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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
September 12, 2023

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: September 12, 2023. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

Cisco, the worldwide technology leader that securely connects everything to make anything possible, is launching Cisco Secure Application (known previously as Security Insights for Cloud Native Application Observability) on the Cisco Full-Stack Observability Platform. With this availability, Cisco customers can merge the efforts of application and security teams to develop and deploy modern applications securely.

Salesforce is offering the general availability of Bring Your Own Lake (BYOL) Data Sharing with the Snowflake Data Cloud from Salesforce Data Cloud. This builds on Salesforce and Snowflake's existing partnership to bring together data storage and actionable insights for their customers, according to the companies.

Sentra, the cloud data security leader, is announcing the integration of large language models (LLMs) into its data classification engine, re-envisioning data security as even more proactive, contextual, and visible. The addition of LLMs into Sentra's data classification engine enables enterprises to preventively reduce the data attack surface—no matter where it exists in the multi-cloud—through a variety of new capabilities.

Teradata is introducing ask.ai, a new generative AI capability for VantageCloud Lake designed to allow anyone with approved access to ask questions of their company's data and receive instant responses from VantageCloud Lake. By reducing the need for complex coding and querying, ask.ai can dramatically increase productivity, speed, and efficiency for technical users and expands analytic use to non-technical roles, who can now also use Teradata's powerful, cloud-native platform to sift through mountains of data and draw insights, according to the company.