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Wanted: A Database That Does Whats Needed

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eLABorations: Current crop lacks vital organizational skills; Kapor's 'spreadsheet of the mind,' other offerings bear watching.

Database Market to Top $10 Billion by 2003

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Aberdeen Group says database market to top $10B by 2003; database vendors eXcelon, Objectivity tout new deals.

Oracle Revs Supply Chain Suite

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Upgrade in Oracle 11i software suite has new features for managing warehouse operations and transportation.

Novell to Include MySQL in NetWare 6

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A commercial version of the open-source database optimized for the NetWare 6 network operating system will ship by the end of the year.

Microsoft Mends Three More Flaws

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Flaws affect SQL Server, Windows XP Help and Support Center, Word and Excel.

Embarcadero Unifies DBA Management Tasks

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Embarcadero Technologies aims to make it easier to manage computing environments that run databases from several vendors.

MySQL Supports Transactions

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MySQL announces new full support for transactions in its open-source database.

DB2 Enhanced for the Enterprise

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Version 8.1 to focus on availability, scalability and ease of management.

New Wave of IDS Tools Take Aim at Prevention

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Security vendors are responding to customer demands for technologies that can prevent attacks, instead of simply warn of their presence.

Wireless, Web Administrator Certs to Debut

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Oracle Corp. and CompTIA have separately announced plans to roll out new IT certification designations.

SQL Server Boss Gives a Sneak Peek

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Interview: Microsoft's Mangione talks about security, scalability and other features in the next version of his database.

Microsoft to Roll Out 64-Bit SQL Server Early

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The 64-bit version of SQL Server promises to up the ante in its ability to scale for larger enterprises.

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