kLink is amobile application server running on your IBM i providing user initiated secure document retrieval from your IFS to mobile devices. This allows your users to login and view documents that you make available to them. kLink has built in security to prevent hacking and to quickly deliver private content only to the appropriate authorized end user. Safe and efficient distribution of public and private content to any browser or mobile device.
Holes are everywhere. Address them before someone addresses you.
Written by Steve Pitcher
A couple articles ago, I talked about the need for modernizing encryption on our IBM i partitions. Shutting one door can shut others, and shutting other doors may give you a false sense of security when you have a few windows open. You can drive yourself batty looking for these holes, but every now and then a hole finds you.
An international shipping company has plenty of trouble if it can’t get its Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) system to replicate accurately under its high availability (HA) system.
Written by John Ghrist
This was the scenario faced in October 2015 by Averitt Express, a provider of freight transportation and supply chain management services based in Cookeville, Tennessee. Averitt offers customized shipping solutions, serves customers in more than 100 countries, and services more than 300 international destinations. Averitt also provides its customers a full suite of web-based shipping tools, EDI services, and transportation and operations management systems. Among other online services Averitt offers its customers are such conveniences as a Bill of Lading creation utility, a transit-time calculator, less-than-truckload service maps based on ZIP code, and downloadable certificates, permits, customs forms, and other documents on demand.
Let’s face it: IBM i experts and RPG programmers are retiring from the workforce. These folks have been managing all areas of your business—often manually and behind the scenes—for decades, everything from IT operations to data and documents to cybersecurity. Are you prepared to handle their departure? During this 30-mintue recorded webinar, our panel of IBM i experts—Chuck Losinski, Robin Tatam, Richard Schoen, and Tom Huntington—will outline strategies that allow your company to cope with IBM i skills depletion by adopting these strategies that allow you to get the job done without deep expertise on the OS:
Automate IBM i processes
Use managed services to help fill the gaps
Secure the system against data loss and viruses
IBM i skills depletion is a top concern for IBM i shops around the world. The strategies you discover in this webinar will help you ensure that your system of record—your IBM i—continues to deliver a powerful business advantage, even as staff retires.
It’s simple. IBM i is the most reliable, securable, and powerful platform to house your critical business data. IBM i was built for business and has added features and functionality over the years to keep up with modern business needs. You can trust it to run your business, access your data in real-time, and keep your data secure. Plus, IBM i can scale to your business and handle all of your critical data. Can your other platforms do that? We didn’t think so. Watch this 30-minute webinar to learn why you should keep your data on IBM i, including:
IBM i is reliable
IBM i offers fast and secure real-time data access
IBM i helps your business prepare for tomorrow
Plus, we demonstrate how Sequel Data Access helps you modernize IBM i data access and meet your business needs.
Your IBM i holds a massive amount of data. In most organizations, that data constitutes a mission-critical and high-value asset.
How do you adequately protect the data residing on your IBM i, given its value to your organization? IBM has provided us with many options for protecting our data, but it’s now always clear how to select and implement the best options for your circumstances.
This recorded webinar describes IBM i’s different data security options, along with implementation recommendations and tips for getting started. Carol Woodbury, one of the world’s top IBM i security experts, also provides considerations to help you determine how many layers of security are right for your organization.
Everyone knows that cybersecurity is important, but getting started on the road to data protection and compliance can be confusing and intimidating. Understanding common vulnerabilities helps you focus your attention and resources on the areas that need the most help.
We all want “best-practice” security, but what are top organizations doing to achieve and maintain it?
Watch this webinar to learn the details about how to develop the seven habits that are part of daily life for secure organizations. You’ll learn how to:
Break the Ostrich Syndrome
Develop a Security Policy
Assess Current Standing
Perform Security Event Logging and Review
Use “Best of Breed” Technologies
Monitor for Ongoing Compliance
Plan for the Future
This on-demand webinar examines what each of these habits means to IBM i, and helps you make sure that you don’t become the next security statistic.
Make Application Monitoring Easy Across the IBM i, Windows, AIX, and Linux Platforms in Your Environment
IT departments are constantly bombarded by information from a wide variety of operating systems, business applications, and critical processes. At the same time, the department must support a complex array of servers and devices running across their entire network. With limited resources and the need to keep costs in check, more and more is expected of operational staff to handle this information efficiently.
In this 45-minute recorded webinar, we’ll dissect complex systems monitoring by introducing best practices and smart techniques that will help you:
Ensure vital business applications run smoothly and without disruption
Respond swiftly and with appropriate actions
Confirm that essential data is received at the right time
Prove service levels are maintained
Keep contingency and high availability strategies fully operational