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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.

Sybase Plays Catch-Up

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Developer bids to broaden ase appeal with clustering and added XML support.

Oracle to Unveil Open-Source Cluster

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At Linuxworld, the software company will bolster its support of Linux for its Oracle 9i database.

Chen Looks For Apps Partners

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The Sybase CEO lays out his plans to form partnerships, improve his database and target verticals.

PeopleSoft Backs Sybase

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Enterprise application developer pledges to port its software to Sybase's enterprise database.

DB2 8.1 Beta Polishes Database

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New release adds admin utilities, better uptime and Web services.

IBM Backs AMDs Opteron Processor

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Company planning to port an upcoming version of its DB2 database to the 64-bit chip.

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