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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

Data Underdogs

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Today's open source databases are outmuscled by traditional heavyweights

Watching Over DB2

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

Quarrel Dogs Open Database Effort

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The effort to push an open source database system into competition with commercial products is anything but friendly, with two companies locked in a fierce battle.

If Oracles Last Database Is So Good ...

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Oracle chief Larry Ellison said the code name for Oracle9i is the "last database," which I concluded to mean that Ellison thought the database market was dead.

Oracle Takes Services Tack

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Company advances software-as-a-service message with suites for small businesses, e-businesses

Oracle8i Database Found to Have Holes

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Two vulnerabilities have been discovered that could wreak havoc on the most widely used database software on the Internet, Oracle8i, according to security experts.

Yukon Learns a New Lingo

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At last month's tech-ed conference, Microsoft gave the first public demonstration of the next release of its SQL Server database, code-named Yukon.

Database Race Is on to Scale Up

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In the database world, as in many other areas of IT, companies are searching for ways to do more with less.

DB2 7.2 Smoothes Data Integration Bumps

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Along with some fine-tuning around the edges, IBM's DB2 Universal Database 7.2 unfurls several areas of new or enhanced connectivity that make it easier to connect DB2 to other enterprise data sources.

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