CloudFrame Announces COBOL to Cloud Event for October 13, 2021

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Prevent These 5 Mainframe COBOL Cost Reduction Project Mistakes

Understanding the likely mistakes and how they are prevented can significantly enhance your prospects for a successful mainframe COBOL compute cost reduction or replatforming project. Read about these 5 preventions.

CloudFrame announces Reducing Mainframe COBOL Costs virtual event.

Event Date/Time: September 15, 2021 – 1 PM Eastern For decades businesses that depend heavily on mainframe COBOL have attempted to bridge the gap between their mission-critical mainframe COBOL applications and their modern applications and development processes. Why? Because those mainframe applications demand more of their IT budget, are supported by a shrinking population of […]

EEI and CloudFrame Partnership Announcement

Enterprise Engineering, Inc. and CloudFrame Inc. announce partnership to automate Mainframe COBOL to Cloud migrations NEW YORK, Aug. 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Enterprise Engineering, Inc. (EEI), an industry leader and trusted advisor to the financial services industry, today announced a new joint marketing venture with CloudFrame, a premiere global mainframe modernization software products company. The partnership solidifies EEI’s unique […]

Navigating IBM COBOL 4.2 End of Support Waters: Chart a course to benefit your business

Navigating IBM COBOL 4.2 End of Support Waters: Chart a course to benefit your business Surprisingly, COBOL has been in the news a lot recently, due to its significant usage in many federal govern-ment and state systems, most recently with unemployment systems, being in the news. With the global COVID-19 pandemic, those unemployment systems were […]

Stop the COBOL Brain Drain

Stop the COBOL Brain Drain Before they Reach the Exit Door I came across an article written in March of 2012 by Robert L. Mitchell, in ComputerWorld called, “Brain drain: Where Cobol systems go from here,” where there is a lengthy discussion dealing with the risk of an aging COBOL workforce and their march towards […]