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Oracle Database Lead Slipping

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IDC market numbers show IBM and Microsoft making significant gains.

SQL Worm Still Making Noise

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The worm that has been attacking Microsoft's SQL Server database product continues to infect systems, although the rate doesn't seem to be increasing.

Database Certifications

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The database world may be dominated by Oracle, but it's an arena with room for other players too. Your database of choice is likely to be associated with a certification. Here are some database certification options.

Oracle Officials May Testify at Hearings

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California considers issuing subpoenas to force Oracle executives to testify at hearings regarding Oracle's $95 million software contract with the state.

Precise Takes User-Centric Approach to Ease Large-Scale DB2 Management

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Precise Software Solutions Inc., a provider of in-depth applications performance management software, last week introduced the latest release of its IBM DB2 Universal Database management tool targeted at large-scale DB2 Enterprise Extended Edition install

Quest DB2 Management Tool Supports Mainframes

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Quest Software expands its database management tool for IBM's DB2 Universal Database to mainframe platforms.

Oracle Takes Hits From All Sides

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Database lead lost to IBM, report says; Calif. talks start on rescinding pact.

Precise Unveils Performance Mgmt. Tool for Large DB2 Sites

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In-depth applications performance management provider Precise Software Solutions on Monday will introduce a new release of its IBM DB2 Universal Database management tool targeted at large-scale DB2 Enterprise Extended Edition installations.

New Oracle9i Release Coming Next Week

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Oracle Corp. is heading into the final stretch for Release 2 of its flagship Oracle9i database with versions of it becoming available next week.

JDBC Driver Connects Java Apps, SQL Server

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Microsoft Corp. this week released a new driver for its SQL Server 2000 data management system that allows developers to connect Java applications to the database.

Web Vandals Hit Government Sites

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The crew has posted a lengthy portion of a database apparently taken from a U.S. Geological Survey computer, which includes employees' full names and passport numbers, as well as a bank database that shows names, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, account n

DB2 to Widen Reach Again

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IBM's Universal Database 8.0 aims to improve ease of use, adds self-management capabilities.

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