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Webinar: Encryption on the IBM i Platform

Posted by on Tuesday, 23 June, 2015

Do you need to encrypt sensitive data on the IBM i, but are unsure how to get started or which techniques are best?

Encryption is essential for protecting sensitive data like credit card numbers, social security numbers, birth dates and other PII information. It is also critical for meeting compliance requirements like PCI DSS, HIPAA and State Privacy Laws.

Encryption on the IBM i Platform

This webinar is your chance to learn the basic methods of encrypting data on the IBM i, whether if it is stored within your database files or transmitted to your trading partners. During the webinar, you will learn about these key topics:

  • Exploring the basics of Encryption
  • Hashing vs Encryption
  • Introduction to Key Management
  • Database Field Encryption
  • Open PGP Encryption
  • SFTP and FTPS protocols

You are invited to join us for this free webinar.
Linoma Software’s senior IBM i engineers will be on hand during to answer your encryption questions.

To reserve your place, and to learn more about the webinar, visit the registration page. Don’t delay, register today.

If you’re unable to attend, we are recording the webinar and will make it available on our website.

Justin Phipps

Justin is the Marketing Manager at Linoma Software, helping promote our secure file transfer and encryption solutions.

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Linoma Software Salutes Its Big Winners At RPG & DB2 Summit 2014

Posted by on Friday, 28 March, 2014
Linoma Software’s Ron Byrd made his annual trek to Dallas for the RPG & DB2 Summit 2014.  The event is a tremendous opportunity to meet with IBM i professionals.

Part of the IBM i community since 1994, we enjoy talking with customers and attendees about our full line of data management tools.  At this year’s Summit, Ron rewarded visitors to our booth with a chance to win valuable prizes and Susan Gantner with System i Developer helped with the drawing.

The three lucky attendees were:

  • James Huang, Core-Mark
  • Ted Poskey, Hochheim Prairie Ins.
  • Lynn Laber, Nodak Mutual Ins.

 

We’d like to thank everyone who stopped by to talk with Ron, and a special salute to the winners of our drawing.  Also a big shout out to everyone at System i Developer, and the sponsors, for putting on a fantastic event.

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From RPG Toolbox, Crypto Complete and Surveyor/400 for iSeries to the family of GoAnywhere secure file transfer products there’s a solution for everyone at Linoma Software.  Contact us today to learn more.

Stop by our booth at the COMMON Annual Meeting and Exposition, May 4-6 in Orlando.  See you there.

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Susan Gantner of System i Developer, prize winner James Huang with Core-Mark and Ron Byrd from Linoma Software.

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Ted Poskey, Hochheim Prairie Insurance (right).

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Lynn Laber, Nodak Mutual Insurance (right).

Justin Phipps

Justin is the Marketing Manager at Linoma Software, helping promote our secure file transfer and encryption solutions.

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DB2 Field Encryption Has Been Simplified

Posted by on Wednesday, 5 June, 2013

Compliance regulations like HIPAA and PCI DSS have us all looking for more efficient and secure ways to keep sensitive data protected, especially the personal information fields we’ve all come to rely on: social security numbers, credit card numbers, birth dates, driver’s license numbers, insurance policy ID numbers, etc.

Register for DB2 FieldProcs WebinarFortunately, IBM is working hard to meet the growing demands of companies who must store and share private information and compliance auditors who govern how it must be done.  When it released IBM i 7.1, it included a feature for encrypting DB2 form fields to give IT staffs more control.

Surprisingly, not everyone is taking full advantage of these DB2 FieldProcs either because they’re not aware of their benefit, or because they’re waiting for an even more comprehensive approach.

If you fall into either of these groups, then we’ve got good news.  The Linoma Software team is hosting a webinar next week to share tips for how to maximize the DB2 FieldProcs feature in IBM i 7.1.  In addition, we’ll provide some options that could give your processes even more functionality, making things more efficient.

We invite you to grab some lunch and join us for IBM i Field Procedures Simplified with DB2 Field Procedures on June 13 at noon central.  There will be lots of opportunities to ask questions, and we’ll also record the webinar so you can share it with your colleagues.

Hope you’ll be able to join us!

Susan Baird

Susan is the Marketing Manager at Linoma Software, helping promote our secure file transfer and encryption solutions. Her specialty is content creation and social media marketing, and you can find out more about her by viewing her LinkedIn profile.

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Wrapping Up Another Great COMMON Conference

Posted by on Tuesday, 8 May, 2012

Like many in our industry, we do our fair share of trade shows, and as anyone who has ever exhibited will tell you, it’s a lot of work.

In our company, Lu Ann handles all of the arrangements.  She books the plane tickets, reserves the rooms, secures the exhibition space, orders the exhibitor badges, organizes and ships the collateral, and coordinates a thousand other details to ensure everything goes smoothly for the team when they arrive.

The sales team does all of the manual labor, including packing and repacking the booth displays and equipment, helping load and unload the heavy boxes onto the shipping company’s truck, and of course setting up and tearing down the booth.  Again, so many details to manage to make sure everything is perfect for the opening of the show.

Months in advance, our marketing team is planning giveaways and prizes, updating collateral, and trying to add new ways to catch visitors’ attention.

Throughout the show, we’re working hard to connect, meeting new trade show participants and vendors, and reconnecting with long-time customers and partners.  We’re striking up conversations with people who pass our booth, and we’re walking the floor saying hi to old friends and introducing ourselves to new ones.  It’s an energizing, exhausting, rewarding process.

And of all of the trade shows that we attend and/or where we exhibit, COMMON holds a special place for us.  The COMMON community is tightly knit and loyal, and every show is like a family reunion.    New deals are forged, partnerships are discovered, and all the while relationships are built and nurtured.  When we reconnect with customers or friends, it’s as if we’re just picking up the conversation right where we left off from last year’s COMMON conference.

As I approach my one-year anniversary as marketing manager at Linoma Software, I’m fortunate to have been invited to attended my first COMMON conference. When our president Bob Luebbe toured me around from booth to booth introducing me to people, I quickly realized the level of connection Linoma has with the IBM i community.

It was wonderful to finally meet in person all of the folks I’d been working with all year:  Jennifer and Megan from iPro Developer; Chris, Kara, David and Jeff from MC Press; Tami and Darryl from IBM Systems Magazine; Dan,Timothy, Kim and Jenny with IT Jungle; and Dan Cheney, our most prolific blogger on this and the GoAnywhere Managed File Transfer blog whom I finally got to hug.  It was especially amazing to spend quality time with my friend and mentor Bill Rice, with Humanized Communication.

Today, as we’re breaking down the booth, saying goodbye to friends, and anticipating the long flights home, it’s clear that the IBM i community is thriving.  We are proud to be a part of it all, and are already planning for next spring’s COMMON conference.

 

Susan Baird

Susan is the Marketing Manager at Linoma Software, helping promote our secure file transfer and encryption solutions. Her specialty is content creation and social media marketing, and you can find out more about her by viewing her LinkedIn profile.

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