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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.

Look Whos Talking: March 26, 2001

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Hi ho, hi ho, it's out the door they go! That's an exaggeration, but plenty of companies are bragging about hiring Oracle veterans.

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

Web Site Teaches a Privacy Lesson

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eWeek's excellence awards deliver hands-on experience

Economy, Fewer Upgrades Pinching Oracle

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Earnings projections below expectations; IT says spending unchanged

MySQL Makes a Move Up-Market

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Transaction support, full-text search extend reach

Oracle Turns on Hosted Apps

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Many IT managers are indifferent to Oracle.com e-business portal, citing privacy, quality concerns

More Misadventures From Bill and Bill

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Spencer wondered if the post-presidential lecture circuit would make Bill Clinton enough cash to finally buy furniture for his New York digs.

FileMaker Add-on Totes Data

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Mobile version works with Palm devices, Windows PCs, Macs; requires FileMaker Pro 5 Version 3

Sign of the Times

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We brake for billboards

You Want Fries With That?

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Partners have more choices, as database vendors deliver expanded product menus.

Oracles Mini Me ...

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Peek inside Asera Technologies' doors, and you'll find a very, very tiny clone of Oracle.

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