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CW Special Report on IBM

IBM’s computers took men to the moon in 1969, and beat Garry Kasparov at chess. The company’s financial performance has been as impressive as its technical achievements. However, the company has faced challenges, including missing several quarters of earnings forecasts and changing its top leadership.

In this his special 12-page report from Computer Weekly, updated for 2014, we analyse the challenges facing IBM, its financial performance, the services it offers, its place in the IT market and its future strategy. Packed with graphs and diagrams, the report is essential reading for any organisation working with, or thinking of working with IBM.

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