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Some say the Oracle-Sun Microsystems deal will be the ruin of MySQL, while others say it could be a boost for the open-source database. Find out what SQL provider stands to benefit should MySQL users jump ship



Oracle to release 27 security bug fixes

The database maker is planning critical patch updates for a variety of software packages, and ten of the reported threats can be executed without getting a user name or password. Why one analyst thinks Oracle is making it difficult for enterprises to figure out which problems are the most important.

Microsoft to promote shared source in Latin America

Microsoft Corp. will approach Latin America in a sharing mood next week.

Ailing giants court enterprises

After a stunningly brutal fiscal season, telecom giants AT&T Corp., Sprint Corp., and WorldCom Inc. are revving up enhanced services for the enterprise, realizing that their futures likely hang on selling deeper into corporate accounts.

Aprisma expands Spectrum

In November, Aprisma Management Technologies Inc. will break its flagship Spectrum network management package into three targeted releases and add features that will help customers track and find the cause of network problems more quickly.

Wireless LANs have serious security flaws

Computer scientists at the University of California at Berkeley have sounded new warnings about the vulnerabilities of wireless LANs, saying flaws in a common encryption algorithm pose major security issues.

Linux still to crack enterprise space

"Yes, but…" is a phrase that gets heard a lot in discussions about the Linux operating system.Yes,...

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