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For Mission-Critical Systems and Success: Leaders Look to CORBA

For Mission-Critical Systems and Success: Leaders Look to CORBA

Posted on 26. Mar, 2015 by .

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John McHugh, Micro Focus CORBA Product Director explains why leaders still rely on CORBA after nearly 25 years of active service and why this rock solid technology has a bright future ahead!

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A Legacy Case – Examining the Evidence

A Legacy Case – Examining the Evidence

Posted on 13. Mar, 2015 by .

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A recent posting on the Information Age website offers well-used but unconvincing arguments about legacy systems. Derek Britton, Director of Product Marketing, examines the evidence

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The Markies. 1st the worst – 2nd the best…..

The Markies. 1st the worst – 2nd the best…..

Posted on 02. Mar, 2015 by .

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For someone whose personal motto is often along Yoda’s lines of ‘Do. Or Do Not. There is no try’ making it through the heats to the Markie finals again is an emotional experience. ‘What happens if I don’t win this time?’ ‘How can I make sure I win it now?’  mixes with commonly dished out [...]

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Terminal Emulation how-to videos – Micro Focus Rumba+

Terminal Emulation how-to videos – Micro Focus Rumba+

Posted on 02. Mar, 2015 by .

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Jordan Ashman from Micro Focus introduces a fantastic ‘how to’ Rumba+ Terminal Emulation video series on YouTube by Will Cass.

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Selling ‘legacy’ COBOL applications in today and tomorrow’s market

Selling ‘legacy’ COBOL applications in today and tomorrow’s market

Posted on 25. Feb, 2015 by .

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Alexa Rutledge blogs about how Micro Focus helps our application provider partners maximize the lifetime value to the market with Modern COBOL.

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Will you SHARE with us?

Will you SHARE with us?

Posted on 18. Feb, 2015 by .

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Micro Focus products and solutions have complemented IBM systems for more than 30 years. We have been helping our customers extract maximum value from their mainframes for as long as we’ve been coming to SHARE. Ed Airey blogs about the upcoming Seattle event.

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COBOL: The Pink Floyd of programming languages?

COBOL: The Pink Floyd of programming languages?

Posted on 06. Feb, 2015 by .

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Has COBOL has gone the way of the gatefold LP and the next generation of developers should look elsewhere if they want a career in programming? Steve Moore from Micro Focus doesn’t think so – here’s why….

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Lucky for some: z13 Launches today

Lucky for some: z13 Launches today

Posted on 14. Jan, 2015 by .

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Micro Focus is an IBM Partner and virtually all of our technology complements the legendary IBM Mainframe. We’re understandably very excited about the z13 news from IBM. Here’s why by Derek Britton.

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Outsourcing – Extracting maximum value from the Mainframe

Outsourcing – Extracting maximum value from the Mainframe

Posted on 12. Jan, 2015 by .

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Many organizations are choosing the option to explore outsourcing – contracting out all or parts of their business processes to an outsourcer, also known as a systems integrator (SI). This enables the organization to focus on its core competencies, while mitigating any weaknesses by using the expertise of an outsourcer.
This blog explores details of the trend towards outsourcing and its pitfalls, offering guidance on strengthening the partnership between organizations and the outsourcer by addressing some ongoing concerns.

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New horizons or same old scene?

New horizons or same old scene?

Posted on 08. Jan, 2015 by .

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We’ve now had a few days to settle into the new year, but as we take down the festive decorations and look at our business imperatives for 2015, is anything different in enterprise IT? This blog glances at the current picture of global technology, where so much seems like it is changing, but a lot appears to remain the same.

So is that the case? Well, yes and no. While the world appears to rotate ever faster each year and the pace of change in technology is at unprecedented levels, organizations the world over continue to rely on tried and trusted technology to run their most cherished business systems. Yet, the notion that ’tried and trusted‘ equates to ’staid and unchanging‘ is far from reality.

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