Monthly Archives: August 2014

Plan a modernization program with help from a professional

Legacy Application modernization depends upon having the right support for the effort that companies plan to undertake.

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Mobile Office to allow access to password-protected docs

Password management is a serious issue when it comes to working with mobile platforms and software in an office setting.

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IBM considers ‘meeting’ version of Watson

IBM is attempting to promote its Watson system for use in company meetings.

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Internet Explorer will be incompatible with old Java plugins

Microsoft is announcing a new update for Java ActiveX security.

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Android leads mobile browser usage

Statistics show Chrome and Android to have been preferred browsers this past month.

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Protect Unix-based systems from malware ‘Mayhem’

Unix-based software is the target of the recently noted strain of malware called “Mayhem.”

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Insurance companies should be careful when modernizing

Insurance companies have to plan IT modernization in a way that fits in with their schedules.

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Judge whether your legacy applications are worth porting over

Determining which of your legacy applications are most in need of an upgrade might be a key practice to ensuring productivity.

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Virginia government goes outside for mainframe modernization

Legacy modernization of IT should take advantage of all of the options offered by technology.

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