Security

IBM QRadar targets bad user behaviour

By |2016-10-17T10:52:10+00:0027 July 2016|Analytics, IT operations and system management, Security|

In December 2015 IBM opened up its security analytics platform IBM Security QRadar. The goal was to encourage customers, developers and third-parties to build custom applications to take advantage of the platform. It also announced the IBM Security App Exchange where companies could create, share and get new applications based on IBM's security technologies. The [...]

CIC Security Briefing Note: IBM delivers Dynamic Security for Hybrid Cloud

By |2016-10-17T10:52:21+00:0012 November 2014|Analysis, Cloud, Security, Software Security|

Over the last few years, IBM has invested heavily in rebuilding its security products. It has made a lot of point acquisitions to address perceived weaknesses in their product portfolio and aligned many of its internal tools to ensure a coherent product strategy. IBM makes a play for delivering a unified architecture, platform, security tools [...]

IBM Software Analysts Insight: Will a clear vision and strategy lead to a sure-footed, agile execution?

By |2016-10-17T10:52:38+00:007 December 2012|Analysis, Delivery and Lifecycle Management, Platforms and Operating Systems|

The abiding impression from the IBM Software Analysts Insight conference in Stamford, Connecticut was of a company absolutely clear on its strategy and sure-footed in its execution. For nearly a decade (since 2004), IBM has been attempting to reduce the market’s identification with its individual software brands (Tivoli, Rational, Websphere, Information Management), and in 2010 [...]