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NetSuite partners with Amazon cloud storage

The partnership will allow NetSuite users to offload less crucial files through the new SuiteStorage connector to save money over the more costly Oracle database that NetSuite uses

Oracle chief architect unveils MySQL roadmap

Edward Screven said MySQL matters and has advantages that Oracle Database does not. The new Oracle-backed MySQL will continue to focus on taking care of commercial customers

Oracle enters standalone enterprise search mart

Oracle Corp. entered the stand-alone enterprise search market with a new product that it hopes will do for corporate data what Google has done for public data on the Web. Known as Oracle Secure Enterprise Search 10g, the stand-alone search engine is for use by corporations seeking to ensure that only authorized staff are able to access sensitive business information.

Pocket PCs help St. Catharines count trees

“I think that I shall never see…a billboard lovely as a tree,” wrote the poet Ogden Nash more than seven decades ago. ...

Lyrical over LRIS

Convenience, cost savings, consolidation and a compelling user interface. Officials with Oxford County in southwestern Ontario, halfway between Kitchener and London, say they got it all when they migrated to a new Web-based Land Related Information System (LRIS) from their legacy server-based system.

Web works wonders for County of Oxford

Convenience, cost savings, consolidation, and a compelling user interface

Oracle patches critical database server vulnerability

Oracle Corp. released a patch for a recently-discovered critical security vulnerability affecting its database servers. The buffer overflow vulnerability affects all supported versions of Oracle database servers and could enable a remote attacker to compromise the data stored in Oracle and gain control over the machine hosting the database server, according to a security alert posted by Oracle.

Oracle overtakes EMEA app server market

Oracle Corp. elbowed rival Sun Microsystems Inc. out of third place in the application server market in terms of revenue in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region last year, the company said Wednesday. Research firm IDC confirmed the statement.

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