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
The mainframe has been around for more than six decades, but does it have a place in a 21st century tech stack?
Computing's editorial director Stuart Sumner chairs a panel of industry luminaries, giving insights on how to market to the industry's bosses. Panellists include: Jane Deal from The Law Society; Nick Ioannou from RG Partnership; and Terry Willis from...
James Foulkes, co-founder of Kingpin Communications, on what persuades CIOs and their teams to choose you
Lindsay Willott, founder of Customer Thermometer on how she has built a repeatable, scalable lead-generation model without spending a penny on marketing
Tom Wright, director of content and performance marketing at Incisive Media, describes the shifting role of brands - and brand advertising - in the digital era
Rhiannon Monks, CEO of Traveltalk, explains how she has created a start-up culture, founded on experimentation and learning
This documentary explores the various options open to firms refreshing their client estates this year, including desktops, laptops, Ultrabooks, tablets, smartphones and desktop virtualisation
Clint Oram, CTO and co-founder of SugarCRM explains how open source can adapt to fit established procurement methodologies
What are the opportunities offered by big data, how can firms exploit them, and is it fundamentally worth it?
Ian Foddering, CTO UK & Ireland, Cisco, talks to Computing about the long-term benefits the IT powering London 2012 will bring to the UK
Tony Pepper, CEO at Egress Software, desribes his firm's innovative way of marketing its technology through existing customers
Computing's regular podcast features news of major IT projects at Gatwick and Heathrow airports, and analysis of why web coders often ignore basic security best-practise
With the UK IT Awards 2012 now open for entries, one of last year's winners, Egress Software, talks about the event and what the achievement has meant for the business
Cesare Garlati, director of consumerisation at Trend Micro, discusses what enterprises need to consider as large numbers of staff prepare to work remotely during the Games
Staff are increasingly using their personal devices for work. Productivity may increase as a result, but the trend brings with it security risks
The network will equip staff with up-to-date information on passenger flow and network issues to keep traffic moving during the games
Mobile technology is helping TfL improve its services in time for the Olympics
Former British Airways CIO Paul Coby tells Computing about his transition to being CIO at John Lewis
John Lewis CIO Paul Coby tells Computing about the benefits business intelligence brings to his business
Garry Sidaway, director of security strategy at Integralis discusses the current threats to enterprises, and how they should protect themselves
The CTO of telecommunications firm Interoute discusses data centre bottlenecks caused by virtualisation - is it a valid concern?