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It may seem like common sense, but you’d be surprised how many organizations are still making these tape media mistakes. If this is you, there’s never been a better time to change your processes and improve IBM i disaster recovery!
When is the right time to rely on an Option 21 save and when should I turn to an enterprise-class solution like BRMS or Robot Save? Read on to find out.
Operating in the cloud can have some great benefits compared to operating with on-premises software. That’s why surveyed IT professionals predict 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by the year 2020.
If you have no disaster recovery plan, have never tested a recovery, or are thinking it could never happen to your organization, you could be in for some scary consequences.
As IT infrastructures continue to grow more complex, finding performance bottlenecks gets hard. That’s why it’s absolutely essential that IT teams have the tools, training, and resources necessary to quickly identify causes of poor application performance.
Read what happens when the power goes out at a recent IBM i user group conference and how business continuity planning comes into play.
Queuing theory is the study of queues, otherwise known as waiting lines. It sounds straightforward. But unless you have an advanced math degree, queuing theory can be difficult to understand. That’s why we’re clarifying queuing theory basics.