Business Objects delivers automated data standardization solution
Business Objects rounded out its portfolio of advanced enterprise information management (EIM) solutions by unveiling Universal Data Cleanse (UDC), an option from BusinessObjects Data Quality XI Release 2. With UDC, customers have access to an automated data standardization solution that helps identify abnormalities.
The UDC option in BusinessObjects Data Quality XI Release 2 integrates with the entire data quality product suite. The collaboration between the UDC option and Business Objects Data Insight enhances process efficiencies between the business analyst and IT user. Using these products in tandem allows business analysts to conduct ongoing contextual analysis of input/output and directly add, modify, or delete product classifications. Those changes can then be directly loaded into UDC for the IT user to incorporate into the data cleansing cycle.
BusinessObjects Data Quality XI Release 2 and the Universal Data Cleanse option are now available. Data Insight will be generally available on August 1st, 2007.
For additional information on Business Objects EIM solutions, please visit http://www.businessobjects.com/products/dataquality/default.asp.
Innovative Solutions release Advanced Task Manager 4.0
Innovative Solutions announces the release of Advanced Task Manager 4.0, a task manager and security application for Windows Vista and Windows XP. Advanced Task Manager focuses on keeping your computer secure and helping you find and disable spyware. It shows you which programs are running on your computer, including the hidden processes, with details about each one of them.
Advanced Task Manager prevents the loss of data and valuable computer work by detecting rogue programs long before they act. Advanced Task Manager detects the endangering potential and calculates a security rating for each running process. This security rating indicates the likelihood of a program of being a virus, spyware or trojan. In addition to this you can view important security details such as whether a program spies on what you type, transmits data using the Internet, is hidden, is encrypted on disk, has invisible windows, is an Internet server, etc.
When you discover a rogue program you can easily stop, quarantine or uninstall it. You can also manage your Windows startup programs with the included Startup Manager, and get detailed information about Internet connections, DLL files, processor and memory use.
Advanced Task Manager runs under Windows Vista or Windows XP and costs US $29. A 20-day fully functional evaluation version of Advanced Task Manager is available as a free download at http://www.innovative-sol.com/taskmanager