Armonk Local Business
Local business in Armonk, NY
Yesterday | via DM Review
Gartner has released its Magic Quadrant for Top Companies for Data Integration Tools, looking at the leaders, visionaries, challengers, and niche players. Here's a look at who made each category, and why. Comment?
Wednesday | via Freshnews
ARMONK, N.Y., Aug. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ - IBM has been recognized as a Leader for Flash Storage in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Solid-State Arrays . According to Gartner, "Vendors in the Leaders quadrant have the highest scores for their Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 24 | via DM Review
Gartner has released its Magic Quadrant for Metadata Management Solutions. The report looks at nine players in the metadata product space, including leaders, visionaries, challengers, and niche players. Comment?
Monday Aug 22 | via CRN
Rodney Foreman, a 20-year IBM veteran who ran a number of Big Blue's channel sales divisions over the years, has left the technology giant, he told CRN, to take the helm of Informatica's channel. Foreman, who started working last week as Informatica's channel chief, last held the position of IBM's vice president of cloud channel sales, the Armonk, N.Y.-based company's largest software channel. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 17 | via The Armonk Daily Voice
During his 60 years as a volunteer member of the Armonk Fire Department, Mitch Sime fought some of the biggest blazes in the town's history. As a long-time town resident, the emotional damage from those fires still hurt the 82-year-old firefighter. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 16 | via CRN
IBM recorded a big win Monday in securing recognition from Workday as the Software-as-a-Service giant's primary cloud platform for development and testing tasks. The strategic partnership between Big Blue, based in Armonk, N.Y., and the world's second largest cloud-based software vendor, based in Pleasanton, Calif., is also a win for Workday's partners selling its financial management and human resources applications, one Workday partner told CRN. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 9 | via The Lewisboro Daily Voice
In less than a year, 14-year-old Lakeland High School student Jothi Ramaswamy has gotten close to 120K annually in advertising grants from Google for an organization she started to raise STEM [science, technology, engineering and mathematics] awareness in girls through the arts. ThinkSTEAM , her 501 3 group profiled HERE in an earlier Daily Voice story, has also gotten financial backing from seven other organizations including Ardsley-based Acorda Therapeutics, Purchase-based PepsiCo, and IBM in Armonk. Comment?
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