Security risk has in the past few years gained attention by organizations around the world regardless of size. Some, obviously, give it more importance than others, but all recognize that addressing security should be part of their risk strategy.
Robert Rosen, former president of SHARE (2004-2006), presided over a tumultuous time in the organization’s history. He helped to “right the ship” financially, ensuring SHARE’s mainframe professionals could continue educating, influencing, and networking.
From scouting to the military, physical badges have signified an individual’s accomplishments. The concept has evolved to meet the needs of the digital world through digital badges at companies like IBM, in online gaming, and among professional organizations and educational institutions.
Mainframe hardware is the backbone of the industry, but often new tracks at SHARE events highlight new trends in technology. Presenters in the Mainframe Hardware track during SHARE Pittsburgh want feedback to further improve the z/OS communications server, it's components, and the user experience.