Florida 2012 - 2nd to 5th April, 2012
Data is any business's key assets. Without reliable data, then business will loose money and fail. This session will talk about protecting sensitive data and how best to provided audits to your ever changing data.
Every year the landscape of IT changes - new products, new platforms and new risks. Governments enact laws and regulations to bring order - new ones arriving somewhere almost daily. Let's review what is going on in the coming year with governance and compliance requirements, the threats that they address and things you can do to stay ahead of the wave.
Many of our devices scream at us in coded and cryptic error messages. Rather than being part of the problem, let's work to create clear standardized, meaningful error messages. With the advent of Twitter and its 140 character limit it is clear that much can be said in few words. This session will explore some various approaches.
Hackers & Spammers & Zombies -Oh MY!
Choosing your battles and mounting your defense against the latest cyber-threats. A critical session for any IT department, Susan provides an understanding of the new Security threats and solutions.
This session is designed for experienced MultiValue developers who are familiar with UniData programming and hashed files and want to add triggers to files to automatically perform additional processing, such as audit trails, when changes are made to the file, without modifying existing application programs.
- Trigger Events
- Trigger Subroutine
- File Open Issues and Techniques
- Trigger Debugging
- Trigger Restrictions
From problem reporting and project management through change control and deployment with rollback, PRC can increase productivity while meeting your compliance requirements. PRC works within the MultiValue environment to automate change control and deployment while enforcing security and protecting the integrity of software and data. With PRC in place a company can move ahead with in-house development without restricting their ability to take vendor upgrades.
Never lose work, step on each others' work, or make a mess that you have to fix in live under the gun again. Whether a company wants to provide tracking and robust tools for programmer convenience or must take it all the way through to compliance, PRC meets the needs of the developers (even specifically the “Pickie” type of developer who is used to moving quickly and freely) and of management (even the accounting/auditor type of management who recoils at fast and free development) easily and conveniently from within the familiar environment.