IBM held a press conference at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to update the world on its MobileFirst offering, which supports enterprise applications on Apple iOS devices.
A couple of things were notable about the event. Although IBM presents MobileFirst as a partnership with Apple, nobody from Apple bothered to turn up. Second, the assembled press had to endure a panel of no doubt worthy but hardly notable app demos from various customers, and a number of journalists headed for the exit before IBM got around to delivering its actual news: that it was supporting Swift on the server with a new web framework.
Exclusive: Infosys is using Open Source as its most lethal weapon yet! [Ed: Infosys is more like a Microsoft extension]
Open source became huge in 2015 with more consumers adapting it like never before. Though to a layman the quick adaptability will be credited to the 'free' aspect of it all, a survey done by Infosys actually contradicts this and brings the real picture forward.
Talking about the main strategy to target the open source market in India, he said Infosys doesn't really go and sell Open Source. "We are there as the customer demand is there."