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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
June 12, 2018

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: June 12, 2018. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

TigerGraph, provider of a graph analytics platform for the enterprise, has announced the free Developer Edition of its graph analytics platform for lifetime non-commercial use.

Collibra, a provider of enterprise data governance and catalog software, has introduced Collibra 5.4 which adds new crowdsourced social functionality. The new capabilities leverage the knowledge and insights of business users across an organization to allow them to rate and review data assets and extend data governance engagement and collaboration.

Dataguise and Snowflake have announced that Dataguise's DgSecure software has been integrated into Snowflake's cloud-based data warehousing platform to provide an end-to-end solution for compliance-ready data analytics to joint enterprise customers impacted by high levels of governmental oversight.

Knoa Software, a provider of user experience management (UEM) software, is launching the latest version of Knoa UEM for Enterprise Applications, extending the monitor platform for new application environments and integrations to new BI tools. This enhanced release builds on previous versions, accelerating the solution's value for SAP S/4HANA implementations through increased extensibility of the Knoa UEM monitoring and analytical platform. These features also position the solution as a key analytical tool for initiatives involving SAP Leonardo.

At Data Summit 2018 in Boston just 2 days before GDPR went into effect, Kristina Podnar, digital policy consultant, NativeTrust Consulting, LLC, presented a talk on what you need to know to become compliant with the new regulation—and maintain compliance. In her presentation, Podnar cut through the legal and regulatory noise, taking the 99 articles of GDPR and distilling them into 10 key areas so attendees could identify the things that they really need to deal with—and those that do not apply.