Enterprises worldwide are facing a massive wave of digital disruption that’s spurring them to rethink their current business and IT deployment models. In transitioning to the cloud, one of the biggest challenges businesses face lies in the fact that enterprise data often lives in different places and in different forms, so many choose a hybrid model to address their evolving needs.
To help simplify this, IBM has unified its cloud technology into one architecture so organisations can seamlessly integrate data from their existing systems with other kinds of data in the cloud and, perhaps most importantly, use higher-value services such as IBM Watson to bring it all to life.
Read more in the full article titled “Cloud: Foundation for the Future” by Andreas Hartl, general manager of IBM cloud APAC.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “Cloud: Foundation for the Future” published in The Business Times on 15 November, 2017.