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Do you like printing stuff? Or doing things for other people who like to print stuff? Then this tip might be just what you need, especially if you like doing complex things with your prints.
Written by David Shirey
I'm just going to say this up front and be done with it. I don't like printers. Never have, never will. I think it dates back to the days when we had the big line printers and I was never able to get the paper lined up to suit Gloria, the night operator. It shouldn't have mattered, but I was younger then and she was hot. I have my pride. It just always seemed to me that printers were the perfect demonic combination of electronics and mechanical gears. But that's my problem, not yours.
Big data: A big opportunity to improve business. Written by Mike Stegeman
Big data is one of the biggest buzzwords in IT right now. A lot of companies are clamoring to set up advanced analytics tools and establish business processes that help them make sense of the troves of information now passing through their systems. The goal? To improve decision-making and be in a good position to respond to changing conditions.
In this Webinar, based on her just-released e-book on Security Administration, Carol Woodbury, the authority in IBM i Security, discusses the tasks every IBM i Security Administrator should perform. From system values to managing user profiles, administering authorities and handling IFS security issues, Carol provides guidance for automating tasks as well as tips for simplifying them.
As the IBM i platform closes in on its silver anniversary, there are more than a few operators with ties tracing back to the very beginning. As any one of them can tell you, their roles have likely undergone more changes than the technology itself in that time.