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Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
December 2011

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

News Flashes

In line with its tradition of tracking Microsoft technological initiatives, BlueFinity has announced it is improving its business objects component (Solution Objects) to provide better support for data middle-tiers, such as ASP.NET MVC and web services feeding data to mobile devices. This additional support will include performance optimizations and dictionary-free access to MultiValue database content. "These enhancements will provide MultiValue developers with an even greater opportunity to create solutions for an ever increasing range of platforms and devices" says David Coooper, lead developer at BlueFinity. "Allowing MultiValue databases to continue being the foundation of an incredible range of line-of-business applications around the globe."

Kore Technologies, a provider of enterprise integration and e-commerce solutions with extensive expertise in MultiValue technology, has introduced new enhancements to KommerceServer e-commerce Suite. Built with Microsoft .NET technology and Microsoft SQL Server, KommerceServer provides web storefront and portal solutions that help enterprises to extend their reach over the internet.

Entrinsik Inc., developer of web-based reporting and analysis solutions, has announced the availability of new SQL functionality for its Informer software. The new Informer Native SQL reporting enables greater scalability and flexibility to organizations using Informer against SQL databases.

Revelation Software has released the latest version of OpenInsight Development Suite (OI), which provides a range of new components, including data encryption at rest, OpenInsight for Web (O4W) v1.2, a new banded report writer, extended math functions, as well as the OI for D3/mvBase connector.

Think About It

Stacks of statistics from many sources share a common theme - growth rates for digital information are extremely high and undeniable. A tsunami of e-information is fueling the engine of today's corporate enterprise, and many businesses are aiming to ride the information wave to prosperity. However, many companies are not sufficiently attentive to all the potential liabilities lurking in the depths of this digital information, including the risks involved in using real, live personal customer and employee data for application development and testing purposes. There's real potential for serious data security, legal and noncompliance risks when businesses fail to protect this data.

Happy Holidays - See You in 2012!