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z/OS Releases: Small Changes, Big Improvements

3/30/2015 12:00:31 AM | I’ve found many functions over the past several z/OS releases that system programmers may not have realized were there. In fact, many of these items were the result of customer requirements, making their delivery even more important.

Many of these enhancements are on releases your enterprise may already be running. They’re easy to implement, meaning that you can take advantage of them right away.

Read about small changes that lead to big improvements in recent z/OS versions and a list of new release enhancement resources.

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