Skip to main content

Sort by

The Cost of a Data Breach Reaches an All-Time High of $4.45 Million

Evelyn Hoover

September 26, 2023

MGM Resorts was the latest victim of a social engineering hack that brought the casino chain to its knees. The breach happened last week when hackers obtained a password by posing as an employee of the Las Vegas resort chain. According to published reports on TechCrunch and Bloomberg, the attack crippled MGM’s hotel guest services […]


Kai Stroh on Db2: A Not So Simple Relational Database

Reg Harbeck

May 24, 2023

This transcript is edited for clarity.   Reg Harbeck: Hi, I'm Reg Harbeck and today I'm here with Kai Stroh, who is the head of mainframe development at UBS Hainer. Welcome. Kai, tell us how did you end up on the mainframe?   Kai Stroh: Hey Reg, thanks for having me. How did I end […]

Sponsored Content by
UBS Hainer


Scott Forstie on SQL Services and IBM i 7.5 Capabilities

Charlie Guarino

December 2, 2022

Spotlight for the B side: IBM's Scott Forstie on SQL services, geospatial functions and IBM i 7.5 capabilities


Protecting Data Within New HA/DR Parameters

Jim Utsler

September 30, 2021

There are two types of organizations in the world: those that have experienced unplanned system downtime and those that will. Of the first group, many have likely tightened up their high availability and disaster recovery (HA/DR) methods and tools as a result of their incidents, moving, for example, to hosted cloud-based HA/DR services. Within the […]


The Importance of Cloud-Based HA/DR Technology

Jennifer Goforth Gregory

September 30, 2021

For many organizations, budgeting discussions for disaster recovery (DR) and high availability (HA) have played out in a similar manner for decades: The IT department asks to spend a set amount for capital expenditures and a set amount for operating expenses. However, the infrastructure needed to back up the data center and networks in case […]