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Data Management, Uncategorized | October 25, 2021
HCL OneDB 2.0.1.0 has achieved CFIUS Compliance
HCL Software launches its newest release of HCL OneDB 2.0.1.0. The cloud native database that shows extreme transaction processing speed, reliability, and flexibility has now achieved CFIUS Compliance. 
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Data Management, Digital Solutions | October 19, 2021
How to Choose the Right Database for Commerce
“What is the best database for large eCommerce websites, and why?” was a question I saw on Quora. This question is important because managing data within your eCommerce website plays a pivotal role in delivering positive user experiences and providing smooth transactions. It doesn’t matter how well your eCommerce website interface is designed and how nice the products/services look. It will be worthless unless the eCommerce website has the performance to quickly retrieve, process, and deliver information. 
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Cloud Native, Data Management | October 7, 2021
Get Started for Free with a 30-day Trial of HCL OneDB!
Are you ready to accelerate your data-centric initiatives and application development? Then check out our powerful, secure, proven database to power your cloud native application development projects. 
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Cloud Native, Data Management, HCL Software | September 2, 2021
Webinar Recap: HCL OneDB 2.0: The Cloud Native database to power your enterprise applications 
In our recent webinar, we set out to help people to address today's data management and application development challenges.  
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OneDB for Commerce – The best option for Cloud Native Commerce?
HCL Commerce has supported traditional relational databases such as DB2 and Oracle for many years.  In 2021 we added support for another option, OneDB. This blog talks about why customers are asking us to do this, what features it offers and how you can use OneDB as a cloud native database with HCL Commerce.
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Top Three Requirements for eCommerce Success 
eCommerce sales for 2021 will be more than $147 billion greater than forecast before the pandemic. If you are not already invested in a robust e-commerce solution, you will need to get started to survive in the pandemic economy. Many companies initially jumped into ecommerce with a low-cost platform but found that it can't handle the number of transactions. If companies cannot keep up with the growing number of transactions, they will miss out on sales and customers, limiting their business's growth.  
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