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Very good organisation to work with however salary increment is very low.Lot of learning opportunities on Advanced technologies .Work life balance is good. Multiple programs conducted to keep yourself updated with new skills .
IBM is an ocean of knowledge, a lot to learn with various new advances being made in every field. IBM has a very friendly work environment, all the managers are very accessible and ready to help you with every prospect of your growth.
The culture varies greatly. Depending on department, job function, etc... I have met many people who are extremely happy with their job, team, and management. As a subsidiary of IBM, there was not a feeling of inclusion. I learned a so much about technology, management, and leadership.
IBM bought the Data Backup cloud environment from Verizon where I already had a position as Tier 2 Data Backup Support Engineer. IBM assured we former Verizon employees we would be assimilated into IBM right up to the day everyone in my team was laid off.
Amazing place to work overall. You get to work both with OS and physical hardware, giving you the chance to improve your skills to both! It requires attention to detail and as long as you are willing to learn, you will be fine!
Free lunch, Great chance to improve personal skills.
Could use more benefits.
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I usually start my work at 7:30 am ,collaboratively plan my day and make sure that the most urgent work get done first before it can get busy.I learn that that starting early will relief a lot of stress that comes with eight hours work.well hen it comes to management they always want things done.I get along with different cultures at corporate The hardest part of my job is when I can't find a solution for a problem I need to solve The most enjoyable part of my job is when I can come up with solution and quick
IBM acquiring the company you work at feels like a hostile takeover. It hasn't been fun switching over to IBM's inferior workflow tools, non-open source technologies, and a borderline unusable cloud. This is a sales driven company. Sales has promised products to our clients are impossible to make and on ridiculously short time lines. No one young seems to be in love with the company. That being said, as a big company IBM does have money and is able to purchase cool data. There are some good teams at IBM and if you find one your experience here can be enjoyable. They are flexible about working remotely and is usually a have pretty chill environment to be in.
Work remotely, usually relaxed.
IBM's first party technologies are bad and you're forced to use them.
100% travel. 10% efficiency. 0% likelihood to be able to meet the challenges of tomorrow. Highly recommended for people who want to slowly eke away at insignificant projects while slowly building their position at a company that may not be around in 10 years.
IBM has stopped being a cutting edge business, leading the charge into the next IT development. Now it seems to be more interested in selling off its assets and business to other countries.
selling off its assets and business