Q&A Teleconference for z/OS Associate Certificate Program

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Q&A Teleconference for z/OS Associate Certificate Program

You are invited to learn more !

If you or other colleagues in your organization are interested in the Marist z/OS Certificate program, please join us for a brief telephone discussion describing our Spring 2009 Enterprise Computing z/OS Certificate program.

Where & When
Date: January 15th-Thursday
Time: 12:00pm to 1:00 pm (EST)
Call in US#: 1-888-469-0495
International: 1-210-795-2680
Passcode: 63893

You will have a chance to ask questions and learn about various aspects of the program:

  • content and delivery
  • participation and companies represented
  • success and testimonials
  • enrollment/application process
  • tuition information
  • history of the program

Please RSVP by Wednesday, January 14, 2009 via email to: roberta.diggins@marist.edu

Please forward this invitation to other prospective participants. Thank you!

by JimPorell January 9, 2009 in People
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IBM had a press release last week describing how UNC Health Care and IBM teamed up to speed the development of new treatments for diseases such as diabetes, cystic fibrosis and cancer. Although not explicitly spelled out in the press release, System z and DB2 for z/OS were at the heart of UNC Health Care's very successful solution. The total solution included the primary database on DB2 on z/OS, datamarts on AIX, and the analytics and presentation layer on Linux on System z.

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