- November 14, 2005
For its spring 2006 conference, the iSeries user group COMMON plans to focus on service-oriented architecture. COMMON's Bob Krzeczowski says the technology will be a big part of the education curriculum going forward.
- November 10, 2005
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- November 07, 2005
Seven ways autonomics can deliver a healthy, efficient high availability environment -- with less ma
If you think fully autonomic tools are the things of science fiction, then think again. High availability solutions for the iSeries now include self-healing, self-auditing, and self-learning features. Peter Sa from Lakeview Technology outlines seven...
- November 02, 2005
LANSA recently released the next generation of its supply chain management tool, Data Sync Direct, V2.5.
- October 31, 2005
Recently, Search400.com asked readers if they thought IBM could sustain the iSeries growth that happened over the last three quarters. While many were happy to see sales bounce back, others said Big Blue could do more. Here is a sampling of the ...
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- October 26, 2005
Although experts say a perfect storm of sorts has led to a rise in iSeries revenues, it's really IBM exec Mark Shearer and his team that have finally convinced data center managers to reconsider the iSeries.
- October 24, 2005
ISeries software partner Business Computer Design scored a major coup last week when two of its Web application developments tools were chosen for IBM's Try and Buy program.
- October 19, 2005
Big Blue purchased DataPower Technology Inc., bringing a hardware component into its SOA portfolio. Experts say the intelligent networking appliance will accelerate SOA adoption.
- October 17, 2005
Thanks mostly to the success of the Power5 chip technology, iSeries revenue grew 25% in the third quarter of 2005, signaling a major reversal of fortunes for the platform.
- October 12, 2005
IBM software partner, Valid Technologies, has developed what it said is the world's first biometrics tool native to the iSeries.
- October 10, 2005
Baton Rouge, La.-based CMA Technology Solutions was spared the brunt of Hurricane Katrina's wrath, but the company has worked overtime keeping Gulf Coast clients up and running.
- October 05, 2005
Big Blue unveiled the second generation of its Power5 chip line Tuesday, the Power5+ for the pSeries. IBM hasn't said when or if the chip will come to the iSeries.
- October 03, 2005
Big Blue unveiled a storage area network I/O processor for the iSeries Tuesday that eliminates the requirement for an internal load source.
- September 29, 2005
A new survey by the Yankee Group reports that service-oriented architecture (SOA) will be everywhere by 2006. The firm promises SOA will simplify IT processes, but trying to define SOA doesn't seem to simplify anything.
- September 27, 2005
IBM partner Quadrant Software unveiled a new tool at COMMON last week, saying it can eliminate a company's need for paper.