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IBM PC

Refers to a family of personal computers produced by IBM. The term can also refer to computers that conform to set of loosely controlled standards.

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IBM ILOG

IBM ILOG is a collection of tools, technologies and services designed to help customers more effectively and efficiently analyze, plan, track and improve business processes.

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IBM Cloud

IBM Cloud refers to a collection of enterprise-class technologies and services developed to help customers assess their cloud readiness, develop adoption strategies and identify business entry points for a cloud environment.

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IBM Cast Iron

Short for IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud Integration, IBM Cast Iron is an offering from IBM that provides clients with a platform for integrating cloud-based applications from leading SaaS providers with on-premise applications from IBM and other companies.

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IBM - International Business Machines

Short for International Business Machines, the largest computer company in the world.

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IBM PureData System for Hadoop

IBM PureData System for Hadoop is part of the IBM PureSystems family of solutions, designed to help organizations to embrace big data, cloud computing and mobile computing.

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CloudBurst (IBM CloudBurst)

CloudBurst is a "ready-to-go" solution from IBM that’s designed to provide resource monitoring, cost management and services availability in a cloud.

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MCIF - IBM Measured Capability Improvement Framework

IBM's MCIF, or Measured Capability Improvement Framework, is a set of guidelines and processes developed to help companies more effectively manage, measure and improve their software delivery process.

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1984 Macintosh Debut Brought Great Divide Between Apple, IBM PC Partisans

IBM PCs and compatibles ruled the business market and many people looked on Steve Jobs' Apple and the Mac as upstarts that occupied little more than a minor niche.

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