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  •  Visual Basic 6 to .NET Migrations: Understanding Performance

    Migrating a Windows desktop app written in VB6 to C# is 100% worth it! Except there are A LOT of performance considerations. Download this free whitepaper to learn more.

  • 5 Myths About Modernizing Code

    Thinking about rewriting your legacy apps to make them more modern? 
    If you're considering a application modernization project, download the free whitepaper now.

  • HIPAA / HITECH Compliance Risks with Visual Basic 6.0

    Legacy software is very likely to not be HIPAA-compliant.
    Read about the precautions you need to take to ensure full compliance.

  • How to select an automatic VB to .NET migration product
    This article shows the criteria that should be analyzed when considering the acquisition of a migration product.

  • ROI of Eradicating VB6

    Every day brings news of new cyber attacks, malware, and stolen data.
    And every day you hang on to VB6 you increase not only your vulnerability to attack, but also costs.
    To help you run the numbers, we've created a white paper just for you on how to calculate the ROI of eradicating VB6.

  • Migrating Away From Compliance Quicksand
    This white paper considers the latest developments regarding SOX compliance and explains how organizations can ensure ongoing certification by migrating legacy finance applications to a modern IT platform.

  • Fast Track to Software Modernization

    Legacy software applications are valuable assets. Most CIO’s and CEO’s know this, in spite of the fact that today’s balance sheets rarely show their real value.
    Typically, large investments in intellectual capital have been embedded in the legacy systems, but more often than not, those investments have been booked as expenses.

  • Migrating PowerBuilder DataWindows to Web

    The DataWindow object is the cornerstone of PowerBuilder application development. PowerBuilder apps are largely designed around accessing databases, typically for CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations.