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Stand Guard Anti-Virus for Linux 4.1.3: Download and Installation

Use the following instructions to download and install Stand Guard Anti-Virus for Linux. Minimum System Requirements RHEL 5.x/6.x 32-bit RHEL 5.x/6.x/7.x 64-bit CentOS 5.x/6.x 32-bit CentOS 5.x/6.x/7.x 64-bit Oracle EL 5.x/6.x 32-bit Oracle EL 5.x/6.x/7.x 64-bit SLES 11/12 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04/16.04 64-bit RHEL 6.8/7.2 Power Linux Big Endian SLES 11 Power Linux Big Endian SLES 12 Power Linux Little...
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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...