The mainframe may be unfamiliar to many undergrads studying computer science, but that wasn’t the case for Warren Harper. You might even call it a family business: both of Harper’s parents and his sister worked in mainframes in the past, which gave him a much more positive view of the industry and i
You know that’s not part of the log-on screen on any production mainframe system. The corporate lawyers made sure a long time ago that nothing could be construed as inviting unauthorized people to log on to the system of record for the world’s most important corporate data and processing.
We’ve been talking a lot about Blockchain recently, from pervasive encryption to the ways Blockchain is changing the world. At SHARE Sacramento, March 11-16, we’ll hear from mainframe experts and educators on subjects ranging from demystifying the Blockchain technology to how to integrate Blockchain
Security is always a hot topic in mainframe, and that’s definitely the case at SHARE Sacramento, which runs this year from March 11 to March 16. Beyond a keynote on securing the mainframe by experts Phil Young and Chad Rikansrud, there are more than a dozen technical sessions that touch on security
Ever wish you knew more about the Interactive System Productivity Facility (ISPF)? Join us at SHARE Sacramento, March 11-16, to learn from experts about this very important software product for z/OS®. Dan Dirkse, former ISPF/PDF developer and technical editor for the Edit and Edit Macros publication