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Posted on April 2, 2019

One of the best parts of my job is visiting and helping customers.  Recently, one of the salespeople brought me on a sales call to a new prospects office.  The prospect was basically interviewing us. I will summarize our meeting

Posted on February 20, 2019

A Word from iTech Solutions President, Pete Massiello. Greetings iTech Fan! As time marches on, sometimes you look back and think “Wow, that didn’t seem that long ago”. Well, that is my thought about Power6 and Power7 servers which are

Posted on January 30, 2019

A Word from iTech Solutions President, Pete Massiello. Greetings iTech Fan 2018 went by very quickly, but what will 2019 bring for IBM i? I think that 2019 is going to be one of the best years ever for the

Posted on December 24, 2018

A Word from iTech Solutions President, Pete Massiello. Greetings Michael As 2018 comes to a close, we wish to thank you for allowing iTech Solutions to be part of your team.  We hope that our IBM i newsletters have been

Posted on December 12, 2018

Just a few more days to shop, to work, and to wait for Christmas. I thought I would share a little story about how iTech Solutions helped Santa prepare for Christmas this year. As many of our readers remember, Santa

Posted on December 4, 2018

A Word from iTech Solutions President, Pete Massiello. Greetings Mike Thanksgiving has passed, and now Christmas is right around the corner. The year seems to have flown by. Where did 2018 go? It’s been another amazing year here at iTech

6 Steps to Execute an IBM i Security Project
Posted on November 26, 2018

Regulations (FISMA, HIPPA, SOX, and more) are forcing companies to evaluate how they protect their sensitive data. Industries such as finance, insurance, and healthcare have the most pressure to comply with these regulations which are geared towards protecting consumers private information. 

Posted on November 20, 2018

People are always asking me how often they should be performing PTF maintenance, and when is the right time to upgrade their operating system. I updated this article from last month with the current levels of PTFs. Let’s look at

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WRKPRBHave you ever seen on your system in WRKPRB: “Software problem data for QYCDCUSG has been logged.”? Normally this indicates an expired server certificate or an expired Certificate Authority certificate. You should take the following steps to correct the problem:

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As I wrap up my Managed Services series for 2018 and prepare for 2019, I want to end by talking about system health. A common misperception about MSP is that all the hardware being used by our customers is hosted.

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