Automation of management tasks has risen in priority as IT organizations seek to shift the balance from tactical to strategic actions while adapting to post-pandemic ways of working.
About Jacob Fong, Analyst
Jacob Fong is an analyst in TBR’s IT Infrastructure practice. Jacob’s vendor coverage includes Dell Technologies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM and Lenovo. He also contributes to TBR’s IT Infrastructure Benchmark, Cloud Components Benchmark, Hardware Subscription Services Market Landscape, Quantum Computing Market Landscape, and Hyperconverged and Converged Market Landscape, and conducts research for custom projects.
Entries by Jacob Fong, Analyst
Join TBR for a free Q&A on IT infrastructure strategy and purchasing trends unearthed in TBR’s latest Infrastructure Strategy Customer Research report, which surveys 300 IT infrastructure purchase decision makers based in North America.
With the DNA of a PC manufacturing company, Lenovo decided in 2018 to apply the supply chain and manufacturing expertise cultivated from the logistical challenges of being a PC manufacturer to its IT infrastructure business, ISG.
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Lenovo is executing on strategies across all segments within ISG to become the world’s largest IT infrastructure provider.
Join Principal Analyst Angela Lambert and Research Analyst Jacob Fong for a review of current and projected financial trends among server and storage markets. The team will cover segment financial performance from TBR’s latest IT Infrastructure Benchmark as well as expectations for market growth based on results in our latest IT Infrastructure Market Forecast. […]
Average revenue growth for vendors in TBR’s Cloud Components Benchmark increased 12.6% year-to-year in 3Q21, partly due to a favorable year-ago compare considering the economic impacts of COVID-19 in mid-2020. Further, with many vendors operating transactional-heavy business models, rebounding demand for license products supported revenue growth during the quarter, especially for software-centric vendors like Microsoft […]
As the world awaits the scientific discoveries needed to bring quantum processors to commercial applicability, Atos’ BullSequana XH3000 allows for ecosystem participation within the compute platform itself and future-proofs any early buyer investments. In its Feb. 16 official announcement of the XH3000 supercomputer, for which TBR was provided pre-briefing access, Atos claims the product will […]
Volume of information being released around quantum initiatives leads TBR to believe the so-called quantum winter has passed Last year the demand for agile solutions to persistent global challenges helped raise awareness of quantum computing’s potential. Investors took notice, as the quantum computing industry saw unprecedented backing from investors and progress in alliances around innovation, […]