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Demo 07: SailPoint adds some IQ to compliance

SailPoint Technologies is trying to bring more automation, visualization and intelligence to managing regulatory compliance with Compliance IQ. SailPoint founder and CEO Mark McClain describes Compliance IQ as "identity intelligence," or "identity cubes" in datawarehousing parlance, for managing governance, risk management and compliance.

January 31, 2007 by Dan Farber

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Demo 07: Remote mobile management via 3G

Alcatel-Lucent showed a prototype of its Mobile Endpoint Management System (which the company called the Evros Project for some reason), a 3G wireless platform for managing remote mobile computers. The 3G-based PCMCIA card includes a processor, operating system, battery, memory, GPS, a VPN client and two-factor authentication.

January 31, 2007 by Dan Farber

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Demo 07: A 6th Sense for developers

6th Sense Analytics demoed an on-demand tool for gathering performance metrics in software development projects. 6th Sense measures active time (time spent coding, testing, debugging) and flow time (uninterrupted periods of active time of at least 20 minutes).

January 31, 2007 by Dan Farber

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Demo 07: The empowered user

I'm at the Demo 07 Conference the next two days, where 68 companies get six minutes to show off their new or revised products. Many bloggers are in the crowd to witness the demo performances and render judgment.

January 31, 2007 by Dan Farber

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Oracle walks the soft sell on future Fusion upgrades

Oracle is pitching its customers on the concept of next generation Fusion applications, but it has a line to walk that could turn into a conundrum in the future. The line: Oracle is launching new releases of existing applications that interoperate with each other, but at some point it will want customers to move toward Fusion.

January 31, 2007 by

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