Alison Butterill

IBM i marks 30 years of innovation with the IBM i 30th Anniversary Edition

IBM Power Systems announced the IBM i 30th Anniversary Edition during a keynote session at the POWERUp2018 conference in San Antonio. The IBM i 30th Anniversary Edition extends the spirit of IBM and client innovation. It builds upon all of the values and benefits associated with today’s IBM i Solution Edition for the Power S914 […]

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What does cloud mean for IBM Power Systems?

The cloud has been a constant topic in today’s industry with new cloud options available — but how does it affect IBM Power Systems? Moreover, how can Power stay unique in this ever-changing environment? The Power Enterprise Systems for cloud are the newest cloud offerings from Power Systems, and they are designed to accomplish three […]

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Five sessions you need on your COMMON 2016 agenda

Let the good times roll! The COMMON Annual Conference is in New Orleans May 15-19. With more than 80 exhibitors including IBM Power Systems, the Annual Meeting and Exposition is COMMON’s largest educational event of the year. From open labs to workshops, you can get an in-depth IBM i and Linux on Power education and […]

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Google Hangout: How companies are succeeding with IBM i

It’s no secret: in the age of social media and instant insights, customer expectations have changed. People use social networks and applications for entertainment, shopping, socializing and even work-life balance. How can businesses best respond to this shift and take advantage of opportunities to innovate, differentiate and grow? Moreover, how can they do all this […]

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IBM i in the modern world

From the web interface used to order a birthday gift to the mobile interface used for paying bills, companies need modern capabilities like cloud solutions and deeper analytics to run their businesses in a secure environment. IBM i has developed a tried-and-true reputation to help companies avoid downtime and keep their businesses secure. The object-based […]

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