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The software products in scope represent a total addressable market of more than $50 billion and include Appscan, BigFix, Unica, Commerce, Notes & Domino among others.
The deal, once goes through, will make IBM top Hybrid Cloud provider in an emerging $1 trillion growth market.
Comprehensive Integrated Border Management System will eliminate need for soldiers to stand guard 24x7 on border
The US-based company launched 'Watson decision platform for agriculture' globally, eyeing the USD 2.4-trillion agriculture market.
Bureaucrats said the state government’s key weather-related decisions including the opening of dam shutters, evacuation of people, etc are guided based on the forecast of IMD among other things.
Seema Kumar, country leader, Developer Ecosystem & Start-ups at IBM, said that India has 3.5 million developers who can create innovative solutions to minimise the impact caused by natural disasters.
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM), Bengaluru is gearing up for ‘Utopia 2018’– The International Cultural Fest starting tomorrow.
The findings showed that data breaches are most costly in the US ($7.91 million) and the Middle East ($5.31 million), and least costly in Brazil ($1.24 million) and India ($1.77 million).
The Pixxel team is working on solutions to various problems by using satellite tech and AI while also gunning for the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE.
ROSATOM has tied up with India- based Core Energy Systems with an eye on implementing Comprehensive Integrated Border Management System along the 2,900km India-Pakistan border.
The comments come amid rising concerns about the information technology sector from a workforce intake perspective.
International Business Machines Corp posted profit margins that fell short of Wall Street expectations on Tuesday, a sign that its reinvention was taking time.
The announcement in this regard was made here jointly by BSE Institute Limited MD and CEO Ambarish Datta and IBMC Global Networks CEO.
According to Bluewolf's "Annual State of Salesforce" report, 88 per cent of IT professionals.
It reads like a scene from a classic sci-fi flick. But it’s not. It is really a human talking to a machine - a machine being built by 14-year-old Indian-origin whiz kid Tanmay Bakshi, who is currently