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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
August 11, 2020

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: August 11, 2020. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

The proliferation of data sources, types, and stores is increasing the challenge of combining data into meaningful, valuable information. The need for faster and smarter data integration capabilities is growing.  The need for faster and smarter data integration capabilities is growing.  At the same time, to deliver actual value, people need information they can trust—now more than ever during this COVID-19 pandemic—balancing data governance is absolutely essential.

Magnitude Software, provider of enterprise application data management and analytics solutions, has introduced Noetix 7, a major update to the company's operational reporting and process analytics platform for Oracle business applications. The latest version of Noetix adds integrations for Oracle Cloud Applications, provides support for cloud data warehouses, and unifies the Noetix suite around an intuitive new user interface, giving customers operational reporting and rapid insights across a broad range of on-premise and cloud Oracle applications from a single portal.

GT Software has formed a strategic partnership with Sydney, Australia-based Strategic Consulting Partnerships (SCP). The partnership will allow SCP to provide banks, financial institutions, and federal government departments in Australia and New Zealand with a no-code way to connect their IBM Z mainframes to third-party apps and services, including enterprise or cloud, through GT Software's Ivory Suite.

Nutanix, a provider of enterprise cloud computing, is releasing Nutanix Clusters on AWS, extending the flexibility and ease of use of the company's hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) software. With this announcement, Nutanix delivers hybrid cloud infrastructure—one that allows businesses to accelerate their digital initiatives and optimize spending, priorities further amplified in the age of COVID.

Scale Computing, a provider of edge computing, virtualization, and hyperconverged solutions, is releasing Acronis SCS backup and disaster recovery solutions. The integration of Scale Computing HC3 infrastructure with Acronis SCS backup software solutions is more critical in today's world than ever before. As more and more organizations have adopted remote work policies in response to COVID-19, related cyberattacks have jumped 30%, and the number of ransomware attacks on public sector entities is back on the rise.