• December 15, 2004 15 Dec'04

    Oracle merger to result in few app improvements

    Oracle's E-Business Suite won't receive much of a face-lift using PeopleSoft technology, according to Oracle executives and analysts monitoring the merger. It's the customer base Oracle wants most.

  • December 15, 2004 15 Dec'04

    3-D technology, standards showcased at Forrester event

    Custom-made clothing for less than the cost of a trip to the mall? New industry standards for CAD? They're coming soon, according to industry executives at Forrester Research's Emerging Technology Showcase.

  • December 14, 2004 14 Dec'04

    PeopleSoft, JDE customers leery of Oracle support

    As Oracle seals a $10.3 billion deal with PeopleSoft, customers are clamoring over future support of their business software.

  • December 13, 2004 13 Dec'04

    Data integration takes center stage at Forrester event

    Speakers and attendees of Forrester Research's Emerging Technology Showcase say the key to customer and product data integration lies in optimizing business processes.

  • December 13, 2004 13 Dec'04

    Oracle helps airport track baggage

    Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport is testing a baggage tracking system that uses a tiny chip to track luggage.

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  • December 09, 2004 09 Dec'04

    Ellison pledges support for PeopleSoft customers

    PeopleSoft customers can expect one last upgrade to their existing software and a new version, if Oracle Corp. is successful in taking over the company, said Oracle CEO Larry Ellison.

  • December 08, 2004 08 Dec'04

    Oracle, Dell to boost grid standards

    Oracle and Dell are teaming up with EMC and Intel to develop best practices around grid computing. The vendors, who are among the 25 companies in Oracle's Enterprise Grid Alliance, are seeing industry wide standards for grid computing.

  • December 07, 2004 07 Dec'04

    Oracle expands data hub

    Kicking off its four-day user event in San Francisco, Oracle president Charles E. Phillips Jr. told thousands of users that the company plans to roll out an expansion of its data hub over the next year.

  • December 02, 2004 02 Dec'04

    Oracle/Novell deal signals more Linux-based DB alternatives

    News that Oracle's database and collaboration applications will be available on Novell SuSE Linux 9 is good news for both companies, giving users more viable Linux database alternatives.

  • December 02, 2004 02 Dec'04

    New Year's resolution: Select alternative hardware and software

    Monoculture continues to pose its share of security threats. Periodically take the opportunity to evaluate applications and hardware.

  • December 02, 2004 02 Dec'04

    Content management, grid to highlight Oracle conference

    After combining its applications and database conferences, Oracle executives are bracing for more than 20,000 users to flock to San Francisco next week for the Oracle OpenWorld user conference.

  • December 01, 2004 01 Dec'04

    Oracle adds members to grid alliance

    Oracle's Enterprise Grid Alliance added three new members and its first end user to help develop grid computing standards and user-friendly tools.

  • November 30, 2004 30 Nov'04

    IBM deal could be Sybase's last stand

    Sybase and IBM are joining forces to increase their stake in the Linux market, a move that could be Sybase's last chance to maintain a presence in the database market.

  • November 18, 2004 18 Nov'04

    Oracle revamps patch schedule, new warning issued

    Oracle is revamping its patch schedule, putting together a quarterly release of fixes beginning in January. Recent e-mail warns customers to reapply security patch 68.

  • November 17, 2004 17 Nov'04

    Oracle response to flaws prompts more criticism

    Analysts and DBAs are criticizing the way Oracle is handling dozens of flaws in versions of its database and application server. The software vendor is keeping the details of the flaws under wraps, citing the severe nature of the problems.