IBM Watson Education seeks to transform education worldwide through cognitive capabilities. The primary goal is to enable educators to personalize learning in their classrooms and ultimately improve learner outcomes for every type of student.
IBM contracted IDC to independently assess how its newest cognitive solutions are reshaping the classrooms and experiences at Coppell ISD in Texas. IDC will collect insights from Coppell ISD educators in two phases to document the transformation brought about by the use of IBM Watson Education solutions.
Organizations pursuing the "Connected Mainframe" strategy are engaged in two broad sets of initiatives -modernization and integration to drive innovation and business growth. This Infographic highlights findings from a recent IDC Business Value study.
This IDC white paper presents research that forecasts the skills and competencies that will be most in demand around the world by 2024. Many of these are "soft" skills that are in demand in nearly all occupations, but these skills will be in particular demand in jobs that are forecast both to enjoy high
growth and to be well above the median in salary potential.
This IDC study represents a vendor assessment of the 2016 business analytics consulting and systems integration (C&SI) services market through the IDC MarketScape model. This research is a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the characteristics that explain a vendor's success in the marketplace and help anticipate its ascendancy.
Laura DuBois, VP of Storage at IDC Research discusses trends in next generation applications, the migration to software-defined storage to support them, and the advantages of IBM Spectrum Storage Suite.
This iView discusses "next Gen" payment services. A next-generation payment services hub is an infrastructure built on service oriented architecture that shares common components to support a variety of payment types and the processes that make them work, from approval to messaging to settlement.
The 3rd Platform is causing businesses to rethink their entire IT infrastructure as a result of the steep growth in worldwide numbers of Internet of Things (IoT) systems and mobile devices with which end users drive increased data analytics and transactions on back-end systems.
This IDC study represents a vendor assessment of the learning capabilities offered as part of an integrated talent management solution through the IDC MarketScape model. This research is a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the characteristics that explain a vendor's success in the marketplace and help anticipate its ascendancy.
This IDC MarketScape covers a variety of vendors participating in the worldwide datacenter transformation consulting and implementation services market. A significant component of this evaluation is the inclusion of buyers' perceptions of both the key characteristics and the capabilities of these providers.