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Download "How IT Professionals Can Navigate SOX Compliance"

Compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) is impossible without IT professionals, but translating this law into IT action items is a challenge. With penalties up to $10 million fines and even prison time, following SOX—and proving you're compliant—is vital. This compliance guide breaks down the most important aspects of SOX that affect IT professionals and focuses on what you need to know to get...
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The Ultimate Buyer’s Guide for Network Monitoring Software

What critical features should a network monitoring solution give me? How do software licensing models compare? What do trends like hybrid IT, the Internet of Things, and IT automation have to do with network monitoring? Answer all of your questions with the help of a seasoned technology expert. In this informative, easy-to-read guide, network professional Kevin Jackson covers everything from...
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Health and Risk: A New Paradigm for Capacity Management

Capacity management, considered by top analyst firms to be an essential process in any large IT organization, is often so complex that in today’s accelerated business world it cannot be effectively implemented. Changing priorities, increasing complexity and scalable cloud infrastructure have made traditional models for capacity management less relevant. A new paradigm for capacity management is...
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Download "How IT Professionals Can Navigate HIPAA Compliance" Guide

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is one of today’s most common compliance mandates, but translating this law into IT action items is a challenge. As fines increase and more audits are scheduled, figuring out how which data HIPAA protects and how to bring your system into compliance is more important than ever. This compliance guide breaks down some of the thorniest...
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IT Centralization and Robot

This paper makes a case for IT centralization on IBM i and explains the important role automated systems management technologies like Robot have to play in centralized IT environments.
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Dispelling the Myths of IBM i Data Access

Ironically, many IBM Power Systems™ users are sitting on top of a “gold mine” of data that they could use to make their lives easier, their jobs more productive, and their companies more profitable—if they only knew how to harvest it. Yet, they don’t have the first idea about how to do that. They might even be considered “power users” on their computer systems and not know how to transform the...
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The Race To Access Enterprise Data

Businesses need fast, easy access to data across an enterprise, but there are three big hurdles in the data access race. To overcome these hurdles, read our exclusive white paper.
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Two Factor Authentication for IBM i

Organizations facing a more advanced threat landscape and a complex regulatory environment require a solution which addresses the need for securely controlling access to existing systems and applications. In addition, this solution should not increase the workload on support, application providers or the end user.
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Effective Log Management

IBM’s customers are turning to Power VM virtualization to consolidate multiple workloads onto fewer systems increasing server utilization and reducing cost. However a virtualized server landscape on several different IBM platforms (IBM Power Systems™, IBM System x®, and IBM BladeCenter®) may reduce hardware complexity but this puts a strain on supporting the entire lifecycle of analysis...