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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
December 10, 2013

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: December 10, 2013. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

Appfluent, a provider of big data analytic solutions, has introduced Appfluent Visibility Version 5.5. The release features new capabilities enables organizations to implement an effective data management strategy to boost performance and help contain rising IT costs by advancing data usage analytics.

DataStax and Google engineers have collaborated on testing and validation of the scalability, reliability and performance of mission-critical online applications that are built on DataStax Enterprise with Google Compute Engine. In addition, DataStax and Google intend to continue with performance and stress testing, and also to expand testing to include a current customer in order to gain real-life experience.

Datawatch, a provider of visual data discovery software that optimizes any data, and Xerox Canada have joined forces to provide a solution to digitize and add analytics to the inventory reporting process. This solution will minimize the burden of paper and make it easier for retailers and large enterprises to extract valuable information from the data they collect.

Melissa Data has introduced a new Move Update function for Listware for Excel, the company's data enrichment tool that integrates directly into Microsoft Excel. According to Melissa Data, Listware for Excel enables real-time contact data quality in a simple Excel interface making it well suited for anyone using Excel to manage contact data, and providing a data quality option for mailers challenged by the licensing costs or volume mailing requirements of the U.S Post Office's national change-of-address product. The newest update to Listware for Excel, the Move Update option, is a proprietary change-of-address service, providing access to millions of U.S. address records.

As it becomes a corporate sponsor of OpenStack, Oracle says it plans to integrate OpenStack capabilities into a range of products and services including Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux, Oracle VM, Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance, Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud, Oracle's ZS3 Series, Axiom Storage Systems and StorageTek Tape Systems, Oracle Compute Cloud Service and Oracle Storage Cloud Service.