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January 25, 2008 | Vol 5 Issue 4

 

In This Issue:

>> TechTip: An RSS News Feed Reader for Your IT Department
>> Get Your Lotus Domino Products Current Before Tackling the i5/OS Upgrade to V6R1 

Sponsor - DataMirror - An IBM Company
 

It's The New Year - Resolve to Protect Your System i!

You won't find HA at the gym, but you will find it at IBM. Yes IBM now provides not only the HW and operating system, but a way to protect it too. IBM DataMirror iCluster is logical SW replication using remote journals and clustering - the best way to protect your System i. Now you can buy it all through one vendor, IBM. Finally - HA and System i - together at last. No need to shop around. You're probably tired of all that shopping anyway!


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Feature Article - TechTip
 
TechTip: An RSS News Feed Reader for Your IT Department

Easily set up open-source software Planet to consolidate your favorite RSS news feeds into one local news source.

By Max Hetrick

Do you get tired of visiting dozens of Web site feeds to get your daily IT news? Do you receive too many email messages from mailing lists? Or do you just want to set up a news site for internal IT use? This TechTip will show you how to use the Planet RSS feed reader to consolidate your news and informational feeds.


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Feature Article - Application Software
 
Get Your Lotus Domino Products Current Before Tackling the i5/OS Upgrade to V6R1

Though many Domino products will be supported on V6R1 in the future, the only Domino servers that work currently are releases 7.0.3 and 8.0.1, which is still under wraps.

By Chris Smith

Most System i administrators know that V6R1 is on its way and that in order to upgrade to the new version of the operating system they will have to first convert their existing programs before they can run on V6R1. What you may not know, however, is that there are special procedures for Domino servers, and not all Lotus Domino products will run on V6R1.


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