Archive | April, 2017

Fidelity Investments Case Study

Rocket Helps Fidelity Investments Speed and Control Change Management

Fidelity Investments attributes much of its success to a simple philosophy: developing and using the latest, most sophisticated technology at every level enables them to exceed business objectives and customer expectations. It’s a philosophy we at Rocket share, and one we see contributes to many of our customer’s achievements. In their pursuit of innovation, Fidelity […]

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Generation Z Competing on Mainframes

Sign up to enter the Student Mainframe Hackathon @ SHARE Student Career Day! We’re proud to partner with SHARE and IBM to sponsor the Student Career Day at the SHARE conference in Providence this August. This event will allow computer science and engineering students to get their hands on arguably the world’s most powerful computing […]

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Cristie Nordic AB Case Study

Rocket Helps Cristie Nordic AB Expand Business

From their employee-owned business model to their specialty disaster recovery and business planning solutions, innovation is an everyday occurrence at IT provider Cristie Nordic AB. Their clientele includes some of the largest companies in the world, so in 2014 when they decided to expand into cloud-based services, it was imperative that they convince customers to […]

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University of Edinburgh Case Study

Rocket Helps U. of Edinburgh Reduce Infrastructure Costs

It’s not every day one of the world’s oldest academic institutions comes to Rocket to learn something new. Since its founding in 1583 (that’s the 16th century!), the University of Edinburgh in Scotland has presented the world with cutting-edge research, inspirational teaching, and innovative thinking. Today, the school’s staff of 13,744 full- and part-time employees […]

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Building companies that last

I spend quite a bit of time working with college students, from our summer interns to participants in IBM’s Master the Mainframe contest. It’s a good feeling because I remember all of the experienced programmers and engineers that shared their expertise with me when I was just starting out. Now it’s my time to help […]

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