Commentary
Content posted in January 2005
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Quiet For Now
Commentary  |  1/6/2005  | 
Oracle and Microsoft want to own the business intelligence functionality that most customers now separately integrate into their databases.
The CES Gadget Juggernaut Has Begun!
Commentary  |  1/5/2005  | 
One day before the doors open, CES 2005 is already shaping up to be a killer event, with truckloads of new gadgets already announced. Here's a small sampling of official announcements, with links directly to the company press releases.
New Segway Pics, Info Leaked?
Commentary  |  1/4/2005  | 
The web site of a New Mexico car dealership that also sells Segways, Don Chalmers Ford, may have posted 2005 Segway products in its online store.
Broadband = Microsoft-Killer?
Commentary  |  1/4/2005  | 
When Mike Azzara was talking to me about my signing up for InternetWeek back in 1997, this was the premise of the publication as he explained it: that the Internet, rather than any individual computer, was going to be the next standard computing platform.
Open And Shut
Commentary  |  1/3/2005  | 
The value and utilization of open-source software have grown immensely in recent years, but in the booming analytics market, open source is strangely not keeping pace.
Open And Shut
Commentary  |  1/3/2005  | 
Open-source software has built a solid enterprise presence in recent years, yet in the booming analytics market, open source products have lagged surprisingly far behind.
Oracle BI And ECM: Who's Buying It?
Commentary  |  1/3/2005  | 
The release of OracleBI Discoverer 10g is more of a coming-out party than a birth.
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