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Mainframe is Key to Digital Business Strategies, Survey Reveals
Blog: President's Corner | By: Lauren Williamson | Released: December 15, 2014, 3:45 pm
“Digital business” is one of the noisiest buzzwords of the moment as organizations strive to transform their operating models into something more relevant, agile and, ultimately, disruptive. Even as organizations push toward more innovative operations, System z remains at the core of many strategies
Make Security Lessons Meaningful to Help Them Stick with Employees
Blog: President's Corner | By: Lauren Williamson | Released: October 22, 2014, 6:09 am
Your mom might be behind the next great cyber-attack—and she won’t even know it.
During his keynote address on security at SHARE in Pittsburgh, Robert Andrews, co-founder and chief information security officer for Mainstream Security, detailed the ways criminals are co-opting computers to propagate
The Apple/IBM Partnership: Security and Access to Mainframe Data
Blog: President's Corner | By: Joe Clabby | Released: October 13, 2014, 6:58 am
Apple and IBM announced in July that they were preparing to develop more than 100 business software programs for Apple’s iOS operating environment. These programs are being designed for a wide range of industries including financial services, health care, retail and telecommunications. What IBM and
Data Analytics Find their Power on the Mainframe
Blog: President's Corner | By: Lauren Williamson | Released: September 30, 2014, 6:24 pm
It’s no secret that companies are embracing analytics as one of the key drivers of future growth.
But new mainframe technologies are enabling organizations to harness increasingly meaningful results from data gathered from disparate sources, including a better understanding of clients and prospects
‘Ultimate Virtualized System’ Key to Leveraging Trending Technologies
Blog: President's Corner | By: Lauren Williamson | Released: September 25, 2014, 6:21 am
'Ultimate Virtualized System’ Key to Leveraging Trending Technologies
The amount of money IBM bet on the mainframe’s success—$5 billion—is the equivalent of $200 billion in today’s dollars.
It was a bet that paid off—big time. System z continues to be a dynamic force in driving future enterprise I