IBM is an American multinational technology and consulting corporation.

IBM is a multinational technology and consulting company that is headquartered in Armonk, New York and was founded in 1911 by Thomas J. Watson. IBM is the largest technology and consulting company in the world with over 380,000 employees in over 170 countries.


In 2018, IMB was granted the most patents in a given year to an American company with 9,100 patents, including 3,000+ patents in the fields of quantum computing, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence (1,600 patents). IFI CLAIMS Patent Services announced as of January 2019 IBM has received the most U.S. patents every year compared to every other American companies for 26 consecutive years (from 1992 to 2018).


June 9, 2020

IBM CEO Arvind Krishna announces that the company would no longer sell facial recognition services, calling for a "national dialogue" on whether it should be used at all.

June 8, 2020

Wipro and IBM announce collaboration to develop hybrid cloud offering.

March 20, 2020

IBM and Amazon announce programs to encourage developers find solutions to a variety of problems related to COVID - 19.

July 9, 2019

IBM acquires Red Hat for $34 billion


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IBM Cognos Business Intelligence

IBM Cognos Business Intelligence is a business intelligence company that provides a wide range of functionality to help companies understand their organization's data

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IBM tops U.S. patent list -- again

January 8, 2019




Michael Cooney
October 8, 2020
Network World
IBM plans to dedicate itself to hybrid cloud, AI, quantum computing, and mainframe technologies, and is breaking out its $19B Managed Infrastructure Services group in order to do so.
Lee Hutchinson
October 8, 2020
Ars Technica
As-yet unnamed "NewCo" will handle IBM's "managed infrastructure services."
Naomi Oreskes
August 24, 2020
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
Sai Ishwar
August 21, 2020
Learning will be for emergency technologies and professional development, says company.
Stephen Nellis | Reuters
August 17, 2020
IBM has long focused on high-performance computing systems, with three of the worlds top-ten fastest supercomputers using its chips
August 14, 2020
Playground App, backed by ad agency Anomaly, is thrilled to launch its new iPhone and Android apps today, marking a pivot from its previous life as a personalized event curator to a virtual experience and activism discovery app. Current features let users follow friends' playlists and make plans in a transformed world, while functional tools like ticketing, livestream linking, SMS reminders, and calendar syncing serve both sides of the new virtual events marketplace. The team works with t...
Cade Metz
August 8, 2020
One of the few women in the computer industry in its early days, she paved the way for the efficient, lightning-fast apps of today.
Dan Goodin
July 17, 2020
Ars Technica
IBM researchers steal 40GB of data from group targeting presidential campaigns.
Andy Greenberg
July 16, 2020
IBM's X-Force security team obtained five hours of APT35 hacking operations, showing exactly how the group breaks into email accounts--and who it's targeting.
Taylor Hatmaker
July 15, 2020
In a set of new lawsuits, two Illinois residents argue that three tech giants violated state laws prohibiting the use of personal biometric data without permission. Illinois residents Steven Vance and Tim Janecyk allege that images of their faces appeared in IBM's "Diversity in Faces" database without their consent and were used to train facial [...]
Jim Salter
July 10, 2020
Ars Technica
The ties between the Open Usage Commons and Google may be too strong and clear.
Lauren Coffey
July 1, 2020
As the first half of the year comes to a close, Tampa Bay tech companies aren't letting the continuous coronavirus pandemic slow them from moving forward. Local companies not only continued to fill C-level and executive spots, but drew in talent from across the nation. From Nielsen to IBM, Tegna to DXC, we've got the rundown of who moved where in June. • Nickelytics, the marketing tech startup that you most likely know for leaving Italy while in a TechStars accelerator, will now be bringing a piece of that experience with them to Tampa. Anthony DeRico, a former sales director of the North American branch for Techstars, will be joining Nickelytics as its new head of sales. DeRico has also worked for Nielsen and New York City-based startup Skift. • Moffitt Cancer Center has taken its innovation involvement one step further with its latest hire. Elizabeth Lindsay-Wood has been hired as vice president and chief information officer for Moffitt. Her role will be leading the hospital system's
Brent Wistrom
June 30, 2020
Tech can do better.'s organizers want to get the document in front of as many people as possible. And, already, they've found support from a yet unnamed Fortune 50 company as well as tech workers in every major U.S. tech hub from Silicon Valley to New York.
David Streitfeld
June 29, 2020
As the coronavirus keeps spreading, employers are convinced remote work has a bright future. Decades of setbacks suggest otherwise.
Swaraj Singh Dhanjal
June 24, 2020
Blackstone aims to sell Embassy Office Parks REIT units worth $257 million through a block trade.The trade is happening in a price band of ₹340-350 per unit, which is a discount of 3.5-6.7% to the closing price of Tuesday
June 18, 2020
The IBM Enterprise Cloud Architecture Unit would include technical professionals from both companies
June 15, 2020
Infosys was the first systems integrator to collaborate with IBM to help its clients migrate to cloud in early March. Recently Wipro too collaborated with the firm.
Tom Simonite
June 12, 2020
Amazon, Microsoft, and IBM say they want federal rules around the technology. Critics of the proposal, sponsored by four Democrats, say it doesn't go far enough.
Don Tapscott
June 12, 2020
Harvard Business Review
Your medical information should belong to you.
Karen Weise and Natasha Singer
June 10, 2020
The company said it hoped the moratorium "might give Congress enough time to put in place appropriate rules" for the technology.


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