The impish wit behind the iSeries-AS/400’s most memorable marketing efforts is leaving IBM to ply his trade elsewhere. After 25 years with Big Blue — all in service to the iSeries and its predecessors: the AS/400, System/38, S/36, and S/32 — Malcolm Haines, the iSeries’ self-styled chief propagandist, is leaving early next month to join a startup founded by a childhood chum, Simon Williams, the former CEO of Synon, which Williams sold to Sterling Software back in 1998.“It’s the most ...

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