Two nice surprises that I encountered this week.
If you’re feeling pressure to move your company’s workloads off the mainframe, pause and do a total cost of ownership (TCO) analysis before taking the leap.
That’s the message Innes Read delivered at SHARE in Anaheim, “Mainframe Rehosting – The Ugly Truth about Costs and Quality of Service."
Mary Anne's preview of MVS Content at SHARE in Anaheim
In only a few months the mainframe becomes 50 years old. And what this means to information technology (IT) buyers is that when you buy a mainframe, you’re buying fifty years of continuous improvements in performance and in manageability – and 50 years of investment protection.
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