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Tuesday, 19 October 2021 17:53

The seven deadly sins of technology modernisation

WHITE PAPER: Who would have thought the seven deadly sins – pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, anger and sloth – were relevant to technology modernisation? CPT's new white paper explains how.

Published in CIO Trends

Who would have thought the seven deadly sins – pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, anger and sloth – were relevant to technology modernisation? CPT's new white paper explains how.

Published in Guest Research

Indian outsourcing firms may be on a good wicket at the moment but could soon end up literally being caught in the slips due to the fact that their staff are unable to keep up with the changing technologies that companies that could become their clients have begun using.

Published in Outsourcing

GUEST OPINION by Ken Martin, Regional Director APAC, Compuware: Governments are starting to ease pandemic-related restrictions in Australia and abroad. The possible outlines of economic recovery are starting to take shape. But the crisis has left many organisations on the defensive, contending with a catch-22 of needing to do more faster and with fewer resources.

GUEST OPINION by Ken Martin, Regional Director APAC, Compuware: Governments are starting to ease pandemic-related restrictions in Australia and abroad. The possible outlines of economic recovery are starting to take shape. But the crisis has left many organisations on the defensive, contending with a catch-22 of needing to do more faster and with fewer resources.

Published in Guest Opinion

Insights for better experiences, intelligent automation for DevOps and “Shift-Left” for native security are the innovations enterprises need for their Modern Software Factories.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Wednesday, 08 November 2017 06:12

Survey claims mainframe myths dispelled

A survey of mainframe use among 1069 business professionals by BMC claims to have busted five common myths about these machines, which are often said to have outlasted their usefulness.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Tuesday, 07 February 2017 11:19

Start-up Mainframe Cloud secures ATO contract

Fintech start-up Mainframe Cloud (MfC) has inked a contract with the Australian Taxation Office to deliver a suite of mainframe modernisation solutions.

Published in Deals

Computing devices may be reducing in size and a majority of users may be obsessed with just their smartphones, but the venerable mainframe still has a big and steady role to play in business, a survey by the US technology company BMC Software has found.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Friday, 07 October 2016 16:25

Bringing DevOps to the mainframe

With the right tools, mainframe developers can be as agile and productive as those on other platforms, according to Compuware.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 07 December 2015 11:36

Chris Gibbs appointed MD of BMC A/NZ

Former CA, IBM and Telstra exec Chris Gibbs has been appointed MD of BMC Software in Australia/NZ to lead ‘all aspects of building a strong competitive position for BMC.’

Published in People Moves

Mainframes are delivering security, availability, data and transactional throughput, which are ‘key drivers in powering the digital economy’, with its survey respondents clearly positive on mainframe’s future.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Enterprise infrastructure provider ISI has snared a $31 million contract from Lockheed Martin to provide operational support and management for the Department of Defence mainframe services.

Published in Deals

Mainframe solutions vendor Compuware has released what it says are new innovations to its Workbench Eclipse-based mainframe development environment.

Tuesday, 17 December 2013 02:38

Mobile has big impact on the mainframe

Mobile technology is increasing complexity, usage and costs of mainframe applications, with companies finding it more difficult to isolate and fix problems, according to newly published research.

Tuesday, 05 November 2013 19:20

NT government department sticks with IBM

The Northern Territory Government Department of Corporate and Information Services (DCIS) is adopting the new IBM mainframe platform, zBC12 with the aim of improving efficiency dividends and reliability across its core database systems.

Published in Deals

Linux tends to be associated with x86 hardware in a business context, but some well-known companies are running it on mainframes.

Published in Open Source

IBM's zEC12 is the latest generation of the mainframe family that has been at the heart of enterprise computing for almost half a century.

Published in Enterprise
Tuesday, 20 September 2011 08:50

Manage your mainframe from your mobile

More than half of all organisations using mainframes are now open to the idea of managing them from a mobile phone. This is big iron 2.0, and there are signs that the mainframe may be in for a minor renaissance courtesy of the cloud and social media.

Published in Cloud Computing
Tuesday, 26 July 2011 03:31

Don't write-off the mainframe yet

It's too soon to write off the mainframe, with recent sales and revenues for the platforms in the Australian and New Zealand region apparently defying doomsayer predictions.

Published in Market
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