IBM and Red Hat today announced millions of existing IBM-based applications would now be enabled for modernisation through Red Hat OpenShift.
An audit can often be the first time a business will find out that its software licences may not be compliant, opening up the company to unnecessary risks which could easily have been avoided by following the correct processes at the beginning.
IBM's latest PowerLinux server is aimed at Big Data and other analytics applications.
Clothing retailer City Beach will use Brennan's infrastructure as a service (IaaS) offering to underpin its eCommerce efforts.
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