COVID-19 may have changed the economic landscape, but the reality is that companies still need to hire top technical talent to secure their mainframes and ensure their systems continue to operate at their optimum.
Mainframes are equipped to handle large amounts of data quickly, which is why they are a mainstay in many financial and retail companies and other large organizations with critical applications.
So there I sat, having a coffee with an IBM distinguished Engineer at SHARE Fort Worth — more on that later — when he mentions Homomorphic Encryption (H-E). Now, I have been a mainframer for over 40 years, a security specialist for over 25 years, and I had no clue what he was talking about!
As you probably already know, the SHARE summer conference, scheduled for Boston, will not occur. However, that doesn’t mean that SHARE is going to miss out on an opportunity to fulfill our mission.
IBM Master Inventor Jerry Stevens outlined in his SHARE Pittsburgh Best of the Best winning session, Getting the Most Out of OSA and HiperSockets with z/OS Communications Server, how enterprises could achieve those goals.