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As a long standing IBM i user, the Stafford Group uses various ERP applications to manage their warehouse, financial, and distribution operations. As part of a project to deliver online order processing, Stafford implemented lookserver for Open Access. Stafford identified IBMís Rational Open Access, coupled with lookserver for Open Access, as the strategic investment that would safeguard their IT investments. Not only has it enabled them to deliver the online order functionality they needed but
The previous versions of ALL Outís TRACE product have been available only to users of JD Edwards ERP packages. The next generation of TRACE, announced at COMMON, is available for use on all IBM i systems regardless of the software you happen to be running.
The new version offers both database auditing and audit reporting. It is designed to be a complete auditing solution. The big benefit the new version offers the IT department is the advanced filtering that limits the size of the
The latest version of m-Power now gives businesses a fast and easy way to create cross-platform mobile applications.
When an m-Power user builds a Web application now, they have the option to automatically generate smartphone and tablet presentation layers. Logic is inserted in every application that checks the user's device and displays the appropriate presentation layer, giving the application a native look regardless of the device.
The application works with every
BCD Software on Monday introduced new versions of its Web enabling solution, Presto, and its IBM i-hosted Web portal solution, Nexus Portal.
Nexus Portal V4 includes support for LDAP, a cross-platform client server protocol, that now gives administrators three ways to authenticate
COMMON attendees got a rare in-depth look into the technology behind the Jeopardy!-winning POWER7-based Watson computer Sunday in what many said was one of the best Opening Sessions of the annual meeting in recent memory.
Dr. Eric Brown, one of the leaders of the IBM Research team that developed Watson, teased attendees with Jeopardy!-style questions before going into detail on the unstructured language search technology that allowed Watson to prevail against Jeopardy!'s best players