Category Archives: Mainframe Growth

Legacy applications can hamper security during IT modernization

As organizations embrace IT modernization, one of the biggest challenges to maintaining security is the vulnerability of legacy applications.

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IT leaders cite legacy systems as primary obstacle to digital transformation

IT modernization is crucial to digital transformation but many IT leader have to grapple with obstacles between them and progress.

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Java finally plans to remove serialization…eventually

Oracle has unveiled plans to remove serialization from its Java software, fixing a long-term vulnerability. 

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Understanding the state of enterprise digitization

Enthusiasm for web-backed workflows clearly continues to flourish, but how are organizations participating in this technological revolution incorporating cutting-edge products and services into their operations?

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Why Java and cryptocurrency do not mix

Java-based fixtures present particularly tough challenges for the internal information technology teams and external data security firms tasked with defending both businesses and users from attackers specializing in cryptojacking.

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Java at the center of massive Equifax hack

An Apache Struts vulnerability is at the root of the massive Equifax hack.

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IT modernization essential to enterprise A.I. adoption

Businesses that want to pursue enterprise AI technology must embrace IT modernization.

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Understanding the common pitfalls of BYOD

Prospective adopters should gain an understanding of the roadblocks that can materialize during BYOD implementation and develop the appropriate preemptive strategies needed to address them.

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3 strategies for IT modernization success

These IT modernization strategies make technological transformation possible.

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Agility can change the face of IT, if companies are ready

Agility matters for legacy mainframe transition tools. But why?

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