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IBM and Vencore have partnered to hold a competition for developers to build cloud-based predictive analytics and mobile software applications that can help emergency response organizations carry out their missions. The First Responder Application Challenge is meant to encourage development of a fully functioning app that will run on IBM’s Bluemix cloud platform or Vencore’s Intelligent Data Exploitation […] More
Five companies have joined IBM's cloud ecosystem to deliver hybrid cloud services to the U.S. federal government. IBM said Tuesday that Arrow, Avnet Government Solutions, Ingram Micro, Tech Data and ViON will incorporate the IBM cloud system into their respective offerings as part of the partnership. “With our partners, we have a strong understanding of the […] More
An IBM subsidiary has been awarded a five-year contract from the U.S. Peace Corps to provide a cloud-based technology for the agency to recruit and engage volunteers. Kenexa will help the Peace Corps implement IBM’s recruitment and talent management platform that is designed to run on a SoftLayer cloud infrastructure designed for government organizations, IBM said Thursday. […] More
IBM has been authorized to offer government agencies a cloud-based mobile device management platform through the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program. This is the first instance of an enterprise mobility management offering to receive a provisional authority-to-operate designation from the FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board, the company said Wednesday. IBM’s MaaS360 enterprise mobility system will be available for […] More
IBM has been approved by the Federal Communications Commission to host federal workloads in the company's Softlayer cloud environment, Nextgov reported Thursday. Frank Konkel writes IBM's Ashburn, Virginia and Richardson, Texas-based data centers received the FCC's authorization to run government applications. “IBM’s federal cloud business has reached another milestone as we continue to work with federal agencies […] More
The U.S. Army has adopted an IBM Hybrid Cloud to add analytics and mobile functions to the branch’s Logistics Support Activity, a service that provides data support to decision makers in Army missions around the world. LOGSA has worked to record 40 million data transactions per day since the transition to the IBM cloud platform in 2014, the company said Wednesday. According to […] More
Anne Altman, general manager of U.S. federal and government industries at IBM, has been appointed a member of the board of directors at manufacturing firm SPX Corp. and will serve a three-year term. SPX Chairman, President and CEO Christopher Kearney said Monday Altman brings experience in marketing, workforce optimization and organizational management. “Drawing on her many years of experience with IBM, Anne is well […] More
Anne Altman, general manager for IBM‘s U.S. federal business, suggests that a blend of public and private cloud elements could offer government agencies more control and better security, Nextgov reported Monday. She writes that the hybrid model is gaining traction in the federal market as agencies migrate their information technology functions to the cloud. “It […] More
IBM has established new data centers that will offer a SoftLayer infrastructure-as-a-service platform designed to help federal clients manage and secure their workloads on premise or in the cloud. The SoftLayer cloud facilities are built to host 30,000 servers and share a private computer network connectivity of up to 2,000 gigabytes per second, IBM said […] More
  IBM has launched marketing campaigns to offer its Watson computing technology in the federal market with the goal of helping agencies manage health records, the Washington Post reported Monday. Mohana Ravindranath writes that IBM professionals went to Capitol Hill last year to demonstrate the computer’s potential clinical applications to lawmakers. The company also hopes […] More
IBM has moved to help address healthcare technology demand in the U.S. public sector market through a series of investments into the company’s federal healthcare practice. The company has launched Watson-based big data services for clinical care and data management initiatives with its research arm and appointed Keith Salzman as chief medical information officer, IBM said […] More
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