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Birst offered new support for Apache Hadoop under its eponymous analytics database. It starts with automation of some processes such as ETL, and then creates multidimensional models from Hadoop subsets for more enterprise data browsing, queries and visualizations, according to a briefing on the release. Data can be accessed in real time in Hadoop or through integration with data sources like SAP and Salesforce.com, and the Birst platform also allows these Hadoop data sets to be funneled into dashboards, reports, ad hoc queries and mobile devices. (For a story on the release, click here.)

CommVault updated its range of Singular Information Management releases. New and additional features include: Simpana OnePass, with reduced time to backup, archive and report; Simpana SnapProtect, with broad hardware snapshot integration; and Simpana Edge Protection, with flexibility for search, access and self-service recovery through Windows, iOS or Android devices.

EMC released its latest Isilon Network Attached Storage offering, including new native support for open source analytics platform Apache Hadoop. The new support and integration with Hadoop’s Distributed File System protocol aims to eliminate single-point-of-failure issues and unify integration complexities from operation of multiple vendor components and hardware.

Experian unveiled FirstSweep, a collections filtering product. The standalone tool includes capabilities for collectors to streamline workflow, address regulatory risk and increase efficiencies.

Fidelis Security Systems put out its new SaaS security solution, Fidelis Cloud Security Solution. Deployed at the enterprise network edge, the solution enables visibility into services such as email, collaboration tools, CRM and storage. In addition, it provides authorizations that transferred information can only be viewed by authorized users and service providers.

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