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IBM to acquire cloud cybersecurity provider Spanugo

The Armonk-based IBM stated it would integrate Spanugo’s software into its public cloud.

Gartner forecasts 8% decline in global IT spending

The one subsegment forecast for increased spending is cloud computing.

Is cloud computing really safe?

"It's just someone else’s computer," said Michael Schechter, president and CEO at Computer Experts Group Ltd. in Katonah.

IBM breaks record for most corporate patents in single year

IBM credited the patents to contributions from more than 8,500 inventors working in 45 states and 54 countries.

IBM debuts cloud computing platform for financial services industry

The new platform was developed in collaboration with Bank of America.

IBM transitions software portfolio to be cloud-native

"IBM is unleashing its software from the data center to fuel the enterprise workload race to the cloud," said Senior Vice President Arvind Krishna.

IBM teams with AT&T on new strategic alliance

IBM will make AT&T Business its primary provider of software-defined networking.

Ash Creek Enterprises seeks to smoke out cybersecurity threats

When the IT consultancy first opened 20 years ago, mainframes and dumb terminals were considered cutting-edge.

HealthPrize Technologies taps John Monahan to become president

Monahan was previously president and later CEO of Zitter Health Insights, and was earlier the senior vice president of corporate services at Barnabas Health.

Crown World Mobility acquires British cloud tech firm

Crown World Mobility is a division of the Crown Worldwide Group, a Hong Kong-headquartered transportation, relocation services, logistics and storage services provider.

Datto acquired by investment firm and merged into Autotask

Datto CEO Austin McChord will continue as the chief executive of the merged entity, which will have 1,300 employees and offices in nine countries.

Pitney Bowes debuts cloud-based small business program

This is the second upgrade in a week to Pitney Bowes’ existing business services – last week, the company debuted its SendPro C-Series.

Xerox sets sights on small and midsize businesses

“There are probably less than one percent of companies on the planet that are using technology to its maximum effectiveness,” Dezvane commented.

Xerox debuts ‘largest product launch’ with 29-device line

ConnectKey-enabled printers and multifunction devices to be sold under VersaLink and AltaLink brands.

Pitney Bowes, IBM to develop hybrid services

A collaboration of IBM's cloud computing and Pitney Bowes' location services is on the horizon