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Seamus Quinn

POWER IT Pro Contributing Writer

Seamus Quinn is a writer for POWER IT Pro and the editor of the PowerWire Europe email newsletter. 

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in PowerWire Europe Mar 10, 2014

Indian exchange shows scale of IBM's cloud ambition 

Anyone seeking evidence of IBM's accelerating commitment to cloud-based business offerings need look no further than a massive project it....More
in PowerWire Europe Mar 10, 2014

Halcyon tour highlights strength of Infor M3 

British systems management specialist Halcyon Software is setting off on a tour of M3 user group events this month that will take in the Netherlands....More
NiSUG chairman Mike Ryan
in PowerWire Europe Mar 10, 2014

NiSUG to merge with CUA and hold Europe's biggest conference 

The UK's NiSUG is to hold Europe's biggest Power Systems user group conference of the year and is to merge with another British institution,....More
in PowerWire Europe Mar 05, 2014

IBM's UNIX War Is Far From Over 

In The Art Of War, Sun Tzu wrote that the winning strategist only seeks battle after victory has been won. To turn this maxim on its head, I would....More
in PowerWire Europe Feb 10, 2014

PowerLinux is red hot for high-frequency trading, says specialist 

An IBM i specialist is making waves in the City of London with PowerLinux. iSys specialises in infrastructure optimisation, mainly with Power....More
in PowerWire Europe Feb 10, 2014

German firm offers backup with a Tivoli twist 

A German specialist is offering a new twist on backups with a solution based on an extension to IBM's Tivoli software built by Danish developer....More
in PowerWire Europe Jan 14, 2014

Global strategy boss talks Linux on Power 

IBM said last year that it would bet an extra billion dollars on promoting use of the Linux open source operating system on its multi-faceted Power....More
in PowerWire Europe Jan 13, 2014

Austria's Federal Computing Centre ditches Solaris 

A huge Austrian IT services provider has ditched its Oracle Solaris-based infrastructure in favour of 22 AIX-flavoured Power Systems. ....More

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