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Quick Takes: LOBBY7 and Dharma team up to bring wireless to legacy systems

LOBBY7 and Dharma team up to bring wireless to legacy systems

Wireless solutions firm LOBBY7 of Boston and Dharma Systems of Nashua, N.H., a developer and marketer of application integration technology for e-business developers, recently announced an alliance to offer mobile access to legacy systems. The partnership allows LOBBY7 to develop and deploy customized mobile applications for a wide range of customers whose businesses rely on legacy back-office systems, such as the AS/400. With the aid of Dharma's eUnify product, LOBBY7 is enabling wireless access to its customers' internal proprietary applications by increasingly mobile workforces.


Dharma Systems

DataMirror solution wins A-List Award

Toronto-based DataMirror Corp. announced this week that its High Availability Suite solution has received a coveted Crossroads 2001 A-List Award. DataMirror High Availability Suite received a Crossroads A-List Award in the category "Business and Technology Infrastructure" for its ability to provide real-time mirroring support for IBM's Integrated File System (IFS), which allows iSeries to store UNIX and Windows NT/2000 files.

DataMirror Corp.

UniComp develops Mastermind specifically for iSeries

UniComp Inc. of Marietta, Ga. recently launched the latest version of its Mastermind management software, developed specifically for the new IBM iSeries 400 family. This latest version provides job scheduling across an integrated iSeries 400, Unix or PC network allowing control of job scheduling and monitoring of key information technology resources from a single contact point.

UniComp Inc.

Bring your mom to Common

Do you and your mom have any interests in COMMON? The AS/400 user group COMMON announced last week will provide each paid attendee a free conference guest pass for a family member. The pass alllows admission to the opening session, the Expo/Solution Center and several evening/social events. Registration is now available for the spring conference. The fee is $895 until April 1. Those signing up after April 1 will be charged $995.


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