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Exchange Road Map Stirs Controversy

Microsoft Corp. next week will discuss a road map for its messaging platform that's making some developers uneasy.

Oracle Says It Lost Seven Employees in Attacks

Oracle believes it lost seven employees in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, but has declined to announce their names until families have a chance to confirm their fate.

Geekspeak: September 24, 2001

Database Drivers Bypass Oracle Libraries for Speed

Feeling Puzzled?

Signing a merger agreement is the easy part. The real challenge is piecing together the disparate IT systems.

Ellisons Nemesis

Perna's estimation, the multibillion dollar database sweepstakes has two entries and the smart money is on IBM.

Oracle Hits A Sour Note

Oracle Corp. posted a profit for its most recent quarter but with the economic outlook even more uncertain after last week's terrorist attacks in the United States, officials of the huge database and enterprise software developer are not painting a partic

eFiles: September 3, 2001

Corporations may be cutting back on travel budgets, but that hasn't stopped American Express Co. from investing in technology for travel customers.

Fast Facts Section B: September 3, 2001

Oracle and research firm Gartner are trading barbs across the Net after the software giant took exception to a critical report on the Oracle 11i enterprise application platform

Oracle Takes Low-Rent Tack for Database

When I last wrote about Oracle, I was a bit confused about why the company's code name for Oracle9i was the "last database."

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