"Just as happened with HPE Enterprise Services, it is hoped that Kyndryl flying the IBM nest will indicate to customers they don’t need to buy only IBM stuff from Kyndryl."
Does this help IBM? Did it help HP?
IBM has finally cut loose its multi-billion-dollar managed infrastructure business, renamed to Kyndryl, sending 90,000 staffers into a life that is less big and less blue. The spin off, announced in October 2020, was completed today, meaning Kyndryl is now being traded as a separate entity on the New York Stock Exchange. …
Jellyfish have tendrils. Some species are poisonous, all are painful.
Vines use tendrils to latch on to another plant and climb toward the Sun, sometimes choking the supporting plant in the process.
Tendril is also used to describe the increase of the nefarious influence of crime organizations or evil intelligence agencies in litterature (and news, sometimes).
I'm trying, but I can't think of a positive use for the word. I wonder how the marketing team justified that reference.
Whatever is left of the IBM psyche* of the last 20-30 years at both companies will have to die off before either company will be interesting/relevant again.
*Risk averseness, no guts, ignore the engineers/Fellows/technologists, cleave to the stock market, pay yourself first, greed, no vision, no vision.
GTS had made a pre-tax adjusted profit of $67m last year but reported a net loss of $2.011bn after audit, advisory, legal, and restructuring charges were accounted for, according to an SEC filing in September.
Nothing like starting life with a $2bn loss ... good luck, you'll need it
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