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Steven Paul Jobs sought to leave a dent in the universe, and he did, changing the world with his vision and determination, creating the world's most successful technology company and changing personal computing for the better.

Published in Home Tech

Australian and New Zealand enterprises are global leaders in cloud adoption, with many having implemented cloud programs across all or most functions, and with goals to be fully integrated and cloud-first, according to a new survey from Indian outsourcing firm Infosys.

Published in Cloud

IBM and Red Hat today announced millions of existing IBM-based applications would now be enabled for modernisation through Red Hat OpenShift.

Published in Open Source

IBM today announced its new IBM Cloud Private software platform, which it claims will help companies unlock billions of dollars in technology investment.

Published in Cloud
Thursday, 28 April 2011 13:58

Lingering legacy keeps Cobol coding

Cobol may be well into its 50s but like any good Baby Boomer it's clinging on - thanks in large part to lingering legacy.  A random sampling of online jobs boards today turned up eight Cobol jobs in NSW, 24 in Victoria, and a lonely single role in Canberra.

Published in Virtualisation

Fujitsu, a leading provider of ICT business solutions, today announced the launch of its Global Legacy Modernization Solution. The announcement of this offering is further supported by the release of a web-based service for customers to undertake an online self-assessment at each level of the service capability set. This new option enables customers to better define their situation and business requirements which then guides Fujitsu's understanding of customer needs and project priorities.

FTDI's DB9-USB-RS232 modules offer ideal solution for migrating legacy DB9 based RS232 applications to USB 2.0

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