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A Single Pane of Glass for Multi-Platform Systems Management

Bring disparate systems, platforms, devices, and applications together in one place and on one screen to make systems management easier and create a consistent and common methodology to varying departments within the IT infrastructure. Combining Halcyon’s Enterprise Console, Operations Center Suite, and Network Server Suite can provide a single pane of glass for managing your IT environment. See how here.
On-Demand Webinar

Where to Start with IBM i Monitoring

Watch this recorded webinar to learn how Robot Console software can identify bad data, application issues, and device malfunctions and help you monitor IBM i partitions by exception.
On-Demand Webinar

How Organizations are Responding to the Continuing Challenge of Ransomware

In this webinar, cybersecurity experts discuss ransomware motivations and perpetrators of attacks, who is at the highest risk, and the most effective solutions to this pervasive problem to help you better understand ransomware and reduce the large threat it poses.
On-Demand Webinar

When JDBC/ODBC Jobs Attack Your IBM i

Don’t let QZDASOINIT jobs put a stranglehold on system resources while you fly blind. Get to the bottom of job performance issues faster with Robot Monitor. Watch now!
On-Demand Webinar

Responding to Ransomware: Steps to Take to Reduce Your Risk

Join cybersecurity experts Bob Erdman, Security Product Manager at Fortra, and Holger Schulze, CEO and Founder of Cybersecurity Insiders, as they discuss the continuing challenge of ransomware.
Guide

Anti Malware for Linux, AIX, and IBM i Servers

When Malware Attacks Your IBM i, AIX, and Linux Servers Guide Malware and ransomware attacks have increased, halting day-to-day operations and bringing organizations to their knees. Businesses know anti malware is essential to protecting PCs from malicious programs, but many don’t realize the value of server-level protection until the damage is done. This guide examines the real-world consequences...