Apple and IBM announced an “exclusive” deal on Tuesday in which IBM will build a new line of enterprise-specific apps from the ground up for Apple’s iOS, aimed at companies in retail, health care, transportation and other industries. IBM will create “unique cloud services” for iOS, including tools for security, analytics and device management. It will also resell iPhones and iPads to its corporate customers, and Apple will roll out new support services for businesses. In other words, Apple and IBM are putting a full-court press on the mobile business market. And they’re doing so in a tightly wedded fashion: The companies used the word “exclusive” four times in a statement announcing the deal. That suggests Apple won’t run off and do a similar deal next week with Hewlett-Packard. More significantly, IBM, at least for now, is throwing all its chips in with Apple—apparently at the expense of Google’s Android OS and Microsoft’s Windows Phone.
IMG entering corporate markets.
http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/07/16/technology/apple-and-ibm-in-broad-software-deal-for-businesses.html?_r=0&referrer= Apple breaking into corporate markets is good news for IMG. Breaking Dell and Lenovo grip. Huge market.
16 Jul '14
RE: ta-trade : Where are ya---
Still hear m8...and still holding a few img GL
16 Jul '14
Hi Hottentot, there is.
It's the size of the electrically charged protons and neutrons. Positive and negative. They could be rotated - positioned accordingly to direct info. On the other hand they could be switched on or off to use as 8 bit binary code for storage of information. You could store the entire data on all the servers globally on a foot square block of graphite. That said we'll take the new wearable - IOT range from IMG for now!
16 Jul '14
avsome : Very -----
Interesting , i'm sure ------but their is another law somewhere , i'm sure , that must dictate the finite production size of a transistor ?? ---GL.
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