=v&csr=bh1&cr=m&ct=usmmvid1&cm_mmc=agus_mmspv_20100203-usmmvid1-_-v-_-bh1-_-m\ Find out how IBM and our Business Partners worked with GSMS, a midsize pharmaceutical company, to help protect patients by using RFID technology and to innovate its package tracking system in order to strengthen its anti-counterfeiting operations to make prescription drugs safer.
13 May 2010
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***********/software/tivoli/products/composite-application-mgrproductline/?cmp=agus_itspsmism-20100512&cm=v&csr=ibmvoracle&cr=m&ct=usitp200&cm_mmc=agus_itspsmism-20100512-usitp200-_-v-_-ibmvoracle-_-m Blair Drenner speaks about BM’s investment in integration of the data and leveraging the same interface, creating a much larger return on investment. It is allowing businesses to bring together the network administrators, system administrators, database administrators into a single group, trained in the same manor/tools while deep diving into the appropriate area leveraging their area of expertise to quickly pinpoint and solve a problem instead of seeing the same issue in an environment from different vantage points and spending needless cycles working separately. "Customers are increasingly shifting focus on cost reduction efforts; primarily around efficiency & consolidation of service management solutions. In the past, within an IT organization, there were various groups looking into the state of enterprise resources with different tools, different interfaces and separate data stores. IBM’s investment in integration of the data and leveraging the same interface creates a much larger return on investment for our clients. It is allowing businesses to bring together the network administrators, system administrators, database administrators into a single group, trained in the same manor/tools while deep diving into the appropriate area leveraging their area of expertise to quickly pinpoint and solve a problem instead of seeing the same issue in an environment from different vantage points and spending needless cycles working separately. So let’s take the example of a company who is running a Siebel solution. Oracle will provide a solution that monitors their Siebel application claiming they can do that better than other vendors. However, This view is very myopic as Seibel is not just a simple application with one layer. Behind the single Siebel “application” itself lies several complex components that make up the overall service that Siebel provides. This would include such things as the the application server, a database, hardware and supporting network infrastructure in addition to the management software to ensure this composite application is secure from internal and external threats, fail safe, and the SLA’s are being met in terms of quality and availability of the service. If a disk goes down on one of the primary boxes hosting the Siebel application, if the IT organization is running an Oracle tool to monitor Siebel, a Microsoft product to monitor their x86 systems hardware, a Cisco tools to monitor network traffic, and IBM to monitor the database you may have a problematic situation. First, a person from each of those IT tooling groups will be looking at the same problem, using different interfaces and having no idea they are related or that someone else is also looking at the problem. The system tool will surely know the disk is down, the Seibel monitor will know Seibel is down but may not be able to tell you specifically why, the network monitor may detect the packets are not arriving to the machine but again does not know it is related to a disk problem, etc. At this point, the data can be very misleading, cause finger pointing and looking into the wrong area and ultimately drastically slowing down the response time to fix the issue. One differentiator of IBM is that we can visualize, control, and automate all the components for the customer from the Siebel application to the underlying databases, middleware components and specific devices such as routers, servers and disks within the platform. We can even monitor custom or homegrown applications. Of course, I selected Siebel to talk about IBM’s strengths even monitoring Oracle’s own applications but as you know, an enterprise will have a vast amount of items to monitor including such things as SAP, Websphere, Exchange, etc that extend far out of reach of Oracle’s capabilities and necessitating more point products in the environment, each with separately infrastructures, training requirements, etc. Whereas, IBM can manage all of these items with the same solution set. IBM has a plethora of solutions that provide value to IT such as tools for predictive analytics, which focuses on proactively alerting customers about potential risks by predictive trending capabilities and helping to fix problem areas instead of the historical way of simply reacting when an end user is already impacted by an issue. The common interface and the integrated / shared data warehouse among the IBM Tivoli monitoring solutions help to provide context to a problem especially in composite environment and helps with quick diagnosis.. With IBM, it is possible to find the root cause of the issue across all domains and enabling groups to drill down from the business view into the specific area that caused it from a single interface, using some of the best diagnostics tools in the industry. This greatly masks the complexity and truly gives the company a much larger return on investment as the real cost savings occurs when the service downtime is reduced and IT expenditure is lowered because of smarter service management of the IT infrastructure. This is something Oracle is considerably lacking compared to IBM. In order to do Smarter Service management, it is important to have best practice and a vendor with expertise to ensure success in your project. The reality is that you probably will not have a single vendor for all of your IT needs. So, to have a company that is open, allowing you to leverage existing investment while bringing smarter service management components together in an integrated fashion is crucial. It is also important to have those best practices be ITIL aligned – for instance, ensuring changes are in line with a change management process workflow for remediation of issues and planned deployments can avoid large downtime risk. All of these elements will not take place overnight but to have a strong partner to work with to create a long term strategy to maintain competitiveness in the business by driving efficient IT operation to run the business is key."
14 May 2010
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