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May 09, 2011


Tom Foremski

Great article. I've always wondered what it is about mainframe technology that remains so powerful.

Regarding the digital payments topic, where do you see the disruption happening? After all, disruptive technologies are called "disruptive" for a reason: they disrupt companies and industries. IBM itself, was almost a casualty to the disruptive technologies represented by the PC. Plenty of companies were disrupted out of existence. Who's in the pathway of the disruptive technologies represented by digital money?

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