Published: 30 December 2016
Analyst(s): Tom Austin , Rita Sallam , Lawrence Orans , Colin Fletcher , Jason Wong , Daryl Plummer , Keith Guttridge , Alfonso Velosa , Andrew White , David Cearley , George J. Weiss , Chris Fletcher , Roger W. Cox , Julie Short , Cathy Tornbohm , Mark Driver , Allie Young , Patrick Sullivan , Thomas Murphy , Andrew Neff , Mike Gotta , Gianluca Tramacere
IBM continues to position itself for the digital era, even as its legacy business continues to decline. With its vast resources, IBM must overcome cultural and product inertia to gain speed and momentum to move IBM innovation into mainstream leadership in newer market segments.
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