- May 03, 2004
IBM today is releasing the beta version of its most recent DB2 database, and the company is betting Stinger will draw Linux lovers and .Net developers its way.
- April 29, 2004
While many companies think they're being proactive with security, too many are addressing security at the application level rather than the database level, according Oracle security expert Arup Nanda. Nanda, 32, a Norwalk, Conn.-based DBA who runs ...
- April 28, 2004
A survey of 1,000 technology decision makers at companies with fewer than 1,000 employees determined that IT spending will leap by more than 6% this year. That has the largest application vendors seeing dollar signs.
- April 27, 2004
Get inside Oracle's grid strategy, and find out how much of the technology users can get their hands on right now -- and whether the technology can do everything Larry Ellison says it can.
- April 22, 2004
TORONTO -- The International Oracle Users Group handed out its first "Oracle Contribution Award" at this week's IOUG Live! conference in Canada. Ken Jacobs, Oracle Corp.'s vice president of product strategy for server technologies and the man ...
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- April 21, 2004
Oracle Corp. and several smaller vendors today announced the Enterprise Grid Alliance, a group formed to help address some of the burning questions surrounding grid technology.
- April 19, 2004
David Marco is a meta data specialist who is helping the FBI track down terrorists. In this interview, he warns younger programmers of the need to specialize their skills in a scary economy.
- April 14, 2004
Oracle Corp. today unveiled a new JDeveloper package that features improved support for Web services.
- April 14, 2004
Find out what the future holds for remote DBA firms -- and why they no longer strike fear in the hearts of database professionals.
- April 06, 2004
CEOs Larry Ellison and Michael Dell shook hands today on a deal designed to give Oracle and Dell an advantage over Microsoft in the small and midsized market.
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- April 01, 2004
Veteran DBAs are finding that rookies aren't the only ones suffering from a devastated economy.
- March 31, 2004
Oracle is talking up its newly improved Collaboration Suite, which now has instant messaging features. Find out whether these enhancements are enough to give Microsoft and IBM a run for their money.
- March 30, 2004
Oracle this morning announced a new set of sensor-based applications that manage and analyze data from RFID readers.
- March 25, 2004
Oracle this week released the latest version of its Internal Controls Manager, a module within E-Business Suite that addresses Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.