The future of database is in the cloud

Unsurprisingly, a Gartner report is predicting that three quarters of all databases will reside in the cloud by 2022. Only five percent of migration will remain on premises. Continue reading “The future of database is in the cloud”

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Master database management system gives telcos the edge

hybrisIn a highly competitive and dynamic market, telcos are increasingly looking at multiple channels to sell their services and products. Many players have turned to personalisation and business analytics in order to retain and win customers.

However, James Chu, Regional Sales Manager for Southeaast Asia and Telco of hybris, believes that taking an additional step will give them the edge.

“We offer our customers one more step – master database management (MDM) system. MDM curates inventory so that customers can find what they want easily and on any device,” he explained.

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Mugshot: Informix

Informix mugFounded as Relational Database Systems Inc in 1980, Informix Sofware was a leading developer of relational database management software across a variety of platforms, including Apple Macintosh, Microsoft Windows and Unix.

After selling its core database business to IBM in 2001, Informix was renamed Ascential Software. However, this too was subsequently sold to IBM in 2005. While the company is no longer in existence, the Informix brand lives on as IBM Informix.

This mug is a memory of Informix during its heydays in the 1990s.