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January 25, 2010 | Volume 5 Issue 2


TOP STORY: Considering the World Beyond WebSphere
FEATURED ARTICLE: Do You Understand the Foundations Behind Today's Compliance Laws and Regulations?
MORE NEWS: NGS Adds Broad New Features to Concert Series Financial Accounting System
WHITE PAPER: Laws and Regulations and Standards… Oh my!
FORUM: In Search of the Perfect UI

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Feature Article - Programming
Considering the World Beyond WebSphere

Evaluate your IBM i GUI options. Compare RPG, PHP, .NET, and Java.

tom_snyderWritten by Tom Snyder

If you are a developer on the IBM i, you probably realize that one of the biggest demands from users is a better interface. And you've probably wondered what you should look at besides WebSphere. I know I have been pondering solutions for a long time. The problem in our shop has always been with the high reliability and superior quality of the system. That probably doesn't make sense. How could reliability and quality be a problem? Well, because of this, the system requires only a small amount of people to support a large group of users.


Feature Article - Security
Do You Understand the Foundations Behind Today's Compliance Laws and Regulations?

If SOX, PCI, and COBIT are acronyms you have heard but don't truly understand, here's a primer on what they mean and how they apply to your organization.

carol_woodburyWritten by Carol Woodbury

Editor's note: This article has been extracted from the white paper "Laws and Regulations and Standards…Oh My!" available for free download at the MC White Paper Center.


When you look at all of the laws, regulations, and standards that drive security and compliance requirements, your head can start to swim.


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