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Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
November 2011

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


News Flashes

Entrinsik will present a webinar on Wednesday, November 30, at 2 PM, "SQL Reporting QuickStart: From Installation to Real Reports in Just 60 Minutes." This free technical webinar will illustrate how easy it is to install and deliver a self-service reporting platform to end users in just one hour by using Entrinsik Informer for web-based operational business intelligence.

InterSystems Corporation, has announced that Pronger Smith Medical Care rolled out InterSystems Ensemble as its core enterprise integration platform. The strategic decision to build application interfaces with in-house staff on the Ensemble platform has already generated tens of thousands dollars in cost savings over any other development approach, according to Craig Cypress, Network System Manager at Pronger Smith.

The release of OpenInsight 9.3, the next version of Revelation Software's flagship product, is now imminent, and includes many new features eagerly awaited by Revelation customers. On track to be generally available by the end of the year, Robert Catalano, director of sales at Revelation, says that data encryption is among the major new components in OpenInsight 9.3. "Data encryption will be a key component that will be built into the database. It is data encryption at rest and that means that you can specify tables and fields that are sitting in on your disk drive and that data will be encrypted."

BlueFinity will demonstrate how to create a simple SSIS transformation to move MultiValue data into MS SQL Server using mv.SSIS in a free webinar on November 30.


Think About It

Increasing concerns over security breaches from external and internal threats, regulatory compliance requirements from HIPAA, the HITECH Act, PCI DSS, and other mandates, plus the migration from physical servers to virtual machines and the cloud are prompting companies to adopt encryption as never before. Encryption protects data by transforming data into unintelligible strings of characters (called cipher text) and today is widely considered to be a security best practice.

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