Category Archives: Mainframe Growth

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

Agility matters for legacy mainframe transition tools. But why?

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Mainframe modernization: Putting old-school skills to new use

Mainframe knowledge is not obsolete Рit just has a different use.

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Supply chains beware: Java carries security risks

Java still represents many possible vulnerabilities.

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The mainframe lives on: Fluid apps help modernize legacy systems

Companies may still underestimate the continuing usefulness of the mainframe.

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Report: Older technology still running government functions

A new GAO report showed room for various government agencies to improve their legacy system modernization. 

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Older SAP Java platform issues threaten users

An old Java vulnerability poses risks for several different SAP platforms.

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The 2016 Mobile World Congress and its impact on business

This year’s Mobile World Congress brought many examples of collaborative technology.

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Soy Transportation Coalition releases 2015 rail report card

A new “report card” shows satisfaction levels for grain transportation.

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Why mainframe application flexibility matters for the future

Mainframe legacy application management relies on flexibility for future stability.

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3 determining factors for legacy app cloud modernization

These factors can play a significant role in modernization decisions.

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