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We need a fresh, modern approach to content management. It may seem like only yesterday that enterprise content management (ECM) systems arrived on the scene, but one-size-fits-all solutions are no longer adequate for today’s complex and hybrid infrastructures. However, the need for a quick fix has driven many enterprises to act tactically rather than strategically, resulting in complicated mixed infrastructures and the need to maintain many dissimilar, but overlapping platforms…

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Centerbridge Partners, L.P. (“Centerbridge”) has announced that it has completed the $1.26 billion acquisition of enterprise software providers Syncsort Incorporated (“Syncsort”) and Vision Solutions, Inc. (“Vision”) from affiliates of Clearlake Capital Group, L.P. (“Clearlake”). As previously announced, Clearlake, which acquired Syncsort in 2015 and Vision in 2016, is retaining a minority ownership stake in the combined company…

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AES is pleased to announce its entry into the growing Microservices and DevOps Arenas with new support for Docker Containers. DevOps is based on implementing a microservices architecture using highly automated containers to build, deploy, provision, manage, and operate enterprise services. Docker is a forerunner in the container technology arena and fueling the most significant change in how businesses deploy applications…

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Compuware Corporation has announced the launch of a Mainframe Center of Excellence (CoE) in partnership with Wipro Limited, a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company. The Mainframe CoE will be dedicated to helping large global enterprises better leverage their systems of record for competitive advantage in fast-moving digital markets…

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Compuware Corporation is pleased to announce Day One support of IBM’s new z14 mainframe. The z14’s new features, particularly greater security enabled through pervasive encryption, will help Compuware customers optimize “digital trust”—heightening user confidence that their sensitive data is being kept safe and secure. Additional hardware capacity and performance optimizations will also help customers more fully leverage their mainframes as a competitive asset…

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IBM has announced solutions that connect mainframes to IBM’s DS8880 family of primary all-flash storage systems, provide data encryption to ensure transactional, business intelligence and machine learning workloads used for businesses running IBM Z environments are protected if data is lost or compromised. IBM’s DS8880 all flash helps clients deliver hybrid cloud environments by adding additional clouds supported…

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IBM today unveiled IBM Z, the next generation of the world’s most powerful transaction system, capable of running more than 12 billion encrypted transactions per day. The new system also introduces a breakthrough encryption engine that, for the first time, makes it possible to pervasively encrypt data associated with any application, cloud service or database all the time…

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H&W Computer Systems (H&W) announced that its SYSB-II® software is covered for Day One support with CICS 5.4, which IBM is releasing today. “With Day One support, H&W is ensuring that its SYSB-II software will work as expected with the new 5.4 release of CICS, even if customers upgrade right away,” said Matt Link, CEO and president of H&W. “This support gives customers peace of mind that they can trust SYSB-II to be there when they need it.” Companies worldwide – including some of the largest in America – rely on the SYSB-II software to allow CICS to remain online and updating VSAM files while batch also updates the VSAM files. Due to the importance of this functionality to users, H&W works to stay apprised of new versions of CICS and z/OS on the horizon so it can ensure SYSB-II will integrate with them seamlessly. …

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