After looking at the history of the mainframe, how you're using it, why you might replace it and how to do so, we're now asking - how do you bring it all together?
There are several strategies a company that relies on mainframes today can adopt – from the permissive to the aggressive.
Risk, costs, legacy modernisation, lacking innovation and the need for agility are all drivers pushing businesses away from mainframes today
Becoming a COBOL expert could give you a well paid job for life, but is it a job you'd want?
Encrypt data everywhere and revoke access to data instantly, promises IBM with launch of z15 mainframe
The mainframe is here to stay because it does things better than other platforms in terms of transactions, efficiency, reliability, and security, says O'Malley
Mainframe users cited concerns about disruption and end-user resistance as reasons not to employ MFA
The age of big iron is far from over, but as baby boomers retire the skills gap is becoming a problem
Slew of security enhancements bundled in with IBM z13s upgrade
Linux-only mainframes get a refresh with new tools and capabilities
Gene Amdahl was responsible for fundamental work in computer architecture and design, the chief architect of the IBM System/360 and founder of mainframe maker Amdahl
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After 40 years, Compuware is splitting up and going private - with the promise of more innovation for customers
Bain and Golden Gate Capital plan to drive BMC into the cloud and mobile devices
Fujitsu had been providing its operating environment to Northern Rock for 20 years
New mainframe will cost upwards of $75,000 and be sold to governments and financial services companies
Mainstream adoption beckons for IMC, say analysts
Tech giant looks to improve software and hardware offerings
The home delivery company selected Clerity for the migration
15-year deal with Diligenta will see the migration and consolidation of legacy mainframe platforms