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Who are the top 50 cloud providers?

A new list breaks out the top cloud computing providers in the market.

Is 'big data' the next big thing? Big Blue thinks so.

The concept of big data mining is the latest example of innovative thinking that has been the hallmark of IBM Corp. since its founding in 1911.

IBM sees cloud business reaching $7B

Big Blue takes team approach to winning new business.

What technologies are critical to your company's success?

It's critical for government contractors to stay ahead of the technology curve. Leading CTOs share their insights on the next big thing.

20 capture $1B Justice IT prize

Justice Department awards its IT Support Services IV contract to 20 companies who will now compete for task orders.

COMMENTARY

Why IBM's Watson is good news for government

Watson’s pipelined, pragmatic process demonstrated significant innovations that overcame the type of grand challenges faced every day by the government IT community.

IBM, Juniper launch mobile security team

Juniper brings its technology and IBM its man-power and might to bring mobile security options to the enterprise.

IBM's Watson heads to medical school

IBM partners with Nuance Communications and a pair of medical schools for research on health care analytics.

IBM's 'Jeopardy!' match more than game playing

Watson, IBM's "Jeopardy!" playing computer, is pushing analytics to new levels and has a future beyond TV games shows.

Tech leaders advance $1 trillion productivity agenda

The federal government can save $1 trillion through 2020 by consolidating infrastructure, combining supply chains and reducing energy consumption among other moves.

Who made the biggest deal of 2010?

We rank the biggest and most important mergers and acquisitions of the past year. Who came out on top?

COMMENTARY

9 companies to watch in 2011

The New Year brings challenges and opportunities for many companies. Editor Nick Wakeman picks nine companies worth following in 2011.