Thursday 15 September 2022
IBM names four major challenges to corporate information security
As cyber attacks extend from software to hardware, corporations face major information security challenges, according to IBM Taiwan.
Monday 22 August 2022
Multi-cloud or hybrid becomes mainstream cloud computing architecture, says IBM Taiwan consulting executive
In term of enterprises' adoption of cloud computing services for digital transformation, multi-cloud or hybrid cloud has become the mainstream architecture, according to Lin Han,...
Friday 11 September 2020
IBM Taiwan eyeing AI storage
IBM Taiwan expects its AI storage systems to benefit from the ongoing transformation of Taiwan's financial sector, Taiwanese manufacturers moving operations back home and the rapid...
Tuesday 9 June 2020
Digital transformation demand rising from manufacturing industry
With the coronavirus pandemic significantly impacting manufacturing operations, IBM has seen increasing demand from makers to help with their digital transformation, according to...
Monday 11 November 2019
Adlink, IBM Taiwan to help makers integrate IT, OT, AI
Industrial computing device maker Adlink Technology and IBM Taiwan have partnered to help Taiwan-based makers upgrade manufacturing processes to Industry 4.0 standards through integrating...
Monday 22 July 2019
ODMs relocating production lines urged to embrace smart manufacturing
Taiwan makers should consider automated production lines when relocating their plants, applying the Industry 4.0 concept into their facilities to enhance long-term competitiveness,...
Thursday 13 December 2018
IBM Taiwan expects rising hardware business in 2019
As enterprises have been accelerating their paces of adopting artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, IBM has been assisting clients in the manufacturing, medical care and finance...
Monday 3 December 2018
IBM ready to embrace upcoming Bank 4.0 era
IBM is ready for the advent of the Bank 4.0 era by providing banks with system integration and solutions to help them further accelerate banking automation to better offer mobile...
Tuesday 30 October 2018
IBM Taiwan, StarFab join forces to bolster startups
The Southern Taiwan Science Park Bureau has teamed up with IBM Taiwan and StarFab Accelerator to better carry out its TAIRA (Taiwan AI x Robotics) program to accelerate the growth...
Monday 15 October 2018
IBM eyes server maintenance business opportunity in Greater China
IBM Taiwan has announced partnerships with Taiwan-based technology service providers Lealea Technology, HPi, Tung-I Information Services (TIIS), Ecom Software and Bestcom Infotech...
Thursday 12 July 2018
IBM announces Domino 10 in Taiwan
IBM has announced its Domino 10 software in Taiwan, integrated with IBM's Watson cognitive services and cloud computing technologies, and supporting common office tools including...
Monday 29 January 2018
IBM to enhance private cloud business in Taiwan in 2018
IBM will step up promoting its Cloud Private software platform in Taiwan in 2018 to help enterprise customers in the country better access microservice architectures to create new...
Thursday 14 December 2017
IBM to set up PowerAI experiment center in Taiwan
IBM will set up an experiment center in Taiwan for more potential clients to try out its PowerAI solutions, which have been adopted by many corporate customers in the country, including...
Friday 28 July 2017
PAT to cooperate with IBM Taiwan for new cloud system
Taiwan-based automated plating equipment maker Process Advance Technology (PAT) has announced it will work with IBM Taiwan to establish a HANA on IBM Cloud system.
Monday 3 July 2017
IBM Taiwan names new general manager
IBM has appointed Lisa Kao as general manager for its Taiwan branch office, replacing Jennifer Hwang who is retiring at the end of July.
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