Sonia R. Lelii
Earnings projections below expectations; IT says spending unchanged
Transaction support, full-text search extend reach
John S. McCright
Many IT managers are indifferent to Oracle.com e-business portal, citing privacy, quality concerns
Spencer F. Katt
Spencer wondered if the post-presidential lecture circuit would make Bill Clinton enough cash to finally buy furniture for his New York digs.
Mobile version works with Palm devices, Windows PCs, Macs; requires FileMaker Pro 5 Version 3
Partners have more choices, as database vendors deliver expanded product menus.
Oracle dominates the e-business landscape. But former employees are moving in on Larry Ellison's territory.
Peek inside Asera Technologies' doors, and you'll find a very, very tiny clone of Oracle.
New e-procurement services seek to offer full collaboration between Internet buyers and sellers.
Once again, Larry Ellison has taken a basic technology and made it seem interesting. That basic technology is the portal, and Oracle is staking a good part of its business on it.
Oracle has figured out what the IT industry loves and hates in the computer industry.