COBOL apps for IBM System z mainframes should see improved performance following the latest release of IBM Enterprise COBOL for z/OS.
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The two formal European Commission investigations centre on IBM's mainframe business, including its bundling of hardware and software, and its behaviour toward rival service suppliers
Company has high hopes for its Viper engine as a way of moving relational-based software to XML
Microsoft is touting Windows Server 2003 as the OS that will push aside Unix and mainframes. But most customers will be upgrading from NT 4--and at a slow pace, analysts say.
Market research company Meta Group takes a swing at Linux, saying that Linux mainframes will soon be irrelevant and that the OS isn't mature enough to handle critical business applications.
The mainframe 'lite' runs a stripped-down operating system and can only use newer software
Mainframes should take up the biggest space at this year's LinuxWorld as the OS has breathed new life into the old industry standby. Corporations are beginning to take notice
Still saving up for your own mainframe computer? Now's your chance
IBM on Monday will release z/OS, its z900 mainframe operating system upgraded to take advantage of the new model's 64-bit design.
Big Blue on Monday is expected to release z/OS, its z900 mainframe operating system upgraded to take advantage of the new model's 64-bit design.
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