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"The collaboration between IBM and Mendix will combine the ease of Mendix's low-code environment with the advanced services available on IBM Cloud, including AI, blockchain, data analytics, mobile and Internet of things (IoT) services," said Don Boulia, General Manager of Cloud Developer Services, IBM. "This significantly accelerates the speed at which developers from all backgrounds, from highly skilled coders to business users expanding their roles, are positioned to build and deploy cloud-native applications."

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"We are thrilled that IBM has joined our roster of Tier 1 investors and we look forward to taking the relationship between our two companies to the next level through a technology partnership," said Kirk Krappe, Chairman and CEO of Apttus. "We also look forward to delivering our AI-driven Quote-to-Cash and Contract Management solutions to IBM's global customer base."

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For several weeks, IBM leaders and VolunteerNow staff members collaborated to refine and enhance this sophisticated and user-friendly volunteer recruitment and management tool, and created a plan to bring VOLY.org to districts nationwide to increase volunteer impact and involvement.

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IBM today announced it has reached agreement to resolve the patent lawsuit between IBM and The Priceline Group pending in the United States District Court for Delaware. As part of the confidential settlement, the parties will obtain patent cross-licenses to each company's worldwide patent portfolio.

"IBM takes pride in its reputation and track record for innovation. This agreement further demonstrates the value of our intellectual property that results from this innovation," said Dr. William Lafontaine, general manager of Intellectual Property for IBM. "We are pleased this matter has been resolved through negotiation and licensing." 

HelpSystems announced today that it has acquired Fox Technologies, a solution provider in the cybersecurity industry since 2001, from Parallax Capital Partners. Fox Technologies solutions help organizations tighten security by centralizing Linux and Unix identity and access management. With the acquisition, HelpSystems can help customers manage user privileges—granting employees the right amount of access necessary to perform their jobs—across a greater range of operating systems. This capability is critical as most cyberattacks are carried out by company insiders. It also protects organizations from outsider attacks because fewer users have elevated privileges, limiting the exposure of sensitive data if credentials are compromised.

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