July 14, 2017
• LEAD ARTICLE: TechTip: IBM Renames Its Watson Products
• FEATURED ARTICLE: Five Hints to Help You Make Better Use of the IBM i Audit Journal
• FEATURED ARTICLE: IBM i Security Event Logging and Active Monitoring: A Step by Step Guide
• NEWS HIGHLIGHT: Centerbridge to Acquire Clearlake-Backed Enterprise Software Providers Syncsort and Vision Solutions
• ON-DEMAND WEBCAST: Profound.js: The Agile Approach to Legacy Modernization
• MC VIDEO SHOWCASE: Design an Invoice in 10 Minutes
• EVENT: OCEAN Tech Con 2017 IBM i Technical Conference
Ever been surprised when IBM rebrands products or changes its web pages? Yep, it happens sometimes. Let’s look at what IBM’s latest reorg has done to the Watson product line.
By David Shirey
It seems that over the last month or so, IBM has fairly completely redone the Watson pages on their website. Some are the same, and a few URLs remain unchanged, but I’m afraid you could become confused if you’re trying to use the TechTips from earlier this year as a guide.
With so much information in the IBM i audit journal, you have to know what you’re looking for. Otherwise, you may miss some important information.
By Carol Woodbury
Whether you’re using a product such as HelpSystems’ Compliance Monitor or getting information directly out of the audit journal yourself, this article will help you have a better understanding of what’s available.
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The thousands of customers we've worked with and surveyed state that expectations regarding the digital footprint and vision of the companyare not aligned with the current IT environment.
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The escalating hacks of businesses and the mushrooming of ransomware show that cybersecurity is going to be a bigger part of future IT life than ever before. IBM Watson offers services that can help.
By John Ghrist
More than a year and a half ago, IBM Chairman Ginni Rometty was quoted in a Forbes report as saying that "cybercrime is the greatest threat to every company in the world." Since then, we've seen hacking causing controversy in the U.S. election for president in 2016, the WannaCry ransomware attacks last May affecting more than 230,000 computers in more than 150 countries, and intrusions at U.S. power plants (including a nuclear facility) in early July resulting in yet-undefined consequences, to name just a few of the most notorious examples. Cyber warfare is here to stay, and no one can be complacent that their systems will remain immune forever.