Backed by $1 billion in R&D, IBM's mainframe gets record speed and storage to handle heavy-duty business.
In exchange for information about sensitive information, such as identifying network vulnerabilities or attacks, the government will share this benchmarking data that's given to it anonymously with any other utility that participates in the information-sharing.
Here's a fond look back at the Personal System/2 series of PCs, which embarrassed IBM in the late 1980s but shaped the modern PC you know today.
The risks associated with BYOD and cloud storage services highlight a problem IT shops now face: The potential loss of corporate data to an insecure public cloud.
Your laptop will get less spacesick than you.
Many obsolete technologies persist from less ancient times to today. A brief tour through these technological fossils offers a lesson on the durability of items we may consider ephemeral.
IBM researchers have developed a prototype optical chip that can transfer data at 1Tbps (terabit per second).
IBM researchers for the first time have succeeded in imaging how charge is distributed inside a single molecule, which is a fundamental research breakthrough.
Lotus Symphony 3.0.1, launched last week, marks the end of the line before IBM shifts its focus to OpenOffice instead.