Month of October 2008 - Page Number 8

Showing 71 - 80 of 452 from October 2008
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  1. 71.
    IPCOM000175801D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Oct-27
  2. 72.
    IPCOM000175799D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Oct-26
  3. 73.
    IPCOM000175794D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Oct-25
  4. 74.
    Generalized scalable solution for backing up very large file systems/data sets via an external interface into the Tivoli Storage Manager Backup/Archive client.
    IPCOM000175793D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Oct-25
  5. 75.
    Clients on z/OS are currently limited to a four digit device number. This severely limits the number of devices a client can have online at one time. One solution is to make larger volumes. Another solution is to dynamically manage the UCBs so that multiple devices can share the same real UCB. Our invention uses a...
    IPCOM000175791D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Oct-25
  6. 76.
    A method of ensuring that a tape drive that gets replaced in the field has the same level of firmware and the same VPD settings as the original tape drive.
    IPCOM000175790D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Oct-25
  7. 77.
    Mobile notebook users can be quite far from the default printer, when requesting that a document or spreadsheet be printed. This can be very troublesome, if the default printer is at work, and the user is at home, and the document was labeled CONFIDENTIAL, and the user had to make a midnight trip to work to avoid a...
    IPCOM000175789D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Oct-25
  8. 78.
    This invention teaches a method of using a label that partially suspends over (or bridges over) a sensitive area when a printed label cannot be in constant contact with that area of the card or board. This label still successfully indicates to users the appropriate location for them to press or push on during an...
    IPCOM000175788D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Oct-25
  9. 79.
    This article teaches a spring-loaded-pin electrical connector, where the ground pin extends the most, and thus ground connects first and disconnects last. The power pins extend the second most, and thus the power pins connect after the ground connects and disconnect before the ground disconnects. Finally, the data...
    IPCOM000175787D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Oct-25
  10. 80.
    Businesses are generating an increasing amount of digital information like emails, instant messages, audit logs, financial records and so on – According to a recent claim by IDC, just the total number of e-mails sent daily worldwide has grown from 9.7 billion in 2000 to 35 billion in 2005. Another study by IBM...
    IPCOM000175786D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Oct-24