Saddled with the responsibility of the collection and distribution of fare data for over 550 airlines worldwide, The Airline Tariff Publishing Company reveals how it is facing the Y2K problem by converting its legacy applications.
Mainframe Data for Open Systems Environments, KeyLink/Dickens Participates in IBM Net.Commerce, Direct JDBC for IBM DB2, IT Spending on the Decline, User-Based Y2K Toolset Pricing.
Happy Days Again! The Year 2000 Information and Readiness Disclosure Act.
There's something brewing in Holland's Bavaria NV besides beer. The brewery found the Swedish software company StreamServe to provide an intelligent output management software package that would help enable individual system users to quickly retrieve the data needed to perform their jobs, while improving efficiency in every area from sales and distribution management to warehouse management and financial reporting.
AT&T Acquires IBM's Global Network Business, G5 Server, Domino Scalability on AS/400, Targeted Online Marketing Service, AS/400 10th Anniversary, Small Business Solutions for Windows NT.
In the beginning, there was Ethernet. As users exploited dedicated bandwidth, the links between switches became overloaded, and you can't wait for Gigabit standards. An ATM intelligent infrastructure can address the routing, management and distribution process with today's networks.
Independent software vendors form an alliance with Big Blue in order to deliver total solutions that increase the benefits and minimize the anguish of converting to an ERP platform.
Texas Medicaid fights fraud and waste as Data Warehousing Drives Supercomputing into the Corporate Mainstream.
The key requirements and the trade-off between building a system in-house vs. purchasing an off-the-shelf application are examined, along with the critical role ERP integration plays in driving payback and competitive advantage from an environmental, health safety system investment.
For life insurance corporation General American Life, migration many of its applications to clent/server was one thing, but having to get the mainframe and client/server to coexist - and training associates to work in this combined environment - was another.
While integrating distributed applications in a complex environment, it is important to not only learn the history of the process, but to understand the importance of service management, scalability and compatability.