Category Archives: Mainframe Growth

Looking at data breaches’ financial impact and other trends

The sheer financial ramifications of data breaches have become far too extensive to ignore, though other notable cybersecurity trends must also be examined as well.

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Key factors affecting digital transformation for 2020 and beyond

Successful digital transformation requires taking certain key factors into account – not all of them specifically having to do with technology. 

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Key factors affecting digital transformation for 2020 and beyond

Successful digital transformation requires taking certain key factors into account – not all of them specifically having to do with technology. 

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Python beats Java in multiple language popularity polls

Python continued to establish itself as a major competitor to Java by surging ahead of it in the latest RedMonk rankings and other polls. 

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DHS’s CERT unit doubles down on warnings regarding Java-based remote access malware

Homeland Security’s Computer Emergency Readiness Team confirmed – and reinforced – the dangers of Java-based malware. 

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Don’t pursue digital transformation for the wrong reasons

It’s important to embark on your journey to digital transformation for the right reason. 

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Successful digital transformation in the face of uncertainty

Engaging in a successful digital transformation initiative will require a combination of the best people and the most cutting-edge technology. 

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Understanding the full scope of modern cybersecurity risks

Many of our most trusted systems are vulnerable to cyberthreats, and there’s no reason to think the average business is immune. 

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Major concerns for industrial cybersecurity

Industrial cybersecurity involves unique challenges for IT personnel.

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The complex, ongoing conundrum of Java

Determining whether or not to use Java can be difficult for some organizations, given the continued debates over its risk or lack thereof. 

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