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Mainframes 2021

Monday's Musings: Inside Why The Mainframe Is Alive And Thriving

Mainframes Still Going Strong After 70 Years Mainframes entered the market in the early 1950's when IBM and the seven dwarfs (Burroughs, Unisys, NCR, Control Data, Honeywell, GE, and RCA) created the computing age and competed for critical applications, sophisticated modeling, and large-scale transactions and workloads among the largest of organizations.
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Monday's Musings: Inside The Post 2020 Election GeoTech Analysis

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Monday's Musings: The Death of Density As A Business Model And What To Do About It

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Monday's Musings: Inside The Five Levels Of Autonomous Enterprises

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Monday's Musings: What's Up With Big Tech Stocks? The Insider View For 2019

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Monday's Musings: Seven Common Failures Plague Board Room Strategy In Digital Transformation

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Monday's Musings: Designing Five Pillars For Level 1 Artificial Intelligence Ethics

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Digital Transformation Digest: Mobile World Congress and 5G, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Google Assistant Gets A Boost

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Digital Transformation Digest: Oracle Bets Big On Cloud, Eye On Amazon Domination, and New Investments In Enterprise Tech

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Digital Transformation Digest: Arizona Accepts Crypto For Tax, Google Rumored With iMessage Competitor, HomePods Sound Good

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Research Report: Constellation's Futurist Framework (PESTEL) - The Societal Outlook Pre @Davos #WEF18

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Research Report: Constellation's Futurist Framework (PESTEL) - The Economic Outlook Pre @Davos #WEF18

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