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.
Sonia R. Lelii
As Unix threatens the Windows platform, Ballmer reaches out to Ellison.