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Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
December 14, 2016

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


News Flashes

Each year, Database Trends and Applications magazine spotlights solutions that aim to help organizations derive greater benefit from their data, make decisions faster, and work smarter and more securely. Several MV solutions have made the cut this year, including products from Kore Technologies, Revelation Software, and Rocket Software.

Zumasys recently assisted a customer in gaining leverage in the cloud. Allied Electric Supply is a full line electric supply house based in Cobleskill, New York, that sells contractors and industrial accounts. In 2015, the company was due for a technology refresh, according to John Selkirk, president of Allied Electric Supply.

As 2016 comes to a close, experts in the MultiValue community are looking ahead at what 2017 may offer in the MV space. Steve O'Neal, a principal solutions architect at Rocket Software, believes open standards will continue to be important even as they continue to change. Additionally the trend towards using real-time integration and RESTful web services for integrating MultiValue applications will continue and accelerate as more cloud-based and mobile applications become available, Keith Lambert, vice president of marketing and business development at Kore, explained.

Rocket Software is updating its UniVerse application platform to include support for new languages and enhance replication for high availability and disaster recovery. Additional upgrades to the platform include streamlined audit logging to automate compliance documentation for regulations and standards such as HIPAA and PCI.


Think About It

By now it's well documented that employees will take IT tasks into their own hands when IT cannot give them the support they need, and when they need it. The phenomenon is ubiquitous and persistent, even to the point that it's been dubbed "shadow IT." Gartner recently noted that by 2020, a third of successful attacks experienced by enterprises will be on their shadow IT resources.

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