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IBM Corp.


IBM’s new security systems unit swells with latest purchase

IBM Corp. expands its new Security Systems division with the acquisition of Q1 Labs, a Waltham, Mass., provider of security intelligence software.

IBM goes on record with $243M National Archives win

The National Archives and Records Administration has closed the book on development of the Electronic Records Archives -- for now.

IBM brings another analytics company under Big Blue umbrella

IBM Corp. continues its international shopping spree for analytics companies with the announced agreement to pay approximately $387 million for Algorithmics, a Toronto-based risk analytics firm.

Big Blue crosses pond to buy UK intell analytics firm

IBM Corp. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire i2 to accelerate its business analytics initiatives and help public- and private-sector clients address crime, fraud and security threats.

General Dynamics, others join protest of VA's $12B T4 contract

The Veterans Affairs Department's $12 billion T4 contract continues to attract protests, with three more filed in recent days.

IBM files protest over VA's $12B T4 contract

The Veterans Affairs' $12 billion T4 contract for IT infrastructure transformation has attracted 10 protests, including the most recent from IBM Corp.

IBM's Watson charts new frontiers for computer science

IBM's "Jeopardy!"-winning computer broadens the boundaries of human-machine interactivity.

Big Blue takes on big data

IBM's chief innovator peers into the 21st century

Bernard Meyerson, IBM's vice president for innovation, connects the company's first 100 years to where IBM is headed.

IBM reveals ambitious channel plans for Netezza

IBM expects half of Netezza data warehouse appliance sales to be sold through the channel.

For 100 years, IBM kept changing in order to stay IBM

There are scads of reasons IBM has survived and thrived over the last century, but not least of them has been technological innovation.

IBM targets $57B market with new 'smart city' package

IBM has released its Intelligent Operations Center for Smarter Cities, designed to help cities of all sizes gain a holistic view of information across city departments and agencies.


What we can learn from IBM's social media policy

IBM could teach government agencies and other contractors about managing Facebook and Twitter.