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Global software company Oracle today announced Oracle Verrazzano, an open-source curated stack providing a complete one-stop-shop secure container platform.

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WEBINAR INVITATION: Alliance partners for decades with finely tuned hardware and software, HPE and SUSE are discussing "Modernising Your Mission-Critical Workloads: Risk, Scale & Performance" at their one hour A/NZ Webinar, starting 11am on February 18, 2021.

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The Australian Government has opened consultation on reforms to modernise Australia’s spectrum management framework.

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GUEST CONTRIBUTION* by Mark Weaser VP APAC, OutSystems: Modernisation is dependent on reducing complexity and successful consolidation. Many organisations rely on legacy apps which, in some cases, have been a staple of their business processes for years and sometimes decades. These legacy apps are often linked to other older systems, programs, hardware, and infrastructure, as well. Moving entire systems and libraries from one platform to another can result in data loss, system downtime, capital expenditure and many hours of manual labour.

GUEST CONTRIBUTION* by Mark Weaser VP APAC, OutSystems: Modernisation is dependent on reducing complexity and successful consolidation. Many organisations rely on legacy apps which, in some cases, have been a staple of their business processes for years and sometimes decades. These legacy apps are often linked to other older systems, programs, hardware, and infrastructure, as well. Moving entire systems and libraries from one platform to another can result in data loss, system downtime, capital expenditure and many hours of manual labour.

Published in Apps

Seventy percent of enterprises favour modernisation as an approach for implementing strategic change as compared to the replacing/retiring of key COBOL applications, according to a survey commissioned by UK technology company Micro Focus.

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Veeam sees the acceleration of cloud adoption and growing customer expectations across the IT industry as the biggest catalysts for significant change through 2016

Published in Data

Terminal emulation is a technology that just won't die: it'll be around as long as there are devices and programs that expect to talk to a terminal. So it isn't surprising that Micro Focus is still developing its Rumba line of terminal emulation software.

Five year support contract follows successful modernisation of Trustee Client Management System

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