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New Channels, New Concerns? Let’s Talk iSeries (AS/400) Security.

New Channels, New Concerns? Let’s Talk iSeries (AS/400) Security.

You can open your IBM i (AS/400) applications to new channels — without sacrificing security.

New Channels, New Concerns? Let’s Talk iSeries (AS/400) Security.

April 30, 2019

You can open your IBM i (AS/400) applications to new channels — without sacrificing security.

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Little by Little Goes a Long Way with Done-For-You IBM i 5250 Legacy Modernization

January 17, 2016

When most companies begin a legacy data modernization project for their IBM i (AS/400) systems, they assume they have to convert their thousands of 5250 screens in one gigantic project. Having[...]

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Your 5250 Screens to Mobile In A Click - Why Now Is The Time To Get Started.

November 24, 2015

Many businesses shudder when the subject comes up regarding how to bring their IBM i AS/400 Legacy systems out of the days of green screen character-based functionality. Typically the choices are[...]

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6 Sessions You Don't Want to Miss at COMMON 2015

April 22, 2015

It’s been described as the world’s largest professional association of IBM technology users. We’re talking of course about COMMON, and in a few days, the OpenLegacy team will be attending their[...]

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Questions We Were Asked at the WMCPA and NEUGC Events

April 08, 2015

March was a busy month for OpenLegacy as we made our way up to Wisconsin and Massachusetts for two regional COMMON events. In this post, we wanted to share a few notes on our experience and our[...]

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Develop Mobile Apps with AS/400 Applications: 6 Things to Avoid

March 10, 2015

No two development projects are the same; every enterprise will have different goals and success metrics for creating mobile apps tied to their AS/400 systems. Regardless of scope, there are[...]

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Mainframe and Legacy Systems: The Classic Cars of IT

March 03, 2015

Design, power and durability. These are the qualities that most people – including the younger generations – tend to associate with the classic American muscle car. This is also how a true IT[...]

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