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H&W Computer Systems, Inc. Announces Day One Support for CICS 4.1

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BOISE, Idaho – April 28, 2009 – H&W Computer Systems, Inc. (H&W) today announced Day One support for
its software running under IBM’s CICS Transaction Server for z/OS, release 4.1 (CICS 4.1). Day One support
is part of H&W’s ongoing commitment to assure customers that its software will be ready to integrate
smoothly into their environment, no matter how soon they choose to upgrade. This support is available for
H&W’s SYSB-II, SYSD, CPMS, WebTek, SYSJ, SYSM, and Wizard Mail software.

Social Security Administration's Market Research for CICS

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The Social Security Administration (SSA) is currently performing MARKET RESEARCH to determine the availability of an International Business Machines (IBM) Mainframe Z/OS compatible software product to identify Customer Information Control System (CICS) application resources and their interdependencies for the purpose of supporting continuous availability within the CICS environment.

The software product must possess the following characteristics:

• Ability to run under z/OS 1.10 or later.
• Ability to run with CICS Transaction Server for z/OS Version 3.2 or later.

CICS TS V4.1 Beta Download Now available.

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The CICS Transaction Server for z/OS V4.1 Open Beta download page is up and available.
You can get it HERE

CICS TS V4.1 Open Beta

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After the overwhelming success of the previous open beta program, IBM® have decided to run another open beta program for the new release of CICS® Transaction Server for z/OS® (CICS TS) Version 4, Release 1.

Get the BETA here!

PREVIEW: CICS Transaction Server for z/OS V4.1

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CICS® Transaction Server (CICS TS) V4.1 will deliver important new function to help businesses meet the demands of increased regulatory scrutiny, address changing demographics, and position themselves to take advantage of new growth opportunities. New function includes:

Non-invasive detection and emission of business events from within CICS applications will provide insight into business behavior.
Atom feeds and RESTful APIs will enable existing CICS applications to participate in mashups and similar Web 2.0 development styles.

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