Vance McCarthy of Integration Developer News published an interview with Axway’s Shawn Ryan on New-Gen MFT; Axway announced the release of Axway IT Ops Vision; ZDNet discussed how Amazon Web Services’ API Gateway could simplify the API Economy; Axway’s Mark O’Neill published a blog post on the same topic and looked at the pros and cons of the solution; HealthData Management talked about security priorities for the nation’s ‘most wired’ hospitals; eWEEK reported on Ovum’s research on the expansion of information management software by 2019 at a compound annual growth rate of 11 percent; SearchSOA explored the many reasons why businesses need to justify the implementation of an application integration strategy.
- It’s been another busy week here at Axway! Vance McCarthy of Integration Developer News published an interview with our own Shawn Ryan on the balance of New-Gen MFT.
- Additionally, we announced the release of Axway IT Ops Vision, enabling customers to gain more insight into IT operations to enable the digital business.
- Larry Dignan of ZDNet discussed how Amazon Web Services’ API Gateway could simplify the API economy, connecting more apps and giving enterprise software a push towards the modern era. In a recent Axway blog post, our own Mark O’Neill examined the gateway, and noted that while Amazon is a welcome addition to the API Gateway market, its solution is lacking some features that developers have grown accustomed to.
- Higher security for the nation’s ‘most wired’ hospitals: a recent study from the 17th annual HealthCare’s Most Wired Survey concluded that top growth areas in security are privacy audit systems, data loss prevention and identity management.
- eWEEK reported on Ovum’s report estimating that the overall market for information management software could grow at a CAGR rate of 11 percent by 2019.
- When should your business develop an application integration strategy? Tom Nolle of SearchSOA explored the many reasons businesses need to justify the implementation of such a strategy.
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