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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
September 2, 2014

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: September 2, 2014. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

Maestro 2.0, the latest version of Attunity's big data management and data distribution platform, offers new capabilities, including logic and event-driven process control, which enables increased power over business processes, and greater IT efficiency and productivity across global and distributed infrastructures.

Providing the opportunity to breathe new life into existing Windows applications, Embarcadero Technologies has launched RAD Studio XE7, a complete solution to build connected apps for Windows, Android, iOS, Mac OS X, gadgets, and wearables.

While the potential use of IoT information may be thrilling, a question that remains is how the data will be tracked from all of these new interconnected devices. A recent DBTA webcast provided a look at what the not-too-distant future will hold concerning the Internet of Things and how data is processed. The webcast featured Michael Hummel, CTO of ParStream, Robert Geiger, vice president of products at TransLattice, and Hannah Smalltree, director of Treasure Data, who talked about their companies' unique approaches to helping customers derive value from IoT data.

In a new release of Logi Vision, Logi Analytics is combining new analytical capabilities with social features to support data discovery for users ranging from data scientists to anyone who needs data-driven insights. Logi Vision 1.3 is being made available to try as a downloadable, full-featured version, so anyone can work with their spreadsheets, cloud applications and corporate data within the security of their workplace, or via a hosted trial option.

Think About It

The Internet of Things integrates multiple wired and wireless communication, control, and IT technologies, which connect various terminals or subsystems under a unified platform that uses open and standardized data technologies such as XML/web services/SOA. So how will this impact you and/or your organization? The biggest areas of concern are security and privacy.