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MPC Rolls Out New Four-Way Server

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MPC Computers is rolling out a server that offers enterprise features such as redundant power supplies and fans and software that can manage all resources within an IT environment.

Donations Overwhelm Red Cross Staff, Site

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Upgrading online donation capacity in the wake of a disaster is par for the course for the Red Cross, but the overwhelming amount of donations after Hurricane Katrina nearly crippled their infrastructure.

New Oracle App Server Targets SOAs

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Oracle Application Server 10g Release 3 features support for service-oriented architectures and a variety of middleware components, as well as enhanced security and key Java and Web services standards.

Siebel Denies Early Demise of CRM OnDemand

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Siebel Systems and analysts discount predictions that Oracle will rapidly phase out its OnDemand CRM product just because it runs on DB2, WebSphere and was developed in partnership with IBM.

Salesforce.com Dreams On About eBay-Scale Success

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Opinion: Salesforce.com has big dreams and ambitions when it comes to building an application exchange service that it says has the potential to rival eBay in its diversity and richness.

Oracle Puts Database 10g R2 on Windows

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Updated: Oracle announces it is shipping Oracle Database 10g Release 2 on the Windows platform.

Latest Sybase ASE Grows Up

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Sybase's Adaptive Server Enterprise 15 helps customers ramp up security and privacy while also managing data volume growth and other database issues.

AHA Finds Fix for Data Accessibility

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Case Study: The American Hospital Association was forced to look long and hard at its content management system to get to the root of its data integration ills.

HP Expands Virtualization Offerings

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Hewlett-Packard is rolling out a host of new software and services designed to simplify the management of virtualized environments and further the integration between its legacy platforms and Integrity line of servers.

NetApp Buoys Oracle Users

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Network Appliance is aiming to help customers gain greater control of their Oracle database environments by marrying its disk-based backup and recovery technology with Oracle's storage management capabilities.

Developers Redefine Abstraction Demands

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Opinion: Microsoft's developer conference must demonstrate compelling connectivity advantages.

Digipede to Release SDK for Windows Grids

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Company says its framework works with Visual Studio .Net, enabling developers to focus on the core concepts of their applications rather than spending time trying to grid-enable them.

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