The current mainframe skill set will not be sufficient to meet business needs, according to 59% of respondents of the LzLabs and Microsoft survey.
IT decision makers are deciding to move away from legacy mainframes. The reason? The need to innovate.
Moving off the legacy mainframe makes sense, due to the high cost and inflexibility that it brings to business. Because of these factors, it is limiting the ability of IT departments to achieve innovation.
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