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Tim Cook Sends Memo to Employees on IBM Partnership, Says 'I'm Really Excited to See It Take Off'

Tim Cook Sends Memo to Employees on IBM Partnership, Says 'I'm Really Excited to See It Take Off'

Posted July 15, 2014 at 11:36pm by iClarified · 18842 views
Apple CEO Tim Cook has sent a memo to employees about the company's "groundbreaking new partnership with IBM". As one would expect, Cook is "really excited to see it take off".


Today, we announced a groundbreaking new partnership with IBM that will enable enterprises to put the power of big data analytics at their employees' fingertips on their iOS device. This exclusive global partnership brings together Apple's legendary ease-of-use and integrated hardware and software with IBM's unmatched industry depth, enterprise software and expertise in big data analytics.

It also builds on the incredible momentum in Apple's enterprise business. iPhone and iPad can be found in 98% of the Fortune 500. People love to use iOS devices and Apple delivers the things companies need most -- security and scalable deployment along with a powerful platform for apps. With this announcement, we're now putting IBM's renowned big data analytics at iOS users' fingertips, which opens up a large market opportunity for Apple. This is a radical step for enterprise and something only Apple and IBM can deliver.

IBM is known for helping customers leverage big data and analytics to make their businesses run better. With over 100,000 consultants and sales professionals, they also have massive scale and global reach. IBM's sales and consulting teams will also be selling iPad, iPhone and AppleCare for Enterprise as part of the partnership.

This partnership brings together the best of both companies. It's great news for Apple, IBM and for enterprise customers worldwide and I'm really excited to see it take off.


Click here for more details about the partnership...

Tim Cook Sends Memo to Employees on IBM Partnership, Says 'I'm Really Excited to See It Take Off'
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Queen Barack Hussein Obama
Queen Barack Hussein Obama - July 16, 2014 at 2:58pm
My loyal minion. Tim Crook! Way to go girl!
Fukscrawn John
Fukscrawn John - July 16, 2014 at 9:17pm
You queer the obamination, way to outlive yourself beibarf. Obama are isn't for him.
mackan1 - July 16, 2014 at 7:07am
I work for IBM and have not heard anything about this till today
iPhone Dick
iPhone Dick - July 16, 2014 at 5:18am
Why won't they admit they cannot do it on their own. Apple always going around looking for help under the radar, right from the beginning. Innovation at it's best. Steve took apple with him, the ought change the name and logo to a cook slicing the apple in two. I call that trying to compete with Microsoft really Bad, but they need a Big Brother like IBM. Just remember History, apple owe it's existence to Bill Gates. Yes Bill Gates got apple out of bankruptcy. Nokia.
Galaxy Vagnia
Galaxy Vagnia - July 16, 2014 at 11:40am
Why won't you accept he sorry shit they can do it on their own. Apple always has their own people to work with, but these guys chose them to like they chose many people whether they are failing or not, even if they started out like that in the beginning, enterprise and marketing at it's finest. Tim kept Apple's power, it's those damn boreans trying to knock them off their game, that's why they weren't chosen thereby showing the dick blue logo cock up their ass thus becoming samshit. I call that their life with jealousy that they can't tKe it with their failures that's why IBM doesn't help wannabes, just remember reality, Apple was before dill baits so when was the last time when they needed help from a sorry shit why fcked up familiar interfaces after improving the same one up to 7? Look at osx, familiar like iOS 7 is with the 6, so what's this joke of help you thought about again? The only thing dill got out of Apple is knockoff lumpia, making colors after they did for iPod, same to samshit.
Galaxy Vangina
Galaxy Vangina - July 16, 2014 at 7:48pm
You're enough to clarify as cum spewer no matter what is spewed. IBM chose apple simple as that, this note here is in favor of thanks and a reminder of your jealousy Spamdroid is left with. You're the only tricking minds and raping souless scums, with all that said yours is as rotten as spamdroids orifice.
Fukscrawn John
Fukscrawn John - July 15, 2014 at 11:42pm
Apple gets everything, like we all say to samshit, they don't get on the list and sometimes when they do for the products, they're not number one. lol if they learn to be new without following Apple other than a screen size, they would have been better, it's all could've and would've but didn't. Glad to know about IBM, I'd like to see them pick a wannabe plastic toy maker. lolololol
Nitro Junkie
Nitro Junkie - July 16, 2014 at 2:04am
Exactly. Maybe if Samsung would have taken their own way and not try to be like apple they'd be taken more seriously as a company. But that's the typical Korean company. They never do anything on there own. They always try to create or copy what others have already done. I'm not a fan of Samsung except maybe their tv's, but if they don't start doing more like making better quality phones and products they may not last. Kind of just like apple in the past. They were on top for awhile then almost went out of business until they changed things up. I see the same for Samsung.
Fukscrawn John
Fukscrawn John - July 16, 2014 at 2:45am
When did they go out of business exactly? They did many changes to phones, music players, iTunes redefining music for cd's, computers, iBeacons, photo tools, etc.
Ken - July 16, 2014 at 3:09am
Before jobs came back in 1996-97 they were close to running out of money.
Fukscrawn John
Fukscrawn John - July 16, 2014 at 3:12am
Ok I see. So... Yeah, he had to be there long enough for Apple to pull through, because nowadays him or not Apple will still be what it is since they are still alive and as the chart shown earlier, their products will always be number one! :)
Nitro Junkie
Nitro Junkie - July 16, 2014 at 3:30am
Ya they never went out of business but they came close. Until buying Next and bringing back Jobs their profits were dropping and money was running out quick because they weren't coming out with any descent products or software too attract customers. It all changed when Jobs came back and restructured the company. The rest is history!! Jobs might be gone, but I think before he left he gave them a long extensive plan of what he envisioned the company to do after he was gone. Many people have said before he died that he had a product pipeline set in place for the next ten years. I think apple as a company and their products are only gonna get better.
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