Origina’s partner, ‘This Spaceship Earth’, an environmental nonprofit organization that is committed to overcoming the challenges of the climate crisis, is seeking additional corporate partners to assist in spreading awareness of climate change.
From Enterprise Executive, Origina’s Hari Candadai discusses how mainframe security models must change to keep up with current day needs.
From Enterprise Tech Journal, Origina’s Hari Candadai reviews how legacy software and mainframes are facing a skills gap challenge that OEMs can’t fill.
From Enterprise Tech Journal, Origina’s Hari Candadai breaks down the impact of mainframe support and maintenance costs on IT budgets, and why it is time for a change.
Dan Ilett, Managing Partner at Tollejo, interviews Tomás O’Leary, the CEO and founder of Origina. They explore how Tomás carved out a niche for his company as a leading independent third-party software support provider for IBM software, and the lessons he has learned along the way.
Origina CEO and Founder, Tomás O’Leary joins Dan Ilett on the Programmable World Podcast. They discuss how Tomás saw opportunity within his industry by always staying one chapter ahead; why networking and community are still invaluable tools to grow any business; and why asking experts for their opinion before you make a big move could save you a lot of time and effort.
Origina, lead corporate sponsor, have wholly embraced This Spaceship Earth’s vision of crew consciousness and seek to help with the mission in promoting crew consciousness around the world.
ITEuropa spoke with Origina’s CRO Brendan Walsh on how third-party enterprise software support services deliver a superior option to those offered by megavendors.
Aside from cost, there are other reasons why the switch to third-party support and maintenance can make more sense for many organizations running legacy software, especially in the public sector.
Orgina has been featured in the Dallas news upon officially opening our US office in Plano, TX. We were honored to be joined by the honorable John B. Muns, Mayor of Plano. Read the full story.