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Oracle11i Still Bugging Users

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'Family Pack' patches add to problem.

Microsoft Tunes Windows

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Microsoft eyes SQL-based engine for next version of Windows, code-named 'Longhorn.'

Oracle9i Security Flaws Revealed

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As promised, a security researcher on Wednesday revealed several security vulnerabilities in Oracle Corp.'s 9i database software, some of which enable an attacker to run arbitrary code on the affected machine or access the database server without a passwo

Oracle Moves to Flat Fee for E-Biz Suite

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Oracle Corp. is trying to lure enterprises into licensing its entire Oracle 11i E-Business Suite of applications with a new pricing structure.

Oracles Secure, but Rest of World Isnt

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"Unbreakable" is the tag line for the newest version of the Oracle9i database.

Oracle Clarifies Price Cuts

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Oracle is trying to lure enterprises to license its entire Oracle 11i E-Business Suite of applications with a new flat-fee pricing structure that re-enforces its message that it is cheaper to buy the whole enchilada.

SQL Server Group Weighs the Issues

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While their vendor deals with lawsuits and security holes, one of two major user groups for Microsoft Corp. SQL Server products is busy planning for this year and beyond.

A Healthier Way to Archive Databases

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Archiving high-end databases while minimizing downtime becomes more complex and uses expensive storage each time it's done. OuterBay Technologies Inc. may have the solution.

Oracle Lowers Applications Price

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Ellison's price reduction for Oracle's 11i E-Business Suite leaves some scratching their heads at what the applications actually cost.

SQL Server User Group Keeping Busy

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Unconcerned with their vendor's corporate problems like delayed launches, lawsuits and security holes, the two major user groups for Microsoft Corp. SQL Server products are busy planning for 2002 and beyond.

Geekspeak: January 7, 2002

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Oracle banking on cache with 9i application server.

SQL Anywhere Studio Gets Faster

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Organizations looking for a branch-office database and software developers who want to store data in custom applications will find iAnywhere Solutions Inc.'s SQL Anywhere Studio 8.0 database an excellent choice.

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