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Breaking Free of Capital Budget Constraints with Mainframe as a Service

Buying or upgrading a mainframe is a significant undertaking that many organizations put off for as long as possible. First and foremost, mainframe replacements or upgrades are enterprise-class IT investments that typically require a significant capital budget. In today’s economically-conscious atmosphere, where every single upgrade is meticulously scrutinized, government agencies and private enterprises are extremely cost sensitive to new capital investments. Secondly, mainframe systems, hardware and software are all historically very reliable. So much so that many organizations are willing to take the risk of delaying upgrades or new purchases for as long as possible.

Modernizing Legacy Mainframe Systems with MFaaS

You might think that the nation’s nuclear program is run by cutting-edge IT technology. However, a recent Washington Post article revealed how the U.S. Department of Defense coordinates the operational functions of nuclear forces using 8-inch floppy disks.

Blurred Lines: How Cloud is Re-Defining Public/Private Partnership

Federal IT executives are focused on the future. And, as agencies consider modernization strategies and options, most agree that cloud will be a foundational component. While cloud conversations have been ongoing for many years, widespread use of cloud models remains a challenge. There is still confusion about choices, migration paths, and which cloud offerings are available for different types of workload. Fortunately, the burgeoning relationship between government and industry partners helps agencies cut through this cloud confusion. Federal IT executives are focused on the future. And, as agencies consider modernization strategies and options, most agree that cloud will be a foundational component. While cloud conversations have been ongoing for many years, widespread use of cloud models remains a challenge. There is still confusion about choices, migration paths, and which cloud offerings are available for different types of workload. Fortunately, the burgeoning relationship between government and industry partners helps agencies cut through this cloud confusion.

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