IBM z Systems 101
Get up to speed quickly with hybrid cloud, analytics, digital business and blockchain
10/26/2016 12:00:08 AM |
By Cory Witt
Our world’s fast-moving, cognitive era requires businesses to build servers that are agile and lean enough to respond to the ever-changing and highly competitive business environment. This need has spawned a consumer and technological revolution where a business’s ability to remain up to date with the latest mobile economy, cloud and cognitive business solutions dictate its success—posing a great problem for many businesses just starting their enterprise.
For over 50 years, the IBM z Systems servers have enabled clients to achieve more in a secure system. IBM z offers solutions to improve the services through their systems by harnessing the power of hybrid cloud technologies, integrating real-time analytics into their operations, and protecting their most critical information and assets with unmatched security. Updates to the mainframe continue to assess business needs and are constantly innovating to help enable new possibilities that were never thought possible before.
In “z Systems for Dummies” by Barry Schoenborn
, learn what z Systems can do for you and your business. In the publication, find:
- The full line of product offerings and each of their individual capabilities
- The changes defined by IBM that are taking place in our current business world
- The rapidly changing business/IT ecosystem
- z System solutions that reveal the scope of finding answers to real world challenges, and how IBM z can help propel your business forward.
This book is written for executive decision makers and senior IT practitioners who are interested in learning why z Systems is the preferred solution for 92 of the top 100 banks, 92 of the largest airlines and 18 of the top 25 retailers.
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Cory Witt is a former intern at Destination z.
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