Saturday, July 24, 2021

The Cost of Doing Nothing: A Case for Application Transformation

HP: Companies that “do nothing” to improve during a recession disappear. In fact, one study found that only 40 percent of companies that were “brand leaders” before the last recession (1998 to 2002) retained that position after the recession.

What do companies need to do? HP argues that application modernization is one of the most pressing needs today’s enterprises face. In this white paper, the company discusses why modernization is necessary and argues that companies benefit by moving applications off the mainframe. In addition, the paper prevents an overview of HP technologies for application modernization.

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