By Joseph Brookes

Writing for Forbes, IT analyst Jason Bloomberg argued it was a “desperation play” for IBM looking to stay relevant in what appears to be an industry shift towards hybrid IT. Bloomberg also said the move could help change IBM’s own culture, one currently based on performance and unsuited for a hybrid world where collaboration and innovation is paramount. “What IBM’s culture lacks, generally speaking, is a focus on anything more important than profits, the way that Red Hat’s culture focuses on openness in its various forms,” Bloomberg wrote earlier this week.

Read the entire article at https://which-50.com/red-hat-says-ibm-acquisition-wont-change-its-culture-but-can-it-change-theirs/?fbclid=IwAR39bO6XBL7zE69tdi3CAnwhyATjFi8wak1WqSwCV_PTrVVL68tVx1lXGh8

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