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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.

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.

Oracle Takes Services Tack

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

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.

Database Size Isnt Everything

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Oracle holds lead, but IBM and Microsoft battle for bigger slice of estimated $8.8 billion market.

New Pricing With Oracle9i

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Joins clustering features to further outdistance database rivals, Ellison says

9i Comes With Competition

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Despite improved clustering and new features, Oracle faces increased pressure from competitors

Oracle Raises E-Procurement Stakes

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With e-procurement competitors Ariba Inc. and Commerce One Inc. stumbling over earnings reports, Oracle Corp. is pressing its advantage.

Working on a Sequel

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Chairman John Chen last Tuesday opened what he called "chapter two" in the life of Sybase, one of the original pioneers of database systems that keep track of relationships between the statistics and content they store.

Look Whos Talking: May 28, 2001

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The latest chatter on the partner front

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.

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