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Published By: Microfocus     Published Date: Apr 11, 2012
The Micro Focus terminal emulation report evaluates the current state of this mature market - providing a snapshot of the industry to help customers make better decisions in their IT environments.
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application modernization, application development, mainframe, mainframe migration, cobol, borland, testing tools, developer tools, security
    
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Published By: Micro Focus     Published Date: Feb 24, 2015
Customer service improved with real-time web application. Read the story.
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microfocus, rumba, customer service, real time web application, insurance quotes, business efficiency
    
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Published By: Micro Focus     Published Date: Feb 24, 2015
With today’s ‘touch of a button’, always-on lifestyles, consumers expect information to be quickly accessible to customer-facing staff. They expect the same efficiency they get from their own phones or devices. Yet all too often business data is mired in outdated, slow systems and applications. These systems are difficult to work with, making each call or transaction slow to process as a result. This impacts customer satisfaction and reduces throughput. It affects productivity.
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Published By: Micro Focus     Published Date: Aug 17, 2011
With the majority of mainframe processing power allocated to production, the mainframe is not the most appropriate platform for ongoing development.
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Published By: Micro Focus     Published Date: Aug 17, 2011
This white paper explores the different strategies available to CIOs - highlighting the cost-effective steps available to address core challenges.
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Published By: Micro Focus     Published Date: Aug 17, 2011
The cost savings delivered by enterprise application migration can fund business transformation projects without a net increase in IT spend.
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Published By: Micro Focus     Published Date: Aug 17, 2011
Rehosting preproduction testing, while the production system stays on the mainframe, is a proven approach to reduce operating costs & improve quality
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Published By: Micro Focus     Published Date: Aug 17, 2011
Migrating apps to more contemporary platforms is a proven modernization strategy that reduces costs and makes IT more agile in supporting business.
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