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IBM’s New Software Lines Aim to Adopt Cloud, Big Data Tech for Mobile

IBM's New Software Lines Aim to Adopt Cloud, Big Data Tech for Mobile - top government contractors - best government contracting event

IBMlogoIBM has developed new software and services intended to help enterprises adopt and integrate cloud, big data, mobile and social technologies to manage business processes.

MessageSight aims to help organizations connect their existing infrastructures with billions of mobile devices and sensors embedded inside automobiles, traffic management systems, buildings and home appliances, the company said Monday.

The company also unified its business process management and operational decision management with the MobileFirst portfolio, available as a software-as-a-service offering in SmartCloud, to help customers integrate decision making tools into mobile apps.

IBM concurrently launched the Blueworks Live, a SaaS-based cloud service intended to help clients see how businesses operates.

Additionally, the company launched a new BPM industry product line for customers in the banking, insurance and financial markets and healthcare sectors to develop strategies for meeting customers' needs.

Those new offerings include a new application programming interface to extend products and services to mobile platforms, a WebSphere application server for open standards protocols and an integration buts to extend data to mobile platforms.

IBM plans deliver these technologies on an open architecture and collaborate with the OpenStack community, aiming to bridge customers' infrastructures and the mobile devices.

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