- January 30, 2006
IBM taps its SMB chief Elaine Lennox to replace Peter Bingaman. The leadership change comes at crucial juncture, but execs voice confidence.
- January 25, 2006
Peter Bingaman, marketing vice president for the iSeries, resigned from his position last week. Hailed as a marketing hero, Bingaman had been instrumental in the iSeries' marketing makeover.
- January 20, 2006
Oracle Corp. executives said the company is at the halfway point in building a services-enabled Fusion application suite as the battle of words between Oracle and SAP continues.
- January 11, 2006
The iSeries user group COMMON recently surveyed members and non-members to find the future trends in IT education and get a better idea of what that audience wants. The survey included 900 iSeries users, of which 561 were COMMON attendees. The ...
- January 10, 2006
The forthcoming V5R4 i5 operating system will likely become available within the next few weeks. Earlier this week we asked iSeries pros about plans for the upcoming launch.
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- January 05, 2006
Healthcare providers, especially small and midsized companies, say HIPAA has made them rethink their approach to storage.
- January 04, 2006
New iSeries software: I/O Concepts adds iSeries support for management tools; NetManage tweaks iSeries SOA product; and Outbound calling assistance from iMessaging Systems.
- December 21, 2005
Members of Quest and the J.D. Edwards/PeopleSoft user group said they would rather dump Oracle than get rid of their iSeries. Only 20.1% of members said they would consider moving to Fusion if it did not support the platform.
- December 21, 2005
Thanks to a rebirth of the iSeries, a series of tactical software acquisitions and the continued success of its Power line, Big Blue performed well in 2005, laying the groundwork for the future.
- December 14, 2005
As SOA gains traction, organizations will be looking for architects and project managers with the right skill sets, though the supply needs to catch up with the demand.
- December 12, 2005
Big Blue unveiled new software for iSeries shops that want to get more out of unstructured information, such as call center notes, e-mails and printed documents.
- December 07, 2005
Due to a shift in the way companies view IT, employees are going to have to focus on versatility through the end of the decade, according to a new Gartner study.
- December 05, 2005
IBM and the iSeries user group COMMON are sponsoring the second annual iSeries Innovation awards. Nominations for the awards are being accepted through the end of this month.
- November 30, 2005
Recently, Search400.com asked readers what they thought about the Fast400 saga. No one seemed in favor of the CFINT governor, some were leery of the performance boosting software's business legitimacy.
- November 23, 2005
Fabless semiconductor startup, Santa Clara, Calif.-based P.A. Semi, has emerged from two years of stealth development to offer energy efficient chips on IBM's Power architecture.