ASNA Wingstm is the fastest, easiest way to create a modern user interface for RPG programs. Wings transforms green-screen display files to modern browser pages. Because Wings uses IBM’s Rational Open Access RPG Edition, program logic and file IO remain on the System i. No big upfront design or analysis is required and Wings can be learned very quickly. Unlike screen scrapers, all of the display file data is presented to Wings, so there are many ways to further customize the presentation layer. NOW SHIPPING!
This series explores the useful yet simple Web services of GeoNames, starting with their time zone API. I'll explain how to use these free Web services, providing examples of single and orchestrated usage to accomplish tasks that can help your business in innovative ways!
Written by Rafael Victória-Pereira
We live in a global village; there's no way to deny it. Long gone are the days of countries standing alone, of companies staying within the boundaries of their nations. In today's busy world, it's common to find an American company with branches in Japan, India, or France or vice versa. Sometimes, this global presence causes serious headaches, simply because it's not the same time everywhere.
Join us for a complimentary 45 minute webinar on StarQuery and learn how to simplify JDE Databases and empower end-users to create their own queries using Excel. JDE database challenges such as meaningless field names and unfamiliar date formats are automatically corrected by StarQuery.
New SmartCloud Virtualized Server Recovery services from IBM promise to extend to SMBs disaster recovery features approaching high availability.
Written by Chris Smith
IT administrators have for decades backed up data to tape and then quietly endured the surprises that too frequently accompany failed attempts to restore a single file or files from those backup tapes. I would hesitate to ask how many would bet their lives on the reliability of their backup tapes. Yet the survival of their businesses might someday come to depend on them.
PowerTech DataThread provides critical visibility into data access.
Written by Robin Tatam
2011 is quickly becoming the "Year of the Breach." Although the sun has barely set on the summer solstice, we've already heard of significant breaches at financial giants Citi and Bank of America, gaming organizations Sony PlayStation Network and Sega, and a number of well-known household names like Google, Michael's, Netflix, and Best Buy. While the cause of these events varied, the majority of them resulted in illegal access to confidential data. And, in the case of Netflix and Bank of America, a trusted employee simply handed the information to criminal outsiders.