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IBM to research 'self-destructing microprocessors' in $3.4m DARPA deal

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US military research establishment to fund research into electronics that can be destroyed remotely
12 Feb 2014

Aer Lingus prepares for VDI takeoff with Tegile

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Peter Gothard hears why the airline decided to eschew its old technology partner EMC and instead underpin its virtualisation and big data strategies with storage from Tegile
07 Feb 2014

From System X to System Ex

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When IBM sold its PC business, observers said its x86 server systems unit would be next in line – now their predictions have come to pass. Graeme Burton reports
31 Jan 2014

Lenovo buys IBM's x86 server business for $2.3bn

IBM System X to become System-Ex with deal to sell the low-end server business to Lenovo
23 Jan 2014

Dell, Fujitsu and Lenovo to fight over IBM's low-end server business

Rumours resurface of IBM plan to off-load ailing x86 server business
22 Jan 2014

IBM suffers from dip in sales, revenues and profits in 2013 - top execs to forgo bonuses

Falls in emerging markets leaves tech giant betting on the cloud
22 Jan 2014

IBM to invest $1.2bn in 15 data centres to expand push into cloud

Global expansion as IBM attempts to double current capacity
17 Jan 2014

IBM to invest $1bn in Watson supercomputer unit

Tech giant aims to source new revenue streams from supercomputer made famous by TV show Jeopardy
09 Jan 2014

Microsoft buys Parature to boost Dynamics CRM platform

Self-service knowledge base and social media integration aimed at helping organisations to better connect with their customers
08 Jan 2014

Lawsuit accuses IBM of collaborating with NSA and hurting business with China

Louisiana Sheriffs' Pension and Relief Fund says IBM should have revealed information sooner
13 Dec 2013

HP shares jump as enterprise division sales rise

CEO Meg Whitman's belief that revenues lost from PC business can be gained from enterprise group is reinforced
27 Nov 2013

Former DWP employee slams department for "risk averse" strategy and seeking tabloid approval

Lead IT suppliers are equally to blame for project flaws, claims ex-consultant
12 Nov 2013

MPs slam DWP for 'alarmingly weak management' of Universal Credit programme

PAC not convinced that the DWP has robust plans to overcome the issues that have plagued the project's progress
07 Nov 2013

The evolution of programming languages

How have programming languages evolved over the past 50 years? How have the early languages influenced later versions, and how are they still used today?
06 Nov 2013

The real Minority Report: Rochester Police Department uses IBM tech to stop crimes before they happen

IBM i2 and Identity Insight have proved 'game-changing' says captain
05 Nov 2013

University Hospitals of Leicester opts for IBM desktop virtualisation solution

Implementation across 14,000 staff designed to reduce desktop costs by 50 per cent and boost patient care
05 Nov 2013

IBM IOD 2013: 20 per cent more big data skills will be required within next five years says IBM

That’s 150,000 new roles urgently needed in US alone, says BI chief Rechan
04 Nov 2013

IBM IOD 2013: IBM gets serious about big data with a brace of new product announcements

'We’re on the cusp of tremendous change' says Le Blanc
04 Nov 2013

IBM withdraws from battle with Amazon over $600m CIA cloud computing contract

US government's need to move forward cited as reason for discontinuing legal action
31 Oct 2013

The Top 5 IT budget killers and how CIOs avoid them

There are certain elements of the IT estate that have a habit of springing nasty surprises on those drawing up the annual budget. In this documentary we speak to IBM, and the CIOs of Marks & Spencer and Network Rail to find out how they avoid the IT budget killers
30 Oct 2013

IBM to acquire Dublin-based analytics firm The Now Factory

The Now Factory's software allows communications service providers to analyse customers' usage of 3G and 4G
02 Oct 2013

Capita and IBM battle for London’s congestion charge scheme

Capita is the frontrunner for contract commencing October 2015
01 Oct 2013

RBS to spend £300m on Williams & Glyn's IT system

IBM and Infosys said to have been hired to lead the project to build the new system
01 Oct 2013

The home computing era: From conception to consumerisation

Apple's iPhones and iPads have led the era of consumerisation, but their adoption would not have been possible without the advent of the home computing era which began in earnest in the early 1980s.
30 Sep 2013