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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.

DB2 Heads Into Nonrelational Data

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Earlier this month, I spent a day at IBM's Toronto development center (home to most of the development team for DB2 on Windows and Unix) getting briefed on the DB2 development road map.

IBM at Work on Hippocratic Database

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Based on the Hippocratic oath, new database design takes consumer privacy into account in the way it stores and retrieves information.

SQL Server Springs Another Leak

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Security researchers in July warned Microsoft of flaw in SQL Server agent; no patch is available yet.

Sybase and the Irony of Integration

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Sybase's success will be driven almost entirely by its partnerships.

Open-Source Databases Hike Enterprise Appeal

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Developers improve support for transactions, recovery, replication.

FileMaker to Run on Pocket PCs

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Getting a FileMaker database to wherever it's needed will be easier for FileMaker users next month when FileMaker Mobile 2.1 ships.

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