More companies than ever are moving their IBM i systems to the cloud, and for good reason. There’s mounting proof that cloud-based IBM i systems can run as securely or even more securely than when hosted on-premises in a corporate data center. The key, though, is having the right cloud provider that can walk you
Managing data, apps and information in your operating environment is all about making the right decisions at the right time to ensure optimal efficiency, security and cost management. When it comes to IBM i Access Client Solutions, or ACS, you’ll need to consider a new Java licensing agreement in 2021. For IBM i it’s all
As more corporations consider moving their IBM i systems to the cloud, a common concern has emerged: that their systems will be less secure than they are on-premises. One of key concerns is secure access—keeping unauthorized users out of your IBM i and maintaining control over what authorized users can do once they’re logged in.
Today’s cloud solutions for IBM Power are better protected than most on-premise systems, but that doesn’t mean there is no risk associated with the migration process. Like any move, it requires proper planning to avoid unexpected and unwelcome surprises that could delay—or even derail—your migration.
There are myriad benefits to moving IBM i systems and business applications to the cloud including agility, scalability, ease of maintenance, and cost-efficiency. Yet for many businesses, migrating systems and applications to the cloud can be a complex decision with many factors to consider. That’s why at Data Storage Corporation, we’ve compiled a list of
Cloud services are indispensable for any company running business applications, hosted ERP or financial systems such as JD Edwards, Salesforce, Microsoft Office365, Microsoft Teams, voice and other cloud-based applications. It will come as no surprise to businesses running these applications that cloud services rely heavily on Internet access. The Internet is the circulatory system of
There was a time not very long ago when Wide Area Networks (WANs) were the best solution for connectivity among multiple locations to keep work flowing and businesses connected to critical day-to-day information. Yet like all things in a rapidly changing technological space, WAN is evolving — fast. Chuck Paolillo, Chief Technology Officer at Data
Since the late 1970s, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and financial software have comprised the bulk of software applications run on IBM POWER systems — specifically the IBM i (AS/400, i Series, System i) operating system. This should come as no surprise, as IBM was founded on the premise of producing computers and hardware specifically earmarked
Since our last installment, your business has been busy creating and storing even more data. We’re already looked at some significant ways to get a handle on the seemingly unrelenting growth of data. There are other measures that you can institute right away that can help you to control your data growth while keeping information