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  • n. Plural form of IBM.


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  • Yet, on the other hand, some of those folks will go to great lengths touting the advantages of leveraging off the shelf or commercial enabled servers based on Intel or AMD based systems such as IBMs own XIV storage solution.

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  • (also known as 'beta') or using a different Java VM such as IBMs or GNU.

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  • Before it even thinks about cutting programs that literally keep people alive, the congressional special committee should make sure that the IBMs and General Electrics of the world pay their fair share.

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  • This explains why the companies that once dominated industrial-strength computing—the IBMs, the Oracles, the H-Ps—now nervously tug their forelocks around Apple and Google.

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  • In all likelihood, the Compaqs, HPs, and IBMs of the world focused things like Six Sigma for process improvement.

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  • Health benefits company WellPoint and IBM said they have partnered to create the first commercial applications of IBMs Watson technology.

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  • This one mimics coca stirred with stomach acid or chicken fried in grandma's kitchen without the nasty side effects, without the downs, the IBMs and 666s, the big old Gregor Samsa, the taste of tire smoke, ash or tin, the cash solicitation, the guns and squad cars in the ward, the next-to-nothing boyfriend all sickeningly handsome as he says it.

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  • And the 22 million new jobs we need are unprecedented in size and scope in the history of American business -- they're the equivalent of starting up 68 new General Electric Companies or 55 new IBMs or 109 new Ford Motor Companies.

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  • We were operating on a multinational model, with mini-IBMs in most of the countries we operated in -- IBM Japan, IBM Canada, IBM France, IBM Argentina, etc.

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  • The product is raising eyebrows around the web 2.0 world these days as IBMs social collaboration tools are well ahead of Microsofts (look at Lotus Connections).

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