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While the primary focus for most IT leaders is geared towards IT transformation and adopting the systems and applications that will allow them to better support today’s digital demands, the IBM z Systems™ mainframe remains the foundation for the majority of enterprise business applications. However, traditional mainframe solutions often come with a high price tag, and many operations continue to be challenged with the fundamental problem of high fixed costs that do not effectively serve corporate interests. In addition, any system alterations or adjustments that need to be made over the course of time can be very costly and often require considerable justification efforts.

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You’d be hard pressed to find any enterprise that didn’t consider its bottom line to be the ‘end all be all’, and frankly, why wouldn’t it be? Every single initiative, system, process, and employee of an organization is ultimately brought on to do one thing; drive bottom line results. Even salespeople, whose primary focus is geared towards generating top line revenue, aren’t going to provide as much value unless they’re able to maintain strong margins and contribute to their organization’s bottom line throughout their sales cycles. The point being, without a strong bottom line it is close to impossible for a company to sustain itself; and in today’s digital landscape, maximizing bottom line profit is paramount to success.

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In order to succeed in today’s digital era, IT organizations must adopt a new way of thinking that embraces the next generation in technology. The world we live in today looks much different than it did 10 years ago, and as technology continues to evolve, so too will the progression of consumer behavior and the way businesses must adapt to meet market demands. Digital disruption has become a reality for the majority of modern enterprises, but many are struggling to find the right balance between operation and innovation.

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Just when you thought you were up to speed on the latest and greatest in data center solutions, a new wave of emerging technologies and trends has surfaced. As more services move to the cloud, enterprises have been forced to build more data centers to keep up with demands. However, with that come the added expenses, resources, and environmental impact associated with effectively managing and maintaining those data centers. And in an age when digital disruption is at its peak and agile transformation is on the mind of every business and IT leader alike, enterprises have had to start thinking outside the box.

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Market demands, business needs, and the role of CIOs are in a state of constant change, but reducing IT costs is an area that is always under relentless scrutiny by CIOs and business leaders alike. With the rise of digital, modern enterprises have been tasked with developing and deploying strategies that will not only support the agile initiatives of business, but do so in a way that reduces the operational and administrative costs associated with such transformations. However, cost-cutting and cost optimization are two very different strategies, and there seems to be a disconnect between the strategy that many IT organizations are implementing and what today’s digital business era calls for.

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In 2014, Gartner unveiled its new ‘Bimodal IT’ model to the industry in the hopes of addressing the challenges faced by modern enterprises in today’s digital world.

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