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November 16, 2012 | Volume 9 Issue 46


TOP STORY: TechTip: IBM i Access for Web Part II: Getting Productive Without All the Green Stuff
FEATURED ARTICLE: TechTip: Get Secure FTP for Free!
ADVERTORIAL: Partner TechTip: The Consolidation Revolution
NEWS HIGHLIGHT: New Storage and Management Features for IBM PureSystems Help Clients Reduce Costs
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Feature Article - TechTip
TechTip: IBM i Access for Web Part II: Getting Productive Without All the Green Stuff

Let's look at some other features of IBM i Access for Web, including how to convert spooled files to PDF and how to manage your IBM i from mobile devices or Lotus Notes.

steve pitcherWritten by Steve Pitcher

Last time, we had a look at how to set up IBM i Access for Web and briefly explored the Web-based 5250-style interface. We'll go a little more general this time, showing you how to do some neat things with the product.


Feature Article - TechTip
TechTip: Get Secure FTP for Free!

Download a free tool that will do your job for you fast.

Written by Arpeggio Software

If you've been tasked with putting together a secure FTP process for exchanging files with a partner or a remote location, then this TechTip will save you many days of work. A new, free tool from Arpeggio Software will make it very easy for you to fully automate any sFTP task, with built-in recovery, using only one CL program, and it can be fully implemented in minutes. Best of all, you won't need to worry about PASE and parsing error codes because this solution is all native.


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Partner TechTip: The Consolidation Revolution

One IBM Power Systems frame can host IBM i, Linux Red Hat or SUSE, or AIX/UNIX partitions in a single "footprint."

chuck losinskiWritten by Chuck Losinski

The history of IBM i has seen trends of decentralization as well as consolidation. In the first move toward consolidation, single data centers had multiple AS/400 systems, with user environments controlled strictly through subsystem technology. The next trend was consolidating multiple partitions on a single iSeries running OS/400 to physical I/O adapters and possibly virtual TCP/IP interfaces.


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