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From Intern to Associate Data Scientist: Josh

From Software Development Intern to Associate Data Scientist, Josh is exploring exciting avenues for career growth at HelpSystems. He’s even pursuing a master’s degree with tuition reimbursement!
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Advanced Cyber Threat Intelligence

This blog by Dr. Edward Amoroso, Tag Cyber, provides a high-level overview of modern advances in cyber threat intelligence and how the HelpSystems cybersecurity portfolio supports this important method for reducing information risk in enterprise at various levels of the intelligence process starting with data security.
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3 Key Differentiators in Matchup of Automation Anywhere vs. HelpSystems Automate

Robotic process automation (RPA) is transforming time-consuming, manual processes across industries, with robust growth expected over the next several years, according to recent research. The market is expected to grow from $2.4 billion in 2021 to nearly $6.5 billion by 2025, a 170% increase. Not all RPA solutions work in the same way nor solve the same business challenges, however. As the RPA...
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What is the HelpSystems Value Proposition for Cybersecurity?

In this guest blog, Dr Ed Amoroso, CEO, Tag Cyber, provides a high-level overview of the HelpSystems cybersecurity portfolio value proposition based on a mapping of its component solution offerings to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) phases.
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Lessons Learned from IBM's Native Scheduler

The systems that businesses rely on today are increasingly complex and challenging to manage without sophisticated job scheduling tools. According to the annual IBM i Marketplace Survey Results, only 22 percent of IBM i shops are running the IBM i operating system exclusively. 68 percent are also running the Windows OS, another 56 percent are running Linux, and 26 percent are running AIX. That...
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Job Status and Other Stories About Application Monitoring

As a system engineer, I’ve done hundreds of demos and helped many companies set up their IBM i monitoring. I’ve developed a pretty good idea of what people want to be most aware of on IBM i, and it’s this: Are my applications running OK? This makes sense because, ultimately, IBM i is a very well-made tool for running your applications. In turn, you want to keep your applications running because...
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Job Scheduling Options from HelpSystems

You’ve known for years that you need a more sophisticated scheduling tool for automating the applications and administrative tasks running on the servers in your data center. Cron, Windows Task Scheduler, and the built-in, native IBM i job schedule entries don’t allow dependencies, have no reporting or notification options, and allow no flexibility around dynamically calculating parameter values...