In this blog we’re going to continue loing at real examples of Application Decommissioning success stories—this time in the Healthcare industry. Here we are loing at a complex network of healthcare providers (hospitals, clinics, pharmacies, labs, doctors, dentists, and so forth), healthcare insurance plans, and other related organizations such as
It’s that time of year when we open the windows and start cleaning items that have gathered dust during the past winter. For IT departments in the financial services community, spring cleaning is about tackling the growing number of outdated, unsupported, and costly legacy applications that represent than half
This blog post originally appeared as an article in the April/May 2015 issue of the AircraftIT Ops eJournal. The risks of battery fires on board aircraft have been in the news again recently. A couple of incidents with battery fires and another air refusing the freight carriage of lithium battery
Paul Saunders, Solution Manager at Flatirons Solutions, ivers a keynote presentation at the 2015 MRO & Operations IT EMEA Conference titled, “How to make tough decisions with legacy Aviation IT: Learn how to archive your legacy systems.” The presentation takes place Wednesday, June 10, 2015, at 10.30 a.m. at Park Inn
This blog post originally appeared as an article in the April/May 2015 issue of the AircraftIT MRO eJournal. As mobility is reaching a state of ubiquity in aircraft maintenance, attention is now turning to the next big thing with mobile aviation IT. For me, one candidate deserving of attention is wearable technology. In
In past blogs we’ve introduced the idea of Application Decommissioning, explained how it works, and showed you why it has such a compelling business case. Now it’s time to get down to some real examples. Today we’re going to focus on the Aviation and Aerospace industry, particularly on the manufacturing
Last week at EMC World, we held a series of Meet Up sessions focusing on legacy applications and application decommissioning. Judging by attendance at the sessions and what we hear broadly in the marketplace, many organizations are sitting on large numbers of legacy applications that are ripe for decommissioning.
Application Retirement for InfoArchive solves the pain of aviation IT bloat! Did you know that most medium to large companies in regulated industries like aviation spend almost 3/4 of their available IT budgets on legacy applications and infrastructure? Simply put, the liability cost of shutting down a redundant or obsolete