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IBM x86 Server Sale Cleared, Now the Real Fun for Lenovo

The U.S. government signed off on the IBM sale of its x86 server unit to Lenovo last week. Now, the real fun begins as Lenovo absorbs thousands of employees and customers, and competitors try to capitalize on the transition.

IBM, Lenovo Clear Final U.S. Hurdle in Server Unit Sale

The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States notified the two companies late Friday that it had given the deal the green light after finding no significant national security implications in the divestiture.

IBM, CSC Have Heads in the Cloud

The vendor and solution provider tighten their collaboration to help enterprises embrace cloud computing, mobility, and big data.

Big Blue Joins Forces With Lighthouse Security

IBM leverages acquisitions to stay neck-and-neck with rivals in security space.

Ingram Micro: Channel Needs to Beat Vendors in Cloud Margin Race

Distributor warns that if the channel fails to maximize the value add opportunity around cloud now, it risks just becoming a fulfillment partner for vendors

Reputation of Cloud Industry in the Gutter Post-NSA, Report Claims

Think tank urges U.S. government to reform NSA as cloud giants suffer

Amazon Raises Questions on Cloud Growth

Amazon Web Services saw the number of users increase by 90 percent over the last year, as price cutting attracts customers by the thousands. While the strategy hurts rivals, it’s raises questions over what price companies should pay for their share of the cloud.

No Deal For IBM as Chip-Unit Sale Falls Through – Report

Insiders tell Bloomberg that an offer from Globalfoundries was too low for Big Blue