The best thing IBM can do to help secure the mainframe’s future is to roll up its sleeves and get to work, says one prominent Big Bluer
Regardless of whether customers opt for Linux-on-zSeries or choose to abandon the mainframe altogether, Oracle stands to benefit
Six characteristics to look for in a solution to move your organization to the “paperless office” goal.
How an enterprise architect can help you maximize your investment in BPM and BRE tools and other technologies.
Project Blackbox might be a gimmick, but Sun’s virtualization moves are for real
Just as physical symptoms indicate underlying system imbalance in humans, an enterprise must be watchful of its technology and business warning signs.
The University of Toronto implements IBM’s new z9 Business Class system to increase and improve service levels while reducing costs
Some mainframers think IBM’s $100 million could be better spent addressing training, licensing, and other long-standing Big-Iron pain points
IBM is putting its money where its mouth is—spending $100 million over the next five years to make its mainframe systems easier to use
Two companies have teamed up to simplify creating voice-enabled applications
Two mainframe number-crunching mainstays make their bids for broad BI dominance
IBM is touting a more abstract kind of workload—the mainframe-as-service-enabled hub
What does ISS give IBM—and is it worth the $1.6 billion Big Blue paid for it? That depends, analysts say.
Vista includes a few amenities to which IT pros should warm, but is it enough to justify deploying it in corporate environments?
Are a pair of recent Intel-to-System z defections a harbinger of what’s to come?
Customers are still betting their businesses on IMS and other “legacy” datastores—and mainframe ISVs are more than happy to oblige.
With Intel finally righting itself after years of floundering in AMD’s wake, why did IBM pick now to take the Opteron plunge?
Microsoft’s absence in new initiatives troubles industry watchers
DataMirror last week trumpeted what it describes as “significant” performance improvements in the latest version of its Transformation Server for z/OS
By putting $4.5 billion of its money where its mouth is, has HP finally put the lie to the canard that it isn’t serious about software?