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Posted on June 25, 2020

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Hidden Gems in IBM’s QMGTOOLS Utility Library

Friday, July 17th, 11 AM ET

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Posted on June 23, 2020

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PTFs: What You Need to Know

Tuesday, July 28th, 3PM ET

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Posted on June 17, 2020

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Why iTech Solutions for Your IBM Power Systems

Tuesday, July 7th, 2PM ET
Presented by Pete Massiello

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Using Digital Certificates

Tuesday, July 21st, 3PM ET

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Modernizing your IBM i: From Infrastructure to Applications

Wednesday, July 15th, 1PM ET
Daniel Lefebvre, Fresche Solutions
Steve Pitcher, iTech Solutions

Join iTech and Fresche on July 15th, 2020 at 1PM Eastern to learn the best way to modernize your IBM i applications and infrastructure.

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Posted on June 16, 2020

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Analyzing Risk for Large Scale Projects

Monday, June 29th, 2PM ET

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Posted on June 11, 2020

OCEAN TechCon20 – Virtual IBM i Tech Conference

Wednesday, July 22nd – Friday, July 24th

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IBM i Ethernet Options: What are the Differences?

Tuesday, July 14th, 2PM ET

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Benefits of Upgrading and Installing Domino 10 and 11

Wednesday, July 8th, 2PM ET

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Posted on April 29, 2020

On Tuesday, June 23rd, choose from over 45 sessions covering topics such as System Architecture, Application Development, Mobile Applications, RPG, Python, Business Intelligence, Disaster Recovery, Performance Monitoring and more!

This will be a power-packed day of education featuring World Class Presenters. Extraordinary networking opportunities – have fun, learn and share with your peers, renowned speakers, IBM developers, executives, and fellow members. Visit the Vendor Expo. This event will power you into the future.

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Posted on March 7, 2019

Rapid Fire Admin

This overflowing session is designed to help ensure every IBM i administrator and operator has at least a backpack full of valuable tips for when they return home. From command line to shell to IBM Navigator for i, Steve will sprint through these tips at a pace of at least two tips per minute, for at least 150 tips! This session is updated every quarter with new and relevant information so that you don’t miss good foundational tips but are keeping up with what updates IBM is releasing on a regular basis.

Anatomy of a Security Failure

After the dust settles after a security breach, the next logical questions are: “What happened and how can we prevent it from happening again?” We will deconstruct a number of security failures that will provide lessons that you can take home and put to use immediately.

Anatomy of a Bad Password

Do you know the differences between IBM i password levels? How about password rules that aren’t used or actually used too much to be effective? What about common patterns from keyboards to mobile devices that make it easy for someone to just guess your password? Steve will talk about how good and bad passwords are constructed as well as how to break them with social engineering, dictionary attacks, brute force attacks and more. Learn why most passwords stink so you can protect yourself and your users.

IBM i and our False Sense of Security

While IBM i is arguably the most “securable” operating system in the world, your environment may have some wide open doors that you can’t ignore. This session will highlight the importance of encrypting data in transit and show you how to do it easily with minimal interruption to the business.

Updating our IBM i Modernization Mindset

Make modernization a strategy baked into your everyday processes. Learn about the upgrade challenges and costs of IT environments that have stagnated for a number of years. Set your self up for success by planning projects with modernization in mind rather than planning a modernization project.

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