Today’s enterprises require modern approaches – that don’t require abandoning critical infrastructure. Digital transformation cannot stop where the mainframe begins. Transform your business with modern approaches to mission critical technologies.
Data is your most valuable resource—but only if you can access it fast enough to address present challenges. Data virtualization is the key.
Cloud computing and modernization often go hand in hand, but that doesn’t mean the mainframe should be left behind. A hybrid approach offers the most value, enabling businesses to get the best of both worlds.
As new and novel technologies emerge, innovation alone isn't enough - they must make themselves necessities woven into everyday life.
As more businesses look to modernize their DevOps toolchains, evolving security challenges have made DevSecOps a critical component of ensuring an organization is able to secure its mainframe operations.
Businesses must emphasize the importance of clear processes for requesting, reviewing, approving, and implementing changes, rigorous testing and validation, and continuous improvement to ensure successful product development and deployment in a DevOp....
More and more developers have turned to open source as a means to enable greater collaboration and transparency in application development, but the technology’s arrival also presents new security vulnerabilities that must be addressed.
The mainframe remains the backbone for countless organizations, as modernization efforts bring new technologies into the fold, business leaders are taking steps to ensure mission-critical systems remain secure.
The ability to store, manage, control and replicate data between the mainframe, on-premise software, and public cloud platforms in real time will allow businesses to tap into innovation—even during an acquisition.
Despite the massive projected growth of GenAI, Forrester also expects short-term adoption and productivity gains to be restricted by GenAI’s current limitations. But predictive AI can add value now.
These four factors are highly necessary for successful implementation and to maximize ROI.
Whether it’s a natural disaster, a hardware failure, or a cyberattack, IT leaders face myriad challenges when it comes to managing and mitigating IT risks.
Modern data intelligence tools hold the key for businesses looking to make the most of their internal data.
IT leaders are increasingly focused on efficiency, prioritizing solutions that help cut costs and optimize resources across their organizations.
In a sea of competition, the best way for businesses to stay ahead of the curve comes down to how well they can tap into the data that already exists within their organization.
Managing information and compliance is a juggling act ripe for automation.
Experiences with enterprise products often don’t delight the way consumer products do—but they should.
With the spotlight on IT departments, business leaders need to optimize their IT resources in order to stay competitive.