Before the AS/400 Roamed the Earth – Looking Back at Early IBM

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It’s fun for me to talk about the birth of the AS/400 because I was fortunate enough to be a part of it and there are so many loyal fans of it. But plenty of programming took place decades before the AS/400. I came across an IBM film/commercial shown at the 1958 World’s Fair in Brussels. It’s called The Information Machine, Man, and the Data Processor. Fair warning. It’s almost 10 minutes in length. But it has some ...

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Why Software, Not Cloud, Should be Transformative IT Priority for AS/400 & IBM i

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 IBM i, IBM Power Systems, Cloud, IT

Transformation appears to be the IT buzzword of the moment. While I like my technology leading edge, my business philosophy tends to be old school. 

Design it better than anyone. Support it better than anyone. Pay attention to your customers and never stop innovating to meet their challenges.

So buzzwords come and go for me without much investment ...

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Forms Software Helps Banks Solve Statement Challenges

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Banking in the U.S. is a $13 trillion dollar industry. A select group of big banks are responsible for a large chunk of that number. But according to the American Banking Association, most banks in this country have less than $165 million in assets.

Like a lot of small to mid-sized companies, banking has had to stretch resources to cope with the economic downturn. Here are compelling reasons that well-designed and supported Forms software can cut costs on delivering e-statements and ...

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