IT Jungle: Getting Short-Term Maintenance for Your Power i Machine

IT Jungle posted my recent article on how to get short-term maintenance (less than one year) for a Power i machine that will soon be taken out of service and returned to a leasing company.

Here’s the situation I answer in this article:

I purchased a three-year maintenance contract when I bought my Power7 machine in 2010. The contract runs out in May but I need extended maintenance through July when I’m installing a new machine and returning the old machine to the leasing company. How do I extend my hardware/software maintenance for only two months without having to buy a one-year maintenance contract?

You can go to the article to find my solution by clicking here.


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Joe is the owner of Hertvik Business Services, a service company providing written white papers, case studies, and other marketing content to computer industry companies. He is also a contributing editor for IT Jungle and has written the Admin Alert column for the past ten years. Follow Joe Hertvik on Twitter @JoeHertvik. Email Joe for a free quote on white papers, case studies, brochures, or other marketing materials.
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