The latest tally of analyst opinions from the major brokerage houses shows that among the 30 stocks making up the Dow Jones Industrial Average, International Business Machines (IBM) is the #24 analyst
Big Blue, set to be the world’s largest corporate user of MacBooks, expands collaboration International Business Machines Corp. and Apple Inc. used to be bitter rivals, but lately they have been spending
Apple doesn't just beat competitors: eventually, it converts them. Case in point is IBM, the former PC juggernaut with which Apple feuded in the '80s, but which is now considering supplying MacBooks to
IBM today announced the launch of a new service that will allow large companies to easily incorporate Mac computers into their preexisting corporate infrastructure. The service, being deployed by IBM's
Apple and IBM are continuing to develop their partnership first established just over a year ago as IBM announced today a new program to help large enterprises use Macs within their IT infrastructures.
IBM is set to become Apple’s largest corporate client ever, and now that Cupertino’s old rival is finally embracing Macs and iPhones, Big Blue is ready to help other businesses switch to Macs as well.