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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
September 20, 2011

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: September 20, 2011. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.


News Flashes

expressor software, a provider of data integration software, says it is shipping a new version of its flagship platform that expands its data warehousing, as well as a new licensing offer for business end users who wish to build their own queries. The latest version of expressor 3.4, features three major areas of enhancement for the company's data integration platform, including a new rules editor, enhanced data warehousing and ETL (extract, transform and load) capabilities, and end user functionality.

Allround Automations has released a free plug-in that directly connects its PL/SQL Developer IDE with Red Gate Software's Oracle database deployment tools. "Combining PL/SQL Developer and the Deployment Suite for Oracle from Red Gate gives any database developer an extremely powerful environment for development and deployment," Tom Harris, Red Gate's product manager for Oracle tools, tells 5 Minute Briefing.

Direct Computer Resources, Inc., a provider of data privacy, file management and application development testing software, has been granted a patent in connection with the data obfuscation technology used in its DataVantage Global software. The software is used for the management and testing of databases and database applications, data migration, and the protection of sensitive data.

Vormetric, Inc., a provider of solutions for enterprise systems encryption and key management, and Vcura, Inc., a provider of IT solutions for business, have formed a partnership to develop data protection and regulatory compliance-specific solutions based on the Vormetric Data Security platform for organizations in the U.S. and Canada. "The energy, utilities, and Canadian government markets have unique information security requirements and rely on trusted solution providers for implementation services and support," says Mike Coffield, vice president of Worldwide Channel Operations for Vormetric.


Think About It

As companies learn to embrace "big data" - terabytes and gigabytes of bits and bytes, strung across constellations of databases - they face a new challenge: making the data valuable to the business. To accomplish this, data needs to be brought together to give decision makers a more accurate view of the business.

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