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GTSG at Share - Orlando 2015
Our first time as an Exhibitor at Share - check out our booth where we had great fun meeting one of the largest crowds in recent Share history. We had a great time with the attendees and exhibitors - there was always something going on. Make some new friends and established some new partnerships. If you've never been - it's a great experience.
GTSG Approach to Mainframe Cost Takeout
When you spend as much time as we do on the mainframe, you’re going to be asked- every day- about how to run it more efficiently from a cost perspective. We get that question – a lot. This is an overview of our approach when we’re asked the question
Mainframe Staff Challenges
Efficiently staffing the zSeries environment is difficult enough, but customers in a sub-2000 MIPS environment have a special set of challenges when it comes to running a cost-optimized operation
Mainframe Staffing Solutions
If you're worried about sustaining your mainframe skills in the face of retirement, announced sunset dates, or the inability to attract or retain talent, you'll want to read this overview of how we provide diverse solutions for the mainframe skill shortage
- GTSG Named To CRN Solution Provider 500
We're proud to announce that GTSG has been named to the 2015 CRN Solution Provider 500 list
Mainframe Performance Optimization
Check out our holistic approach to Tuning, Workload Management and Capacity Management to achieve efficient cost savings for the mainframe platform
- IBM Redbooks
Yeah, we know - but there are actually some folks out there that don't know about IBM Redbooks. For those of you who live by these, you should consider a residency - it's a great experience