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Microsoft Uncovers SQL Server Vulnerabilities

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Topping off what can only be described as a disastrous week for the security of its products, Microsoft has discovered two vulnerabilities in the two most recent versions of SQL Server.

Lazy Database Gets Energized

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Lazy Software is launching Version 2.0 of its flagship Sentences database, which uses an 'associative data' approach.

Oracle 9iAS Struggles to Keep Up With Hype

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If Real Application Clusters isn't the breakthrough database technology that Larry Ellison said it is, he's going to take up sailing full time.

Oracle Meets Earnings Expectations

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Enterprise software maker Oracle announced late Thursday a net second quarter income of $549 million, with earnings per share of 10 cents.

Microsoft Sets Interim Server Upgrade

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Microsoft Corp. plans a mid-2003 release of the next version of SQL Server, its high-end database, that will focus on making the product work with the company's .Net initiative.

Oracles New Game Plan for 9i Database

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Trying to stir up interest in Oracle9i, Oracle Corp. is promoting the database as a platform for such things as e-mail, voice mail and file serving.

Oracle To Push Clustering Further

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Administrators of Oracle Corp. software could find their lives getting a bit easier in the next six months, as the software giant readies additional clustering and platform support.

Tools Put Oracle Platforms to the Test

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BMC, Mercury and others will launch testing, development and management products for the Oracle 9i database this week.

Microsoft Eyes 2003 Yukon Release

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The next version of SQL Server, Microsoft Corp.'s high-end database, will likely debut in mid-2003, with a minor upgrade to the existing SQL Server 2000 coming in February 2002.

Oracle to Expand App Server

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9i Application Server adds services for development, deployment, Java; some see bar being too high.

Oracle Getting Businesses in the Flow

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Oracle Corp. is unveiling more FastForward Flows e-business applications for small and midsize companies that promise quick implementations.

BMC Readies An Upgrade for Oracle

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BMC Software Inc. will take a new product tack early next year with an updated version of the company's Patrol Recovery for Oracle software.

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