- July 26, 2005
It's only been a month, but already Oracle is touting its OFF SAP program as a growing pipeline of success.
- July 21, 2005
While hands-on experience simply can't be beat when it comes to being a DBA, don't give up on attaining multiple certifications just yet.
- July 13, 2005
If you're disappointed with your data warehouse performance, find out whether your CEO is doing a good job integrating disparate business units.
- July 13, 2005
Microsoft is introducing sweeping changes to its certification program to make credentials more challenging -- and to reward IT professionals who have extensive on-the-job training.
- July 07, 2005
Mastering Oracle Database 10g Release 2 means forgetting many of the manual tasks that DBAs often take for granted, according to Oracle honcho Mark Townsend.
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Sponsored by Intel - Intel® Optane™ technology is the first memory and storage breakthrough in 25 years. Based on Intel® 3D XPoint™ memory media, it offers a new generation of solid-state devices (SSDs) and memory modules built from the ground up. See More
Sponsored by Intel - Remember what it felt like when you got your first solid state drive (SSD)? Back in 2008, laptops with a hard disk drive (HDD) felt unresponsive – they lagged and nearly ground to a halt when the virus scanner started accessing the HDD. Then Intel launched the X-25M SSD and laptops felt much more responsive. Gone was the lag. Nobody noticed when the virus scanner ran. See More
Sponsored by Intel - Businesses are excited about artificial intelligence (AI) and the benefits it offers, but like so many new technologies, that potential can be wasted if you don’t know where to begin the journey to production-ready AI. See More
- July 06, 2005
Oracle continued to march along a path toward retail software domination today with the pickup of ProfitLogic, a maker of retail forecasting software.
- July 05, 2005
Oracle's hiring of a former Microsoft exec could signal that the company is planning for more acquisitions, according to one industry watcher.
- June 29, 2005
Are there more acquisitions in Oracle's future? Analyst Noel Yuhanna sounds off on Oracle's hire of a former Microsoft honcho.
- June 22, 2005
Upgrades and patches for Oracle Database 10g Release 2 will increase in complexity as the technology becomes more powerful. But one industry watcher says increased automation should help to shoulder some of that burden.
- June 16, 2005
New additions to J.D. Edwards World products promise to enhance customer service, as well as streamline the transition to Project Fusion when the time comes.
- June 15, 2005
Luggage maker Samsonite Corp. is migrating off its J.D. Edwards software, choosing to implement the mySAP Business Suite across all its systems.
- June 14, 2005
@11439 Set to debut at the end of this month, Oracle Database 10g Release 2 promises expanded XML capabilities and new security features, including support for "transparent" column level encryption and decryption. To learn more about these features,...
- June 09, 2005
Oracle's latest acquisition is aimed at adding real-time capabilities to its database portfolio.
- June 08, 2005
Oracle yesterday unveiled a new version of its Identity Management suite.
- May 25, 2005
The increasing automation of the DBMS and the evolving role of the DBA has been a hot topic among you database professionals. Here's a small sample of your feedback to the editor.