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The U.S. Department of Labor warns that the lawsuit could cost Oracle multiple millions of dollars in federal IT contracts if it is found in litigation to be non-compliant to federal rules.
The latest version of Microsoft's SQL Server takes home Solid IT's database management system of the year award. Oracle maintained its overall lead in the rankings.
In 2016, a big trend was do-it-yourself IT, and it was truly a breakthrough year for self-service data preparation and analytics. Adoption of self-service analytics solutions skyrocketed, because business users demand the ability to analyze data without having to rely on IT. Self-service data...
NEWS ANALYSIS: With the coming of the IoT, enterprise IT managers are looking for fast, effective search mechanisms to keep track of all the new devices coming online.
The new SQL Server preview for Linux includes a bump in T-SQL module performance and expanded Linux OS support.
Safra Catz will remain on the job at Oracle while performing unspecified tasks for the Trump transition team.
Realm Scanner is a new open source mobile demo application built together with the IBM Cloud and Mobile team that uses Watson image recognition.
Google's Embedding Projector web applications will give developers a way to visualize how well their machine learning systems are interpreting data.
IBM is working to get enterprises to adopt blockchain database technology that the company says will bring innovative, new ways to manage data. Blockchain is, at its simplest, a digital ledger. More specifically, blockchain is a distributed database with a series of records called blocks. As...
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