"Arvind Krishna" Posts

IBM Acquires Data Consultancy Bluetab Solutions Group

IBM acquires hybrid cloud data migration specialist Bluetab Solutions Group. Deal aligns with Red Hat OpenShift multi-cloud strategy.

IBM Acquisitions List: CEO Arvind Krishna’s Hybrid Cloud M&A Strategy

IBM acquisitions target multi-cloud business automation software, SaaS consulting & more. Can M&A help CEO Arvind Krishna to reinvent IBM.

IBM President Jim Whitehurst Resigns

IBM President & former Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst has resigned, raising potential concerns about IBM CEO Arvind Krishna’s hybrid-cloud turnaround strategy.

IBM Acquires Data Protection Software From Catalogic

IBM acquires data protection, storage & copy data management technology from Catalogic Software. IBM acquisitions reinforce hybrid cloud strategy.

IBM Acquires Turbonomic for Hybrid Cloud Automation, Management

IBM acquires Turbonomic to help MSPs, partners & customers improve application & network performance management. IBM CEO Arvind Krishna accelerates hybrid-cloud automation strategy.

IBM Turnaround Strategy: Revenues Grow Slightly

IBM Q1 2021 quarterly financial results: Is IBM CEO Arvind Krishna’s turnaround strategy (leveraging Red Hat hybrid cloud software) taking hold?

IBM Appoints Former Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn as Vice Chairman

Cohn joins IBM executive team as CEO Arvind Krishna prepares to spin out IBM’s managed infrastructure services business while also pursuing more hybrid cloud acquisitions.

IBM Spinning Off Massive MSP Managed Infrastructure Services Unit

IBM MSP spin-off: Managed Infrastructure Services unit to be separate company for hosting, network services, IT management & multi-cloud migrations.

IBM Acquires Cloud Security Posture, Compliance Firm Spanugo

IBM is acquiring Spanugo, a provider of cloud cybersecurity posture management solutions. IBM Cloud plus Spanugo’s software will serve financial customers.

IBM Abandons Facial Recognition Technology Amid Racial Profiling Concerns

Amid concerns that artificial intelligence (AI) may lead to racial profiling, IBM abandons facial recognition software, CEO Arvind Krishna tells Congress.