Add a little spice to your dessert. Strawberry Carpaccio with a chilli kick!

Add a little spice to your dessert. Strawberry Carpaccio with a chilli kick!

In my first blog I suggested a ‘main’ dish for your friends coming over to watch the Wimbledon Finals and briefly mentioned IBM Chef Watson. Next I’d like to suggest a ‘dessert’ – for those of you with big appetites or those that just want to jump straight in to something sweet! Before I move on to the recipe, and especially for those of you that have already tried the ‘main’, let me answer a…

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Highlights from the Flash Everywhere event 2016

Highlights from the Flash Everywhere event 2016

On 27th April 2016, clients, partners and analysts from across the world came together at London’s prestigious Institute of Engineering & Technology (IET) to hear us announce the expansion of our flash storage portfolio. The biggest highlight was the unveiling of three new IBM FlashSystem products – the A9000, A9000R and the DS8888, all designed and built to help customers power hybrid cloud deployments to solve the challenge of accessing the massive amounts of data…

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Tony Rowe OBE – Embracing the shift from sport to business

Tony Rowe OBE – Embracing the shift from sport to business

Welcome to my second blog focusing on the parallels between sport and business. Here, I share another recent conversation I’ve enjoyed with an individual who has achieved both sporting glory and business success. Tony Rowe OBE has enjoyed huge success as the chief executive and chairman of SWComms, having begun his telecoms business following a stint racing powerboats and time served in the Marines. Having seen his business grow and develop into one of the…

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Digital Intelligence meets Digital Business

Digital Intelligence meets Digital Business

In a single second we type over 9,000 tweets, 48,000 Google searches, and 2.3 million emails, and UK consumers are expected to spend more than £50 billion online this year. We are all spending more time –and money –online, and businesses must be tech-savvy to survive. In a recent IBM survey, 4,000 C-level executives noted that technology is the single most important force shaping their business. Lying behind these statistics is a confluence of disruptive…

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