Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
January 25, 2017
A comprehensive monthly publication filled with news and insight serving the MultiValue database community.
No matter what kind of business you're in, or how large your organization is, protecting your valuable data is a top priority. Failure to do so could put your reputation - and even the future of your operations - at risk.
As Entrinsik gears up for the next release of the latest update to its Informer platform, the company will be attending the TUG Conference to show off the beta version. The new version enables companies to make fact-based decisions about revenue, margin, and other key metrics by analyzing and visualizing real-time data within core business systems.
MultiValue databases continue to underpin critical applications in many organizations, but frequently there is also the need to integrate MV data with another database management system, and often that means SQL Server. Recently, DBTA columnist and SQL Server expert Kevin Kline wrote about the major feature reconfiguration for SQL Server 2016 Service Pack 1, with Microsoft opening up many of SQL Server's Enterprise Edition-only features as part of the Standard Edition, Web, and Express Editions.
Think About It
The past year was a blockbuster one for those working in the data space. Businesses have wrapped their fates around data analytics in an even tighter embrace as competition intensifies and the drive for greater innovation becomes a top priority. The year ahead promises to get even more interesting, especially for data managers and professionals. Leading experts in the field have witnessed a number of data trends emerge in 2016, and now see new developments coming into view for 2017.