Published/updated: April 2011
Today, IT Infrastructure is evolving at a tremendous pace. The Mainframe computer, now often referred to as System z, has long been central to the operations of many organisations. But is the mainframe a system on its last legs or is it the excellent system for managing a wide variety of workloads with high security, low costs and excellent power efficiency that its proponents claim?
This webcast looks at how the platform has evolved and its capabilities in the modern IT world.
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