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    Business Machine Corporation (IBM) has been the most significant player in every stage of the evolution of information technology (IBM 2016). If a company is able to stay relevant in a rapidly changing industry for almost 100 years, they are clearly doing something right. IBM never defined itself by its strategies or products, but by its “forward-thinking culture and management practices grounded in core values” (IBM 2008). In order to learn more about the IT industry and IBM, an interview was conducted with Steve Parent. As IBM Canada’s Executive Senior Unit (ESU) Manager of Natural resource with 27 years of experience in the IT industry, Steve Parent was more than qualified to give industry insights. The most significant…

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    Since the beginning, IBM has been viewed as the backbone into the field of Information Technology. Leading the market in technology, it has provided services to different sectors ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology. This report aims to highlight IBM’s use of technology to manage through the challenges that were forced upon companies during the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) from 2007-2009. It explores how IBMs response to the GFC was mainly focused around the concept of ‘Smarter…

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    Cycle Of Technology Essay

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    invention by Hollerith marked the beginning of the era of semi-automatic data processing. Hollerith began working for the US census bureau and his device reduce the time required to process the census from 8 years to 6 years. In 1896 Hollerith founded the Tabulating Machine Company which was renamed in 1905 to The Tabulating Machine Company. To improve his tabulating machine, he invented the first automatic card feed mechanism and the first key punch. In 1924, a giant computer enterprise was…

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    Hudson Valley Case Study

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    Machine Corporation (IBM) providing numerous benefits due to its vast employment rates; thus both positively and negatively affecting local real estate and commercial markets in the Hudson Valley. The IBM Corporation has a growing workforce of approximately 14,000 employees. The majority of these employees occupy the Hudson Valley. Averaging a salary of $75,000 and producing approximately $22,500 in income tax, $4,987.50 in state income tax, and $13,500…

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    computer. Watson can understand natural language, generate hypotheses based on the evidence, and can learn as it goes. this Artificial Intelligent robot can get Taylor !3 smarter by tracking feedback from its users and it can learn from both successes and failures. The robot Watson relies on hypothesis generation and evaluation to rapidly parse relevant evidence from disparate data when asked a question. Watson represents a first step into cognitive systems, a new era of computing. With Watson…

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    Microcomputers Case Study

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    simultaneously. A mainframe (also known as "big iron") is a high-performance computer with greater availability and security to be used for large-scale computing purposes. Mainframes are more multi-purpose and can be used to serve distributed users and smaller servers in a computing network. (Rouse, 2000-2014) Types & Description Models Functions Support Multiprocessing? Environment to Used IBM zEntreprise The extreme scalability of zEntreprise can offer significant cost savings on core…

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    Data Systems Corporation (EDS). HDS became a fully owned subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd in 1999. (Hitachi Data Systems 2014) In 1962 EDS was established as a facility management company in the Information Technology industry. While, Hitachi Ltd was focusing more on manufacturing and trading of electronics, power, consumer products and industrial equipment. HDS’s vision are well aligned with Hitachi Ltd’s to delivers innovations that answer society’s challenges with talented workforce and strive to be…

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    TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES AN OVERVIEW Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is amongst top 10 leaders in the global technology marketplace providing information technology (IT) service, consulting and business solutions. It was established in 1968 as a subsidiary of Tata Group. TCS got incorporated as a separate entity in 1995. It has its headquarters at Mumbai, Maharashtra, and operated in 46 countries. Based on its record of outstanding services, innovation, collaborative partnerships and corporate…

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    Mesiniaga Case Study

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    Mesiniaga (2015) was established by the late Ismail Sulaiman in 1981 in Subang Jaya, Malaysia. The company was started from selling IBM office products and has now evolved into multi-platform IT solution provider with RM60.4million. As of today, Mesiniaga has around 900 employees, which including 70% are male and remaining 30% are female employees. As the technology has changed rapidly. Therefore, every IT company is required to look out the solution that can provide a competitive advantage over…

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    What is a computer? If you were to stop any random person on the street, and ask them the simple question, what is a computer? They would just smile, briefly chuckle, and continue on their way. Trust me, I have done that several times before, and spoiler alert, they all ended that way. I believe there are two reasons for this. The first, is that they know what a computer really is and think you are joking and therefore move on with their lives. The second, is that they don’t have a clue what a…

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