Category Archives: Information Management

Memory Management in DB2 10 for z/OS at IDUG 2012

If you’re attending the IDUG DB2 Technical Conference in November then join Triton Director and IBM Gold Consultant, Julian Stuhler for a presentation on ‘Memory Management in DB2 10 for z/OS’. With the advent of DB2 10 for z/OS, users … Continue reading

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Remote DBA Service For Business-Critical Support!

Making sure you have the correct number of Database Administrators in your team can be a demanding subject to address.  Variations in the amount of work your team has to handle;  demands on your time from all areas of the … Continue reading

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DB2 Training Courses From Triton Consulting: For Smooth, Efficient Databases

Whatever your role in IT, your environment just never stands still!  There’s a constant need to be up to date in many varied areas, such as: New software versions Industry best practice How key database tools can obtain the best … Continue reading

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IBM Comes Top Of The Tree in The Forrester Report

In a recent Forrester Report, ‘The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Hadoop Solutions Q1 2012’, IBM has received praise for its Hadoop solutions within strong enterprise data warehousing portfolios. Hadoop is the emerging open source, cloud-oriented approach which originated in the mid-2000s … Continue reading

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Database Journal – IBM Information Management Trends

In his latest article for Database Journal Julian Stuhler shares his pick of the most important current trends in the world of IBM Information Management. Some are completely new and some are evolutions of existing technologies, and he’s betting that every … Continue reading

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IOD 2010 in Rome Begins

IBMs flagship European event – Information on Demand – begins today in Rome. The agenda covers the full spectrum of information management and includes keynote sessions from leading IBM, customer, and business partner speakers.  There are hands-on technical labs and industry … Continue reading

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DB2 10 for z/OS- Beta release announced

So, after many months of anticipation and “technology preview” presentations at various conferences, IBM have finally announced the start of the beta process for the new version of DB2 for z/OS. The product that went under the cunning codename of … Continue reading

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IBM Open London Business Analytics Centre to Focus on UK Financial Services Sector

In his recent IOD 2009 blog posts Julian talked about IBM’s new Information-Led Transformation and Business Analytics strategy.  In a continuation of their commitment to this, IBM have opened a new Analytics Solution Centre in London. The initial focus will … Continue reading

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Missed Information on Demand 2009?

If you weren’t able to attend IBM Information on Demand 2009 you can access presentations from the event at the IOD You Tube Channel – click here.

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Information Management for Midsize Organisations

Want to know about the fundamentals of Information Management for midsize organisations?  Click here to view a range of informative videos from IBM which run through everything from “What is Information Management?” to “What is Master Data Management?” and “The … Continue reading

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