Twas the Night Before Christmas and All Through IT….

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Techy Christmas BallTwas the night before Christmas and all through IT

No programmers were stirring, where could they be?

Who was watching green screens and logging errors?

Who was guarding Big Blue from cyber terrors?

 

Who was sending emails and coding with care?

How would reports get distributed over here, over there?

Suddenly, I remembered the software we purchased

To get more efficient and handle problems that surfaced

 

No need for us ...

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4 Must-Read Tips for Evaluating IBM i Software

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test drive ibm i software IBM i third-party software is like a fast car. You want to test-drive it before you buy it.

Even when you’ve thoroughly researched the package, there’s still nothing like loading the software up and running it through its paces. You wouldn’t plunk down $35K+ for a new car without getting behind the wheel. Why wouldn’t you ...

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Have You Bursted an IBM i Report Today?

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IBM i report Seasoned IT veterans may remember, or even still use, bursting machines, or bursters. They’re big clunky devices that physically separate printed multi-part forms for easy distribution.

The idea is simple. You feed a printed two-, three-, or four-part form into one end of the burster. Using belts, wheels, and cutting edges, the burster ingeniously separates the multi-part forms into small piles of single-part forms that ...

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5 Ways Electronic Forms Software Helps Counties and Cities

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describe the imageElectronic forms software allows government entities to modernize applications for improved service delivery and better operational processes, saving cities and counties time and money.

Here are five great ways that electronic forms and check processing software such as DRVTech’s FormFlex software, can help governments provide better service and cut costs. Continue Reading →

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Four Keys to Fair Software Pricing

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!Money resized 600IMHO, too many vendors complicate software pricing. Rather than providing a clear, fair price for their customers, software vendors often charge different prices for different hardware configurations, make customers pay for modules they don’t need, and surprise customers with hidden fees when they make even the tiniest change to their hardware platform.

If I could talk collectively to the IBM ...

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