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Dun & Bradstreet announces new online credit monitoring database

Firm launches a cloud-based analytics platform that allows CFOs and finance departments in any industry to perform risk assessments and credit checks by drawing on the company’s substantial pool of financial information

Microsoft reminds companies it is ending support for SQL Server 2005 in April

Microsoft is reminding organizations that company that as of April 12, it will no longer be supporting SQL Server 2005

Build more and grow more with Cloudant DBaaS.

Learn about how Database-as-a-Service (DBaas) enables you to buy into an SLA; simplifies application development and delivery; and can represent shorter sales cycles, reduce...

Oracle 12c looks to speed up the enterprise

Oracle Database 12c uses DRAM and flash storage technology to speed up queries and reporting times

IT talent crunch burdens Canadian CIOs: Report

It’s a good time to be in the Canadian IT sector job market these days, according to a recent survey conducted by technology hiring...

Start-ups target Oracle, SQL with cloud-based data management

FathomDB and Cloudscale launched at DEMO Spring 2010 this week with more affordable alternatives to today

No to SQL? Anti-database movement gains steam-1

The burgeoning NoSQL community, made up of Web and Java developers, promote building your own data storage. But can enterprises take open-source alternatives Hadoop, Voldemort seriously?

10 enterprise software companies to watch

From business intelligence to CRM, from scheduling and e-procurement to database management and data governance, there is no shortage of enterprise applications available to help businesses make their processes more efficient. Choosing can be difficult, however: Do you go open source? Software-as-a-service, or in-house deployment? Every vendor has a sales pitch. Here are 10 worth watching.

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