IBM Integrated Multivendor Support provides lifecycle-based recommendations concerning what hardware should be kept on OEM maintenance, moved to IBM maintenance or replaced. We help you streamline multivendor support by serving as a single point of contact and accountability.
The transformation imperative is now the imperative of the entire enterprise. The challenge to leaders of top financial services firms is to build operating models that are ready for anything. Join American Banker Editor-at-Large, Penny Crosman, and former IBM Global leader for strategy and design, Robert Schwartz, as they discuss this idea, pulling clips from a recent event for industry leaders, including: Bridget van Kalingen, IBM on redefining success with cloud, AI, quantum and blockchain Shari van Cleave, Wells Fargo on rethinking data strategies in the age of AI Bret King, Moven on rebuilding the bank from the ground up Rob Bauer, AIG on the ways to get started with transformative projects Marty Lippert, MetLife on creating space for innovation by migrating core operations off of legacy infrastructure and many more
Picking the right servers, storage systems and management software is essential to successful IT consolidation initiatives. In the past, either scaling up (bigger, faster servers) or scaling out (more servers) would have been the answer. But one platform does not fit all needs. Scaling right means picking the scaleup or scale-out approach—or combination of the two—that best fits each situation.
Clients setting up smaller offices want to invest in the same type of technology as their larger competitors. Larger clients setting up remote branches need compute power not only at their head office, but also at distributed locations where key decisions that impact the local operation are made.This white paper compares the IBM BladeCenter S offering to the HP c3000 offering and articulates why IBM BladeCenter S is the best choice for small blade chassis platforms.
By doing more with less, you can realize savings and reduce complexity at the same time. IBM BladeCenter is a complete, compact and integrated system designed to simplify IT in small and mid-sized offices and distributed environments. It's packed with energy-saving features that lower operating costs and it's flexible enough to grow with your business.
Learn about the features and options of the IBM BladeCenter and see why it's the right choice for your diverse business needs.
This report presents the results of tests conducted by Edison Group to compare the power consumption of the IBM BladeCenter blade server system with a comparable BladeSystem blade server configuration from HP. It provides background, configuration details, and methodology by which Edison reached its conclusion: that IBM BladeCenter H requires nearly 10 percent less power than the equivalently configured HP BladeSystem c7000.
Knowing the potential benefits of cloud computing, IBM implemented this technology for six workloads—development and test, analytics, storage, collaboration, desktop and production application. And the results have yielded significant financial and operational improvements. IBM shares some key insights through this report, learned after a successful move to cloud, including different ways in which each workload benefited. It also reveals how adopting cloud enabled significant improvements in efficiency, innovation, service and support levels. Download: Success in the cloud: Why workload matters.
Smaller businesses represent the entrepreneurial engine of the U.S. economy - that's why IBM has extended the BladeCenter value proposition to smaller businesses and organizations in a compact, affordable package. Read more about how BladeCenter can benefit your business in this report by Pund-IT.
The all-in-one configuration of the IBM BladeCenter S makes it a perfect fit in a small office. It integrates servers, storage, networking and I/O into a single chassis, which uses a standard electrical outlet. Plus, it's easy to use and manage, with tools that help manage energy use to lower total operating costs. Read all about this flexible, blade-based chassis and see how it streamlines and simplifies small office IT.
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