- January 17, 2006
Many municipalities are seeking to standardize their IT systems to run more efficiently. In response, Oracle and SAP are entering bidding wars to get license wins.
- January 11, 2006
Oracle and Sun yesterday renewed their vows of collaboration and detailed their plan to give Microsoft .NET a Java-based run for its money.
- January 11, 2006
The jokes were flying yesterday when the outspoken CEOs of Oracle and Sun Microsystems got together to detail their companies' newly enhanced partnership.
- January 10, 2006
A new and potentially more dangerous version of the "Oracle Voyager" worm has surfaced on a popular security mailing list.
- January 05, 2006
The IT manager for a prominent legal auditing firm explains what he learned during a yearlong Oracle BI implementation process.
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- January 04, 2006
The threat of losing major clients over lack of analysis and reporting capabilities prompted one legal auditing firm to get moving on a long-delayed Oracle Business Intelligence initiative.
- December 22, 2005
It was a year of mostly ups for Oracle, as the company blazed a trail of acquisitions throughout the IT industry. And experts predict more of the same for 2006.
- December 20, 2005
Following a year of both outright successes and discouraging setbacks, open source advocates are anticipating big gains in 2006.
- December 15, 2005
A new tool from Wily Technology Inc. aims to bridge the technological divide between applications managers and DBAs.
- December 14, 2005
Oracle Corp. continued to blaze a trail of acquisitions through the IT industry in 2005 -- producing no shortage of news and analysis along the way.
- November 29, 2005
A UN agency's decision to switch to PeopleSoft applications was based on its Web capabilities and human resources functionality, according to the business software project director at the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
- November 16, 2005
Oracle execs today announced the purchase of two identity management firms, which they say will help the company build a 'hot pluggable' software suite that works well with rival applications.
- November 15, 2005
Sun executives felt vindicated today after Oracle announced that the open source Solaris 10 operating system would be its preferred 64-bit development and deployment platform.
- November 08, 2005
Forrester analysts give high marks to Oracle's newly updated enterprise content management suite.
- November 01, 2005
Oracle has completed its round of 10g Release 2 updates with the new release Oracle Enterprise Manager.