The mainframe is at the core of technology strategy in many industries, but critics often question whether it is still relevant. In this “Mainframe Matters” series, we’re examining some of the industries where the mainframe plays a critical role, and answering the question: Why does the IBM Z matter
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
According to industry experts, Linux essentially runs most of the Internet. Today, the operating system that has been around since the 90s can be found on your phone, computer, car, and even your refrigerator.
Peek into the board room of many top tier companies these days, and you may spot the presence of Linux.
Linux application deployments rose over the course of four years – from 65 percent to 79 percent – while Windows deployment fell from 45 percent to 36 percent, according to a 2014 report...
Without a doubt, one of cloud computing’s most attractive attributes is flexibility. Rather than get locked into the inherent limitations of legacy systems, organizations that leverage the cloud benefit from the ability to increase or reduce consumption of IT resources as needed.