February 16, 2018
- LEAD ARTICLE: Help! My Audit Journal Is Flooding My System!
- FEATURED ARTICLE: A Hand-Holding App Builder for Handheld Devices
- FEATURED ARTICLE: Liam Allan and Scott Klement Named 2018 IBM Champions
- NEWS HIGHLIGHT: IBM i CIO Summit Includes Open Discussion with Steve Will
- TRIAL SOFTWARE: TRY the One Package that Solves All Your Document Design and Printing Challenges
- MC VIDEO SHOWCASE: Design an Invoice in 10 Minutes
- EVENT: WMCPA Spring Conference 2018
- MC PRESS MAGAZINE: A Small Intro to Big Data, Part 3: HFDS and the MapReduce Algorithm
While auditing every possible action and object access is great from a security perspective, reality says that's not going to happen. Carol discusses how to lessen the impact of auditing on your system.
By Carol Woodbury
Don't get me wrong. Speaking from a security professional's perspective, the more you audit, the better. Information in the audit journal is invaluable when performing forensics and extremely helpful to the system and security administrators to debug daily issues. But here's where the ideal must meet the practical. The fact of the matter is, the storage capacity on most systems doesn't allow you to turn on every auditing feature and log every object access. So what do you do when you find that your system is filling up with audit journal receivers? This article discusses some options.
Drag-and-drop tools, automation of most under-the-cover functions, and an AI assist make AppyPie's mobile device app building platform easy as...well, you know.
By John Ghrist
Another contestant in the sweepstakes of the do-it-yourself type of mobile application development platforms is AppyPie. Founded in 2013, AppyPie offers its application builder as a web service that walks users through every step of the process and generates apps for Amazon Fire OS, Android, Apple iPhone, BlackBerry, and Microsoft Windows 10 phones. What's more, it provides additional hand-holding assistance for such after-development functions as publishing apps, monetizing them, and using them as the foundation of a service business. As of this writing, AppyPie's homepage scoreboard shows more than 1.8 million apps generated using its service.
Mobile computing is rapidly maturing into a solid platform for delivering enterprise applications. Many IBM i shops today are realizing that integrating their IBM i with mobile applications is the fast path to improved business workflows, better customer relations, and more responsive business reporting. The ROI that mobile applications can produce for your business is substantial.
This ASNA whitepaper takes a look at mobile computing for the IBM i. It discusses the different ways mobile applications may be used within the enterprise and how ASNA products solve the challenges mobile presents. It also presents the case that you already have the mobile programming team your projects need: that team is your existing RPG development team!
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The annual Profound Logic ‘State of IBM i Modernization Survey” takes a look at the trends and attitudes that shape the IBM i modernization market. We reached out to the IBM i community, and the response was outstanding: close to 800 people, nearly 300 more than last year, took the survey. This enthusiasm resulted in very interesting findings for how businesses plan to use and modernize the platform in the coming year.
As you read through each section of the survey, you will see our summary of the results and suggestions for the future. We hope the survey will help your business better understand what is possible for your IBM i platform in the coming year.
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.
During this 30-mintue recorded webinar, our panel of IBM i experts 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
It's time to make your apps proud to be seen! Whether you have green screens or a drab GUI, your outdated apps can benefit from modern source code, modern GUIs, and modern tools. Alex Roytman and Liam Allan show you how Free-format RPG and Node.js make it possible to deliver apps your business will love.
You'll learn how you can use both Profound UI and Profound.js to: Transform legacy RPG code to modern free-format RPG and Node.js; Deliver truly modern application interfaces with Profound UI; Extend your RPG applications to include Web Services and NPM packages with Node.js.
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ACO MONITOR is a complete systems management solution for your Power Systems running IBM i. ACO MONITOR manages your Power System 24/7, uses advanced technology (like two-way messaging) to notify on-duty support personnel, and responds to complex problems before they reach critical status.
ACO MONITOR is proven technology and is capable of processing thousands of mission-critical events daily. The software is pre-configured, easy to install, scalable, and greatly improves data center (and staff) efficiency.
Profound Logic, an innovator in IBM i application development solutions, is proud to announce that two key members of our team - Liam Allan and Scott Klement - have been selected as 2018 IBM Power Systems Champions.
An IBM Champion is an IT professional, business leader, developer, and educator who influences and mentors others to help them innovate and transform digitally with IBM software, solutions, and services. Scott and Liam were selected out of a pool of over 1400 candidates. Out of the finalists, 9% represent the Power Systems category.