IBM Enabling ‘IT as Electricity’

December 9, 2008

I wrote last week about some of the analyst presentations at Gartner’s annual Data Center Conference, but Gartner’s sages weren’t the only ones talking cloud computing. One very interesting talk began with IBM’s Willy Chiu, vice president of High Performance on Demand Solutions, and concluded with Robert Rosier, founder and CEO of IBM Blue Cloud customer iTricity. Read more…

By Derrick Harris

IBM’s Cloud Strategy: A Little Bit of Everything

October 14, 2008

Following the greater trend toward hybrid delivery models combining in-house and outsourced resources, IBM has once again expanded its cloud computing strategy. Cloud users choosing IBM will have myriad solutions ranging from SaaS to global cloud computing centers to money for building a new datacenter. Read more…

By Dennis Barker

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