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Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
April 23, 2014

A comprehensive monthly publication filled with news and insight serving the MultiValue database community.

News Flashes

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TEKsystems, an IT staffing solutions provider, says that employers are finding it increasingly difficult to hire business intelligence and security experts.

Supporting a ‘develop once, deploy anywhere' approach, BlueFinity International has launched Evoke, a new product that provides developers with a toolset for all application delivery platforms.

Entrinsik, developer of Informer agile operational reporting and business intelligence software, has formed a partnership with SugarCRM, provider of customer relationship management (CRM) solution. Delivered with pre-configured mappings and sample reports, Informer software provides real-time reporting, data analysis and interactive dashboards to extend the value of customers' SugarCRM systems.

The latest version of Rocket Aldon LM has built-in U2 Support for Rocket UniData and Rocket UniVerse including Programs, Data Dictionary Items, Schema Changes, TCL, wIntegrate, AE, and ED. Aldon LM simplifies audit compliance, facilitates task and backlog management, enforces quality standards, and secures and manages access to software assets. Rocket is hosting a one-hour webinar to showcase the product features on Thursday, April 24, 2014, at 8 am PT / 9 am MT / 10 am CT / 11 am ET.

Think About It

Windows-upgrade procrastinators, watch out. That's the message coming through from some security experts who estimate that there is a significant portion of business users who still have not moved off Windows XP, despite the fact that patches will no longer be issued. Users have been warned by Microsoft for years now that support for the more-than-decade-old operating system, as well as for Office 2003, would end on April 8, 2014.