Ellucian Partners with Morphis to Complete Banner® Modernization

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Ellucian Banner Modernization

BOULDER, Colo. — Nov. 8th, 2016 — Morphis, an application modernization software company based in Portugal with offices in the U.S., U.K., Spain and Brazil, announced today the completion of a significant modernization project with Ellucian, the leading global provider of higher education software and services. The project, which included the migration of over 4,000 pages from Oracle Forms to … Read More

Choosing a Legacy Modernization Partner and Healthcare IT Threats – Morphis In the News

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Morphis In The News

Choosing Your Legacy Modernization Partner So, you have decided the time is right to modernize your legacy systems. Who do you partner with and what criteria should you use to make this selection? Morphis has recently contributed articles to three prestigious publications to help you make the right decision. #1 9 Tips for Choosing a Legacy Modernization Partner Covering risk … Read More

Survey: Where Are You On Your Modernization Journey?

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Modernization Journey

At Morphis, we realize how important cybersecurity is in the increasingly digital, modern business landscape. Despite advances in cybersecurity technology, organizations across every industry are affected by the growing problem that cyber threats pose. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center’s 2016 Data Breach Reports, 2016 has seen more than 850 data breaches affecting nearly 30 million records as of … Read More

Federal IT Budget: Breaking The Legacy Cycle

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Federal IT Budget

2016 has been a big year for cybersecurity. IT departments in nearly every industry around the world are scrambling to keep up with the latest cyber threats, and the US federal government is beginning to do the same. President Barack Obama’s fiscal 2017 budget proposal raised federal IT spending up to $89.9 billion and allocated $38.55 billion for defense-related IT … Read More

2016 Sees Uptick in State-Sponsored Data Breaches

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State-Sponsored Data Breaches

Discussions surrounding cybersecurity have moved out of the offices of IT departments and into the limelight. In fact, a discussion surrounding cybersecurity found its way on to the United States’ presidential debate stage earlier this year. Including September’s revelation of the nearly 500 million Yahoo! accounts said to have been hacked— the largest data breach to date — a number … Read More