• Researching high availability for your System i shop

    Interested in a high availability solution for the AS/400? Before you delve into implementation, do your due diligence and ensure that your environment has the proper policies, resources and protoc...

  • Virtualization for IBM i: Backups

    Virtualizing backups on the System i effectively integrates the system into your enterprise data protection strategy. With deduplication, disk-to-disk backup, and MAID technologies, virtualization ...

  • Recovering your AS/400 security configuration

    You need to have your AS/400 security plan built into your disaster recovery process. Step 1: Know the security objects and settings, and how and where they are saved. These objects include private...

  • High availability for iSeries: Notes, gloats, and moats

    Having a high availability (HA) plan is necessary to keep your company productive during adverse conditions. But testing the plan and paying attention to all the minor details is equally important....

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    Trident Seafoods has moved to an iSeries shop after looking to expand its operations and keep better track of where the fish it's caught have come from, and where they're going. 

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    FalconStor, a Melville, New York supplier of storage services software, has partnered with ICM Computer Group, a British supplier of high availability services, to deliver a storage gateway appliance for the iSeries product line. 

  • Researching high availability for your System i shop

    Interested in a high availability solution for the AS/400? Before you delve into implementation, do your due diligence and ensure that your environment has the proper policies, resources and protocols in place. 

  • Virtualization for IBM i: Backups

    Virtualizing backups on the System i effectively integrates the system into your enterprise data protection strategy. With deduplication, disk-to-disk backup, and MAID technologies, virtualization provides the convenience of new technologies to AS/40... 

  • Recovering your AS/400 security configuration

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    Having a high availability (HA) plan is necessary to keep your company productive during adverse conditions. But testing the plan and paying attention to all the minor details is equally important. Fax toner could cause a crisis in communication, and... 

  • Go beyond SOX for business continuity

    Achieving SOX compliance does not ensure business resilience or continuity. There are extra steps you should take to make sure that your business is protected. 

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