International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE: IBM), or IBM, is an American multinational technology and consulting corporation, with headquarters in Armonk, New York, United States. IBM manufactures and markets computer hardware and software, and offers infrastructure, hosting and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology.
BlackBerry is barely getting its bearings back, but now Apple Inc. and IBM Corp. have forged a global alliance that will see both develop business-focused mobile apps that threaten to eat into the Canadian
IBM has enhanced its partner program to provide training and support geared towards bolstering sales on the four key areas or cloud, analytics, mobile, security and social media. The new initiative turns the
Picture technicians at the Toronto-facility of Celestica Inc. are working on the prototype of an adhesive bandage that will eventually contain sensors that report on a user’s heart rate, temperature and even sweat rate among other
Value added distributor Arrow Electronics Inc. announced that New Horizons Worldwide Inc. has joined the company's global training alliance. New Horizons is an independent IT training company that focuses primarily on Microsoft and Cisco Systems.
Canada Post has recently completed a project with Tangentia Inc, a Toronto-based boutique IT consulting and outsourcing firm which integrated the crown corporation’s shipping services systems with IBM’s WebSphere Commerce platform. The company
BlackBerry Enterprise Services 10 offers the lowest cost migration path compared to other major enterprise mobile management solutions, according to a recent report from market analyst and forecasting firm Strategy Analytics. The firm
Regulatory approval of Lenovo’s acquisition of IBM’s x86 server business is still pending but the world’s second largest server vendor has lost no time in warning channel partners of the uncertainties associated with
TAMPA BAY – There’s an e-word tossed around a lot here at this week’s IBM’s SmarterCommerce conference, and it’s not e-commerce: It’s “experience.” Almost every presentation by an IBM official and almost every case
TAMPA -- John Mesberg, IBM’s vice-president of commerce solutions, oversees a broad a portfolio of products and services for procurement, supply chain and e-commerce buyers of technology that companies can match. It’s so
TAMPA -- IBM has no shortage of software for helping organizations with what is broadly called customer engagement – everything from analytics to price optimization – and separate channels for selling them. To