IBM looked past Red Hat to start with Novell's Suse Linux in its mainframe strategy.
In a move rumored for months, Big Blue to pay $5 billion in cash for the business intelligence company to fill out its information management portfolio.
IBM just removed more choice from the market. Should we be concerned?
The tech giant announces the creation of services to help corporations use big data in the battle against white-collar crime.
Benchmark keeps investing in open source. These guys can't be stopped...or topped.
Blue Insight--Big Blue's massive business analytics cloud--is will hold more than a petabyte of data.
We used to care about carving out a definition of an open-source company. No one used more digital ink on the topic than I did. But the distinction makes less and less sense.
Tired of feeding IBM? Try some open-source products and realize millions in cost savings.
Microsoft, IBM, and Oracle take the top three spots in IDC's latest Software Industry report. Can these giants continue to grow?