Posted on 20. Aug, 2015 by Ed Airey.
Product Marketing Director Ed Airey from Micro Focus talks about Micro Focus Visual COBOL announcing support for Microsoft’s next generation development platform, Visual Studio 2015 in his latest insightful blog.
Organizations without mobile capabilities – or a strategy to achieve them – are standing still. But with the right technology, even older COBOL applications have the potential to go mobile. COBOL has a long, rich history of innovation and is adding to it every day…
Posted on 24. Jul, 2015 by Neil Fowler.
In his second blog, Neil Fowler, Micro Focus Development Director, discusses aligning skills requirements to IT business priorities – and suggests some strategies for overcoming the issues associated with a potential development skills shortfall.
A growing trend in the software world is microservices, but is it an important innovation or just a passing fad? Derek Britton looks to the experts to find out.
Posted on 23. Jul, 2015 by Ed Airey.
Micro Focus Product Marketing Director Ed Airey explains the high profile OPM hack. Was COBOL really to blame?
The much-discussed IT skills shortage is a relative concept, argues Derek Britton from Micro Focus, as he examines what this talk about a “crisis” really means in this fascinating blog post. Read on.
David Fletcher, Senior Marketing Manager for Micro Focus Rumba, talks about the challenges with green screen applications and the innovative Screen Canvas feature now available in Rumba 9.4.
SHARE is the place to get up to speed on the hottest enterprise IT topics and choose from more than 500 technical education sessions. Derek Britton looks forward to this year’s Orlando event.
Posted on 14. Jul, 2015 by Derek Britton.
Originally published in Global Banking and Finance Review Derek Britton from Micro Focus looks at the skills and technologies required to keep FSS sector Enterprise IT vibrant.
Posted on 08. Jul, 2015 by Neil Fowler.
Neil Fowler, Micro Focus Development Director, looks at the challenges of aligning skills requirements to IT business priorities, and suggests some strategies for overcoming the issues.
Posted on 08. Jul, 2015 by Sue Lamb.
Micro Focus has been hosting work experience students in the Newbury HQ since 2010. Sue Lamb from HR looks back over this program and blogs about it’s successes. What do the students learn? What does Micro Focus get back in return? All is revealed in her blog – read on.