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Apple and IBM have joined forces to bring Big Blue's core competencies in big data and analytics to Apple’s iPhone and iPad. The exclusive agreement will result in a new class of more than 100 industry-specific enterprise solutions, including native apps developed from the ground up for banking, healthcare, insurance and other markets.

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Not only does it throw down the gauntlet in a clear challenge to cloud computing space for Amazon and Google, it also makes it clear that they are putting their money where their mouth is. IBM's proprietary solutions for cloud backup (http://bit.ly/1nQlQmL), data security and Microsoft's experience in revenue generation are brought together as a potent mix. The native capability amplitude of mobile platform is due to improve drastically as well, owing to Apple's presence in the forum but the control, security and backup of data is of paramount importance.
Posted by Eamon W | Friday, August 01 2014 at 12:51AM ET
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