Digital certificates are equivalent to a website’s identification card, or driver’s license, ensuring that a website is real and not a scam website attempting to steal users’ personal information, such as credit card numbers.
As the SHARE community embraces this new format, the virtual event’s Women in IT track is heating up with several panels, including one on defining the new mainframe agenda and another on mentorship and innovation (both on Aug. 12).
The SHARE Virtual event will highlight new tools and updated languages that attendees can use at their own offices to improve efficiency and productivity.
Going virtual has not been easy, but it has been challenging in the best way possible. This is the first time SHARE has built a fully virtual event with our usual hot topic tracks, a new milestone in our 65-year history.
For 60 years, COBOL has been the cornerstone language for application development on mainframes. It effectively engages in large-scale batch and transaction processing jobs at a number of companies, government organizations, and other firms.