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eFiles: September 3, 2001

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Corporations may be cutting back on travel budgets, but that hasn't stopped American Express Co. from investing in technology for travel customers.

Imitation, Innovation in Database Industry

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Given its critical nature to large organizations, the database market is appropriately slow to change.

Oracles New Edge

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Oracle9i hones Swiss Army Knife database strategy.

Database Options Expand

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Embarcadero unveils Sybase edition of SQL Debugger; Great Plains bundle to support Postgre SQL.

Oracle Takes Low-Rent Tack for Database

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When I last wrote about Oracle, I was a bit confused about why the company's code name for Oracle9i was the "last database."

Oracle Widens Web Reach

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9i JDeveloper goes to beta, extends company's wares in Java development technology, services

Stepping Out in a Web Venue

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After nearly two years, some decent efforts are finally emerging in the Web database space.

Data Underdogs

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Today's open source databases are outmuscled by traditional heavyweights

Ellisons War Perplexes Some

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Oracle's all-encompassing software suite aimed at ending customization

Duo Moves to Mobilize Applications

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According to Oracle Corp. and Sybase Inc., a corporate application is only as good as a mobile employee's ability to access it.

Smaller Innovators Fill Database Niches

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Clustra, TimesTen tackling high-availability, high-speed requirements

Watching Over DB2

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Precise Software Solutions Ltd. last week announced a performance management solution for IBM's DB2 UDB.

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