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Sybase WorkSpace 2.0 provides sophisticated integration and interoperability across the whole infrastructure within IT - from design, development, to deployment. Moreover, WorkSpace enables a holistic approach to fully leveraging the Sybase environment from a data level, a reporting level, and analytics level, including development of data to services and development from the web to data. In addition, individual development modules within WorkSpace, combined with the extensibility of Eclipse plug-ins, give IT shops the flexibility to customize to get the exact functionality they need in a development environment.

New features in WorkSpace 2.0 include:

  • Enhanced support for Sybase ASE 15, including DDL generation, ad-hoc data migration, and ad-hoc query window
  • SQL editing and debugging for Sybase ASE, SQL Anywhere and Sybase IQ
  • Heterogeneous support for notification of real-time database events
  • Sybase IQ support enhanced for Analytics and ASE Migration
  • Creation and management of Sybase Search servers.
iAnywhere Introduces New Security Functionality to Protect Against Rogue or Unsecured Mobile E-Mail Access
(Dublin, CA) - Sybase iAnywhere has announced the immediate availability of new security functionality within its Information Anywhere suite, designed to prevent unsecured mobile devices from receiving sensitive or confidential Microsoft Exchange e-mail and personal information manager (PIM) data. This technology expands on the broad Sybase iAnywhere set of mobile security offerings, empowering IT organizations with another way to protect corporate data from rogue mobile device access.
This new access control is available as part of the Security Manager component of the Information Anywhere suite, a platform that addresses converging enterprise requirements for mobile e-mail, messaging, security, device management and enterprise applications.

With the new Information Anywhere technology, IT managers can:

  • Deny Microsoft Exchange e-mail synchronization requests by handheld devices that are not properly managed and/or secured by the Security Manager component
  • Define the "security verification policy" on the Security Manager console
  • Create a "white list" of users that should always be allowed to synchronize with Exchange, even if their device fails the "security verification policy"
  • Create a "black list" of users that should never be allowed to synchronize with Exchange
Sybase Customers Can Now Benefit from ORSYP'S Advanced Job Scheduler
(Boston) - ORSYP, a provider of enterprise job scheduling solutions, has announced the availability of its flagship job scheduling solution for Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE). The announcement comes as part of the launch of an EMEA technical alliance delivering a database management tool aimed at improving visibility and performance. ORSYP's job scheduling solution is available for all versions of Sybase ASE, including the latest version, ASE 15. The ORSYP enterprise job scheduler enables Sybase customers to enhance IT and business responsiveness by creating real-time IT process automation through its event-driven architecture, simplifying database management. The reporting tools available with ORSYP's solution now seamlessly adapt to the ASE environment, helping IT departments further optimize their operations and ensure continuous IT service delivery on business expectations.

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