It wasn’t that long ago that companies looking to analyze data would hire a Ph.D. or otherwise experienced statistician to sit in a back room and write long lines of code with complex algorithms. That’s no longer the case, with IBM’s SPSS Modeler around to help business analysts to gain data-based insights.
It is with great pleasure that we announce our intent to acquire Creative Computing. We are excited for our two companies to come together and provide more value to the IBM partnership and our clients. With the addition of Creative, Lighthouse’s range of services and solutions expands into a new spectrum of Analytics.
Read the press release to find out more about Lighthouse's acquistion of Creative Computing.
A BIG fist bump for Lighthouse Innovation! In its July 2015 press release, Frost & Sullivan named IBM “the established leader in the identity and access management (IAM) market” due, in part, to the acquisition of Lighthouse Security Group and its Security Gateway platform. Now all eyes are on Lighthouse Computer Services as a key player in the development of new Security and cloud solutions.
Check out this webinar next week!
I am thrilled to join the Lighthouse team of industry experts and to have the unique opportunity to help build a world-class Software Services organization. I bring 17+ years of success leading teams focused on delivering leading-edge software solutions and fostering long-term client relationships in the Northeast.
Lighthouse is continuing its mission to establish itself as the go-to technological business partner in New England -- and I’m excited to be part of that. Our goals are to continue to grow our core business and align ourselves with the IT marketplace, while offering exceptional expertise in Cloud, Security, Big Data and Analytics, Storage, and Middleware.
It’s official! And everyone at Lighthouse is pumped to talk about what this paradigm-changing partnership will bring to our customers. The newly expanded IBM-Microsoft Hybrid Cloud Universe now offers more options to innovate, customize and configure your IT resources for competitive advantage and, yes, business transformation.
Think about it; you can now implement their respective enterprise software on Microsoft Azure and IBM Cloud, gaining capabilities like:
1. IBM middleware like WebSphere, Liberty, MQ, and DB2 available on Microsoft Azure with pay-per-use pricing.
2. Microsoft Windows Server and SQL Server now available on IBM Cloud (via SPLA).
3. Expanded support for IBM software running on Windows Server Hyper-V.
4. Coming soon; a Microsoft .NET runtime for IBM’s BlueMix cloud development platform.