- August 11, 2005
Check out announcments from Aldon, RJS and others.
- August 09, 2005
Many of the iSeries folks forced to implement RFID into their data center wind up dealing with a technology that is still more trouble than its worth.
- August 04, 2005
Web services portal functionality now can reside on IBM iSeries and mainframes, using Java portlets and open standards to ferry and aggregate information into the environment.
- August 04, 2005
Boosted by its recent acquisition of Ascential Software, IBM recently unveiled new information integration software support for AIX on iSeries.
- July 29, 2005
Responding to user complaints about its rumored decision to cease support for CGIDEV2 code, Big Blue said Friday that it will support the code, and launch a new Web site for that purpose.
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- July 28, 2005
Does IBM rule your shop? Some IT pros are standardizing on one vendor for hardware or software across the IT infrastructure. Who's doing it? More importantly, should you be?
- July 26, 2005
Free IBM web development tool, CGIDEV2, which enables COBOL or RPG code over the Internet as CGI language, may no longer be supported as a result of iSeries guru retirement.
- July 26, 2005
IBM's is dropping support for CGIDEV2, free software that allows programmers to write code for the Internet using COBOL or RPG as CGI language. Here are some reactions to the move.
- July 21, 2005
After posting double-digits revenue drop-offs in three of the past four years, IBM decided the iSeries sales team needed new blood, so Big Blue recently named Bill Donohue as its vice president of worldwide sales for the iSeries. Donohue, the ...
- July 19, 2005
After a disastrous 2004, the iSeries, buoyed by an increased push from IBM toward wider usage, saw revenue jump 10% for the second quarter of 2005.
- July 14, 2005
After three years of development, IBM released a water-based technology to help servers win the war on heat. The verdict is still out on whether this will solve the issue.
- July 12, 2005
This summer's iSeries product announcements focus on increased performance on the low end to handle modernized applications from ISVs, and pay-per-processor licensing for AIX and Linux users.
- July 07, 2005
IBM shook up its iSeries salesforce last week by appointing former pSeries sales wiz Bill Donohue as its new vice president.
- July 05, 2005
GST, DVR and others are touting new products and enhancements to current software.
- June 30, 2005
Wouldn't a machine touted to be the best in architecture ever conceived also be the best in form? asks columnist, Brian Kelly. Because it is not, the iSeries is often not taken seriously by the computer science community. Nobody bothers looking ...