- November 01, 2005
Oracle has completed its round of 10g Release 2 updates with the new release Oracle Enterprise Manager.
- October 26, 2005
New software from GridApp Systems promises to make it easier for DBAs to manage multiple database platforms.
- October 05, 2005
Despite some continuing criticism of Project Fusion, Oracle executives were out in force yesterday pledging long-term support for two new PeopleSoft supply chain management apps.
- October 04, 2005
While Oracle gets a UDDI v3 registry and lifecycle management capabilities, Systinet extends its reach among SOA infrastructure platforms.
- September 29, 2005
Database administrators at Oracle's OpenWorld conference said they're looking forward to the new features of Database 10g Release 2, but for most those upgrade plans are still a long way off.
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- September 22, 2005
PeopleSoft users can relate to the fears of Siebel users, following Oracle's acquisition announcement. Their advice is not to panic -- but make sure to push for information.
- September 22, 2005
The company pledges new and improved support for its J.D. Edwards World customers.
- September 20, 2005
Oracle kicked off its annual OpenWorld show with a slew of announcements, including plans to offer lifetime support for customers who don't want to upgrade to Project Fusion
- September 19, 2005
Upgrades in the Oracle Application Server 10g Release 3 promise to provide additional SOA support, security features and open source support while serving as a foundation for Project Fusion.
- September 15, 2005
Experts say Siebel software will likely become the CRM centerpiece of Oracle's Project Fusion, but not for a long, long time.
- August 23, 2005
Oracle is going after Microsoft SharePoint Server users with the latest release of Oracle Collaboration Suite.
- August 17, 2005
You think the Oracle patching utility installed the latest critical patches, but you may still be vulnerable -- and non-compliant with federal regulations.
- August 10, 2005
Amidst a keynote speech littered with praise for Linux, Oracle president Charles Phillips Jr. identified grid computing as the next big challenge for the open source operating system.
- August 04, 2005
The University of San Diego's financial aid department solved a major paper problem with the help of Oracle HTML Database.
- July 28, 2005
Oracle president Charles E. Phillips Jr. sharply criticized SAP, and touted his company's ability to deliver a complete infrastructure and application package.