Despite the impact the GDPR will have on companies, whether they exist in the EU, U.S. or elsewhere, most still are unprepared for the regulation.
A new report by Clabby Analytics discusses differences between system-level activity monitoring, accomplished with resources like SMF data, and application-level activity monitoring, accomplished using a tool like Application Audit, Compuware’s new cybersecurity and compliance solution.
With the new integration between Compuware Application Audit and Syncsort Ironstream, organizations can begin improving multiple aspects of mainframe security and operations.
Read about the new report from mainframe industry analysts Ptak Associates, a review of Compuware's new cybersecurity and compliance solution, Application Audit.
It was an honor to host three essential mainframe customers at Evolve and hear their feedback on how Compuware’s unwavering customer devotion and modern mainframe tools are helping them succeed.
Today, there is even greater reason for passionate thought leaders who support the mainframe’s growth in the digital age to come forward against the rising din of critics who claim the platform and COBOL are dead.
Employees are core to driving patentable innovation, but that process is easier said than done. Read what Compuware is doing to motivate employees, and how one software architect's process is driven from collaboration with colleagues.
Helping programmers improve COBOL code testing is an absolute necessity considering mainframe programs tend to be the oldest and most important parts of the business.
In “Mainframe programming and the modern developer," analyst Daniel Howard writes about his change of perspective regarding the ease of mainframe programming with Compuware Topaz and Topaz Workbench,
As a company that prides itself on supporting a culture of continuous learning across all strata of the organization, it’s exciting to see Little Free Library have an impact on our own culture and the city we inhabit.
Learn some of the major challenges companies face with hiring next-gen developers for mainframe, including barriers keeping Millennials away from mainframe development, and what companies can do to combat those and improve recruitment.
While becoming Agile seems like a radical, sweeping shift for a mainframe company to make, it’s historically justified as a powerful method that generates more success because of its incremental framework.
BMC's new survey gives a thorough explanation for why the mainframe plays a key role in digital transformation and should be expected to experience longevity in the enterprise IT architecture.
Gen Z mainframe developers will arrive with their own generational idiosyncrasies, à la baby boomers, Gen Xers and millennials before them. It’s the nature of the workplace, and mainframe shops should be prepared to adapt.
Today’s visit from Chairman Chaffetz and Congressman Walberg exemplified the time commitment they have to investigating and understanding technology issues the Federal Government faces.
Companies that fail to comply with the GDPR will face the greater of two fines—€20 million or 4 percent of global turnover. Given the dire consequences of failing to measure up to GDPR standards, it’s essential for enterprises to prepare for the GDPR.
During the congresswoman’s visit, Compuware executives and employees showcased the company’s ability to modernize the mainframe with the Agile culture, processes and tools necessary for success in a constantly shifting digital age.
Detroit was a new city for the Compuware interns, but it’s also becoming a new city to itself. And like Detroit, the mainframe is becoming a new platform equipped with the familiar culture, processes and tools millennials need to be successful, regardless of their experience levels.
Mainframe agility is now a competitive requirement for enterprises in the accelerating digital economy. Agile provides the development framework for IT organizations to thrive in a fast-paced environment, and Scrum meetings are an indispensable component of that framework.