IBM opened up cloud computing centers in four countries on Wednesday to let enterprises, universities and governments test Web-based services and applications.
IBM is threatening to leave organizations that set standards for software interoperability because of concerns that their processes are not always fair.
IBM on Monday introduced new source-code-scanning software designed to spot security bugs as programs are being written.
IBM is opening the Center for Social Software, a think tank for developing social technologies, officials said during a presentation at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Wednesday.
IBM this week announced it has spent US$2 billion boosting its storage offerings through acquisitions, research and development over the past three years.
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