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IBM announced today that the Korean credit card company, Lotte Card, which services a wide network of retailers including department stores, hypermarkets and cinemas, is collaborating with IBM Services to transition its entire enterprise system, including mission critical and core financial accounting systems, to a hybrid cloud environment ...
Business Wire 06/04/2020 10:07
As a member of the Intel Partner Alliance Program, Insight also tests and evaluates Intel's OpenVINO software and collaborates with other B2B partners to fast track market-ready solutions.
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Finextra Research (EU) 06/04/2020 08:15
Along with renewing their existing relationship, the recent agreements are also focused on accelerating innovation and digital transformation, while also strengthening the longtime collaboration between IBM and the bank, chaired by Jordi Gual and CEO Gonzalo Gortázar.
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Express Computer 06/04/2020 07:26
Commenting on the announcement, Sandip Patel, General Manager, IBM India/South Asia said, “In these unprecedented times, access to accurate information plays a critical role in allaying fears, dispelling myths and building trust among citizens.
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Benzinga 06/04/2020 03:00
To meet the need for innovation with speed, as well as deliver applications and services with minimal cost and risk, Lotte Card plans to leverage open, hybrid cloud technologies from IBM and Red Hat to introduce a diverse set of new digital services for its Korean customer base.
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VentureBeat 06/03/2020 11:07
From there, IBM explains how the Q Network platform works, how partners can access it, and what support they get from IBM.
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CRN - ChannelWeb 06/03/2020 10:26
Partners across the globe are increasingly turning to CrowdStrike as their partner of choice as Symantec abandons large segments of the market and customers desperately need to protect the remote workforce.
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Economic Times (India) 06/03/2020 08:13
IBM’s collaboration with Persistent provides important skills to help enterprise businesses accelerate the migration of their critical workloads to the IBM public cloud,” said Cameron Clayton, General Manager Cloud Ecosystem and Weather, IBM.
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Vizient, a healthcare performance improvement company, has entered into a partnership with IBM Watson Health that is intended to help each company better serve its customers in areas including performance benchmarking, strategic planning, and clinical and operational performance.
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