Windows Server 2003 has less than five months to live!

Just like Microsoft ended support for Windows XP last April, this July 14, 2015, Microsoft will no longer issue security updates for any version of Windows 2003. This effectively signals the end of Windows 2003 in the enterprise.


Jordi Marin joins ASNA as COO to further ASNA global expansion

Barcelona, and San Antonio, Thursday, February 26th—Jordi Marin has joined ASNA as its Chief Operations Officer. His responsibilities include helming and refining of ASNA's international expansion strategy, managing its worldwide distributor and reseller channels, and guiding its international development team.


Microsoft shoots for relevance in the open source world

On November 12, 2014, Microsoft (MS) announced that it's open-sourcing its full server-side .NET stack, which thereby, at least in theory, expands the .NET stack to Linux and Mac OS X (which is really Unix) platforms. Here are seven take-aways from that announcement.


An IBM i rose in a bucket of PC coal

Taber Alderman's company, Systems Implementation, is an IBM i ISV. 95% of the time, when it gets a new customer, it installs a new IBM i into a business that previously had no IBM footprint whatsoever. Furthermore, Systems Implementation's competition is nearly all PC-based. Let those two facts soak in.


ASNApalooza 2014 presents a hunk of burning RPG!

ASNApalooza 2014, the 15th ASNApalooza Developer Conference was held on October 21st and 22nd. More than 65 attendees came from all over the US, Canada, and Spain.


ASNA is proud to welcome Daniel Coldicott back to ASNA!

ASNA is proud to announce that former colleague Daniel Coldicott has re-joined ASNA in the capacity of our Sales Representative for the UK, Ireland and other European English-speaking countries.