When I first joined Micro Focus I was lucky enough to sit through a number of product demos, the teams wanted me up to speed on what their stuff ‘did’. Up stepped ‘Rumba’. No – not Rumba the Latin American dance – this was a terminal emulator. Software for mainframe applications that gave the older ‘green-screen’ interface a fresh lick of paint or so I thought.
Micro Focus Marketing Operations Director Mark Plant reflects on making the final cut in the #MME14 Eloqua Markies awards - Best Social Campaign @MicroFocus @Mainframe50
Bringing a new meaning to the phrase ‘elevator pitch’, yesterday Borland Software hosted a select group of customers and developers nearly 400 ft above Millbank in Central London for the inaugural Borland ‘Better Together’ event. Because, to achieve an all-round perspective, you need a room with a view and Altitude’s viewing platform is modelled on the Empire State Building (except it’s much harder to see Central Park).