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How Legacy Processing in IT Leads to Downtime on IBM i

Why haven’t IT processes kept pace with business changes? Why are you still suffering from downtime as the result of human error? Read this article to see how legacy processing methods are still leading to downtime today—and what you can do to stop it.
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Where Does CPU Go When It’s Missing?

Have you ever noticed that the CPU used by individual jobs does not add up to 100 percent? As it turns out, your jobs and subsystems are only part of the story. For the stunning conclusion, we return you to the Licensed Internal Code (LIC).
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Virtual Tape Considerations for IBM i

This article examines some of the most popular IBM VTL (virtual tap library) solutions for IBM i and other platforms. You'll also learn what to consider to determine if VTL is right for you.
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Eight Different Ways to Use HA at My Organization

A flexible, affordable high availability solution can do more for your organization than provide business continuity after a disaster. Discover the many ways HA can help you avoid downtime and keep your data and applications accessible to end users.
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Be in Control of Your ERP

Many ERP packages have built-in schedulers. However, these schedulers are typically not flexible or robust enough to meet the needs of even the smallest data center.
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IBM i marketplace continues to expand

HelpSystems has published its seventh annual IBM i Marketplace Survey. It shows that use of the IBM i platform has surged during the pandemic. What makes this growth more interesting, is that most of the growth has been on-premises or in private datacentres not in the cloud.
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Security remains top focus

HelpSystems has published its seventh annual IBM i Marketplace Survey, exploring how organizations use the IBM i platform and the IT initiatives it supports. Security concerns intensify with challenges over remote worker access.
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The Importance of VIOS

VIOS is considered a standard in organizations running IBM i, AIX, and Linux workloads. But don’t put your business at risk by letting it run unchecked. Learn five areas you must be monitoring.