It would seem for the foreseeable future, if you want something done, it will increasingly have to be done remotely. This is the new operating environment in which we have had to live, adapt and deliver.
This whitepaper is not intended to be an exhaustive guide to mainframe services and client requirements in the new...
Mainframes are often considered one of the most secure data
environments, but organizations are mistaken to believe that mainframes
are inherently secure. In reality, secure means “securable.”
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