8 Principles of the Innovator’s Way

Evolving From the IT Cost Center to the IT Innovator (The original article appears in IBM System Magazine Power Systems) At a recent IT conference, I started chatting with the other attendees of an IT management track session. The exchange quickly turned interesting when we discussed a few key questions that most of us responsible … Continue reading “8 Principles of the Innovator’s Way”

Tradeshows and gym memberships: more similar than you think!

While preparing for the Fall COMMON Conference, I kept thinking about a recent conversation I had with the manager at my local gym. She said, “We’ve got cardio equipment, free weights, spin classes, and more. You can participate in all or none, it’s really up to you. You have to decide how much time you … Continue reading “Tradeshows and gym memberships: more similar than you think!”

International i-Power Conference 2015

IBM i revival – A well attended event and an upbeat atmosphere The International i-Power Conference, hosted by i-UG (the UK IBM i User Group), is the annual gathering of IBM i enthusiasts from across the UK. As a proud i-UG member LANSA was one of 21 sponsors at this year’s conference. This event was … Continue reading “International i-Power Conference 2015”

The next generation of IBM i professionals

Guest Blogger: Benjamin Newman Supporting the next generation of IBM i professionals is important to LANSA. This post was written by Benjamin Newman, LANSA’s recent marketing intern, whom we met at a local IBM i event.  Ben describes his perspective of the IBM i community and the value of real-world work experience. College students seek … Continue reading “The next generation of IBM i professionals”

Seneca College professor succeeds at adding Mobile App Development for IBM i to curriculum

Pursuing a college education used to be a fairly straightforward process.  A general interest was paired with a broad degree that resulted in a diploma with several career paths. Success was achieved by how quickly you secured a job out of college, and student loans with low interest rates and pay back incentives were freely … Continue reading “Seneca College professor succeeds at adding Mobile App Development for IBM i to curriculum”