Over the past 20 years mid-range relational databases were a hot commodity. But multiple databases, or database sprawl, leads to a much higher total cost of ownership (TCO) and can be challenging to manage. This guide outlines tips and strategies that Oracle databases have to help you reduce your number of databases and cut your TCO.
Open system technology has introduced real threats to data; making loss—whether from theft, malicious manipulation or inadvertent misuse—easier than before. The IBM i has exceptional audit capabilities making it one of the most secure technology platforms. Read this white paper to learn how the IBM i might be a good solution for your organization.
This white paper looks at ongoing customer requirements for server platforms and a number of pain points that have developed in recent years, as computer systems have become packed more densely within the datacenter. Read on to learn how Sun Microsystems can help.
BMC provides a set of tools and utilities that are designed to automate the complex processes involved in updating and managing DB2 environments with the aim of being easy to use, and fast and effective in their execution.
Learn how Key Energy Services, Inc., the largest rig-based oil well services company in the industry, is using Robot/SCHEDULE - the automated, job scheduler and batch management software across multiple platforms.
Join us for a demonstration of the Tools and ALM Solutions for the IBM I and Power Systems. Learn how these tools apply to your IT environment and how to identify and use the right tools and modernization strategy.
i5/OS may be famous for security, but it doesn't go far enough in protecting your data. Supplementing with third-party Transaction security is popular, but cumbersome. Find out why Object-based security provides a better way in this...
In this week's Computer Weekly, as the government publishes the Online Safety Bill, we look at what the laws mean for internet services. A ransomware victim shares the insider story of the trauma of losing their corporate IT systems. And we ask, what happens when quantum computers get too powerful to verify their output? Read the issue now.