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Montreal legacy renewal firm buys British AS/400 specialist

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Interview: Andrew Wickett on legacy migrations

If your migration is done properly, legacy applications like COBOL will run just fine on commodity hardware, Micro Focus says

Brain drain: Where Cobol systems go from here

The language is known for its scalability, performance and mathematical accuracy. But as the boomer generation prepares to check out of the workforce, IT executives are taking a fresh look at their options

COBOL brain drain: Survey results

Computerworld U.S. ran a research project the use of COBOL in business and government organizations. Examine the data to see what corresponds to Canadian enterprises

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