Futurum analysts Shelly Kramer and Steven Dickens provide their take on Kyndryl Bridge, announced by IT services behemoth Kyndryl and designed to help customers accelerate digital transformation and digital modernization journeys. Kyndryl Bridge is the company’s innovative approach to simplifying IT service delivery and harnessing the power of automation. What’s ahead for Kyndryl and their customers will be exciting to watch play out.
Futurum analysts Daniel Newman and Todd R. Weiss dive into IBM’s Q2 2022 revenue report and share their insights on IBM’s healthy nine percent revenue increase to $15.5B amid growing and threatening financial headwinds around the globe.
The News: Kyndryl and NetApp’s newly announced global alliance will fast-track cloud transformation for customers by creating solutions that enable them to access, analyze and derive insights from unstructured data. Read the full Kyndryl Press Release. Kyndryl and NetApp Global Alliance Aims to Fast-Track Cloud Transformation, Data Insights Analyst Take: The Kyndryl and NetApp global alliance is all about cloud …
Futurum analyst Steven Dickens provides his take on the recently announced partnership between Kyndryl and Red Hat. As hybrid cloud deployments start to happen at scale Global System Integrators are flocking to form relationships with providers such as Red Hat so they can be skilled in the latest technologies such Ansible Automation Platform.
Futurum analyst Steven Dickens provides his take on the recently announced earnings from Kyndryl. With Kyndryl having recently split from IBM, the company is still dealing with the transition, although early indicators that a focus on alliances and cloud fueled growth is starting to pay off for the company.
IBM kicks off the earnings season with a bang as their focus pays off. Futurum’s principal analyst Daniel Newman dives into the recent earnings report and what the company should expect going forward.
Futurum’s Shelly Kramer explores the Kyndryl-Cloudera partnership news, providing insight on what it means for customers and the market.
Futurum analysts Shelly Kramer and Todd R. Weiss dissect the first earnings report for managed IT services vendor Kyndryl, spun out of IBM in November 2021. Q4 and full year 2021 earnings dropped by single digits compared to one year ago when it was owned by Big Blue. They explore the company’s culture shift post spinoff, as well as its early moves in forming strategic alliances and cloud technology partnerships, as well as establishing training and certification initiatives and what’s ahead.
Futurum’s Daniel Newman covers IBM’s earnings, which show a leaner, more focused IBM delivering better than expected results and good news kicking off earnings week.
Futurum Research Senior Analyst, Steven Dickens provides his take on the latest announcements coming out of Kyndryl on its multi-year relationship refresh with Viewpointe. The announcement from recently NYSE listed Kyndryl highlights the company’s ecosystem and strategic partnership focus evidenced by a shift to the Microsoft Azure stack.
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