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February 20, 2009 | Vol 6 Issue 7

 

In This Issue:

Sponsor - T.L. Ashford & Associates
 
T.L. Ashford is “The Labeling Answer”® for the System i.
Ashford's Barcode400 has been the dependable choice for the industry since 1983. With Barcode400's newly enhanced Graphic Designer no “green screen” interaction is needed for label design. New features include: AFP/HP-compatible printing, easy-to-use graphics import tool, test print to desktop printer, simple font download tool, updated drivers and format listing reports. Even compliance labeling is made easy with design templates. Call 800-541-4893 to order your FREE Trial Software or visit us at  T.L. Ashford & Associates.

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Feature Article - TechTip
 
TechTip: Soup Up iSeries Access, Part II

Make your life easier by enabling the cut, copy, and paste shortcut keys in iSeries Access.

sam_lennon.pngby Sam Lennon

Say what you like about Windows; it has added a significant level of consistency across applications that many rely on. I love the efficiency of the Windows shortcut keys for cut, copy, and paste (Ctrl+X, Ctrl+C, and Ctrl+V, respectively), and I use them in many applications instead of clicking on icons in the tool bar or clicking on the Edit menu. Since these keys work consistently across virtually all Windows applications, you get into the habit of using them everywhere.


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Feature Article - Security
 
Comodo Hopes to Take Email Encryption to the Masses

By creating one-time session certificates, the firm's SecureEmail solution allows users to send encrypted emails to recipients who don't have public-key certificates.

chris_smith.jpgBy Chris Smith

I shudder when I think about some of the stuff we send over the Internet either in emails or as attachments.

 

Last season, my bookkeeper sent my tax return back for review as an email attachment and put my name and social security number in the subject line.


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Advertorial - Help/Systems
 
Partner TechTip: You Need IBM i DB2 Data Mixed with SQL Server or Oracle Data

Can you provide remote database access from IBM i?

tom_huntington.jpgBy Tom Huntington

Where is your business data? Is it all in IBM i DB2, or do you have data in MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, or maybe an Oracle database? Do you need to consolidate this data across DB2 partitions? Does your current reporting and data access solution consolidate and provide instant access to this remote data?

 


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