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Adventures in Partnering

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Vendors first started to hone in on these three emerging database markets with partnership programs a couple of years ago.

Consider This

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How well does the open source code you're considering match up with your existing environment?

DBAs Reaction Mixed on Oracle9i Clustering

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Oracle Corp. is touting real Application Clusters as one of the key enhancements in the company's 9i database software, which is being readied for release in the next few months.

International Finance

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Cigna picks ASP to implement global system

Whats in Store for Informix Under IBM

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In a way, it's sad that IBM purchased Informix. the troubled but innovative underdog of a company had quite a following. On the other hand, if anyone had to do it, IBM's not a bad suitor.

Database Race Gets Hotter

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Sybase looks to NEON to fuel growth; IBM drives away with Informix.

IBM Sets Its Sights on Oracle

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The battle for supreme command of database platforms has begun.

High-Tech Titans Battle Over Burgers

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Spencer was worried as his deadline approached. it was starting to look like the highlight of his week had been watching "Joey Heatherton: The E! True Hollywood Story."

Sugar Daddy

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NetLedger relies on Ellison's deep pockets.

Dot-Com Deaths Pave the Way for Sybase

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One positive thing to emerge from the dot-com disasters is that there is much less traffic congestion along the San Francisco peninsula.

AskSam Gets Boost to Web

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AskSam Web Publisher 4.0 is a useful companion to the AskSam 4.0 database, letting you make the database searchable in any browser.

Caching Now Points Away From HTML

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Caching has risen from the dead over the past year. We at eWeek Labs now see it being used in very nontraditional ways

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