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Posted on January 21, 2020

This newsletter includes: Running Non-Restricted and Restricted State Functions in BRMS How often should I IPL my IBM i? ODBC Access with Client Solutions Determining When a SAVSYS and Other IBM i Save Commands Were Performed on a System Video: Display the Firmware on your Power System FSP Webinar: Everything Your Business Partner Should Be Doing for You Upcoming Events 2019 went by as fast as a blink of the eye (no pun intended), but what will 2020 bring for IBM i? First, 2019 was a good year for IBM

Posted on August 26, 2019

This newsletter includes: Introducing VERIFi by iTech Solutions  Updating the HMC Hey, We Just Moved a Bunch of Domino Servers from Windows to IBM i BRMS SAVSYS Bypassed for a Control Group Release Levels and PTFs

Posted on July 30, 2019

This newsletter includes: Don’t Neglect Your HMC As the Disk Spins: IBM Disk Drive Announcement for Storwize V5000 and V7000 Storage Systems IBM i at the Ballpark [BLOG] Can Your Backup Survive a Hurricane? Check Your Cache Batteries iPOWER Hour Podcast: Available Episodes Events Release Levels and PTFs

Posted on June 27, 2019

Well, June has been another action-packed month. Where did it go?  It seemed like it flew by, but we have been so busy on so many fronts, I can see why.  Certainly, June 21st was a big day in the IBM i world. First, it was the day that IBM i 7.4 became available to the general public.  Then, of course, we all know that June 21 was the 31st birthday of the AS/400. IBM i 7.4 has been full of new features and functions and having played with it

Posted on May 30, 2019

Hectic. That is what the month of May has certainly been.  Well, perhaps hectic isn’t even close, it was “uber-hectic”. It seems like I was traveling more this month than I was home between conferences and customer visits. The good news is I was away at two of my favorite conferences in May: COMMON’s PowerUP19 conference in Anaheim and IBM’s Technical University in Atlanta.  I had the privilege of speaking at both, and we also had a booth at COMMON.  At both conferences, I had updated my sessions with 7.4

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