Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
February 17, 2009
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: February 17, 2009. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
Axis Technology, LLC, an enterprise IT consultancy and data solutions provider, has announced the availability of its DMSuite data masking platform. It is crucial for companies, especially organizations within the financial services, healthcare, and life sciences industries, to protect and secure customer information and patient records. And at a point where data security and compliance are among the top concerns of businesses across all industries, DMSuite delivers an easy to use, comprehensive data protection product that is backed by a team of IT consultants with decades of experience, according to the vendor.
Embarcadero Technologies Inc., a database tools and developer software company, plans to announce tomorrow Embarcadero All-Access, a software development solution that provides application developers, architects, and database professionals with cost-effective, on-demand access to all the tools they need to design, build, and run software applications and data systems for all of their platforms and programming languages.
GridApp Systems, a leading provider of out-of-the-box database automation software and solutions, has announced the release of GridApp Clarity 5.1, the next-generation version of its database automation software. The two primary new features in Clarity 5.1 are support for databases deployed on cloud computing infrastructures, and management of database license compliance.
Trillium Software, a business of Harte-Hanks, Inc. and a leading provider of data quality software, has announced a global technology alliance with Syncsort aimed at helping customers integrate data quality functionality directly into an array of data management processes. The alliance can provide customers with high-speed data transformation and aggregation, and potentially lower costs for data warehousing, business intelligence, customer relationship management, and data integration initiatives.
Informatica Corporation, a provider of data integration software, announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Applimation, a leader in application information lifecycle management (ILM). The acquisition is expected to close within days, according to Informatica, which will acquire all the capital stock of Applimation in a cash transaction valued at approximately $40 million.
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