HMRC to move away from 'dangerous dependency' on legacy mainframe operating systems in new IT strategy

Sooraj Shah
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Some HMRC mainframe applications were built in the era of punch cards...

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has released an IT strategy document outlining its plans to move away from what it calls a "dangerous dependency on legacy mainframe operating systems". The organisat...

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