SPECTRUM SPOTLIGHT: MITS EMBARKS ON AN ERA OF GROWTH WITH NEW TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENTS, AN EAGER MARKET AND ASSERTIVE RESELLER CHANNEL
Thriving companies take business analysis seriously, driving the growing need for business intelligence (BI) and online analytical processing (OLAP) tools. MITS answers that need for the MultiValue community with a low-cost, high-performance BI/OLAP solution.
THE GOTO DEBATE AND STATEMENT LABELS
The question of when, where and if GOTO statements should be used sparks a hot debate in the MultiValue community. BY MARK JOHNSON
CORPORATE REPORT: RAINING DATA CORPORATION
Spectrum magazine talks with Raining Data about how it's weathered the last year, a major new market initiative - TigerLogic XDMS - and the company's future.
WEBONOMICS 101: SNIFFING AROUND-WHERE DO HACKERS BEGIN?
Continuing with helping you examine your computer system's security, this issue's topic is the use of port scanners and sniffers and how these passive tools can help you analyze your network. BY MELVIN SORIANO
If your handheld computer gets lost or stolen, what's going to happen to the valuable information it carries? Find out about security options available for PDAs. BY NATHAN RECTOR
ONGROUP: NEW COMPANY EASES THE MIGRATION PATH TO ORACLE
A merger between former competitors Blacksmith/ONCorp and Cuebic Inc. results in a new player in the MultiValue market.
LEGACY CORNER: ENGLISH (RECALL/ACCESS/UNIQUERY) REPORTS IN DATA/BASIC
While much effort is spent to have the MV query language (MQL as English, UniQuery, Access, etc.) be responsible for the majority of columnar reports - and data files are designed for this goal - many reports need to be done within Data/Basic. BY MARK JOHNSON
SPECTRUM 2003: SHOWCASING THE NEW WORLD OF CHOICE
The Spectrum 2003 exhibition and conference showcases all the options the MultiValue industry has to offer from Web integration to Windows integration tools and everything in between. Plus, get great education and meet the companies that are making it happen.
HISTORY OF MULTIVALUE, CHAPTER 9: THE UNIDATA RELATIONAL DATABASE
Today, the "U2" products - UniVerse and UniData - peacefully co-exist. But that wasn't the case when UniData first hit the scene in 1989. BY GUS GIOBBI