Microsoft has issued the first preview of the Sync Framework, a way for software developers to inject data synchronization capabilities into applications.
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Microsoft is set to release a pair of low-cost enterprise search products, a move one company official said comes at a time when the market in question is "at a tipping point."
BEA Systems' board of directors should let company shareholders decide whether to accept Oracle's purchase offer of US$17 per share, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison said. The bid has technically expired, but Oracle remains interested in BEA, eyeing its customers and share of the middleware market.
Major storage provider Iron Mountain announced this week it intends to purchase Stratify, a maker of document discovery software, for about US$158 million in cash.
More than 100 college-age programmers might be seeing visions of dollar signs amid their code in the U.S. where the finals of this year's TopCoder Collegiate Challenge began in Orlando.
Wachovia is working on a project of staggering scope: A 3-D map of the firm's data-center operations.
BEA Systems made good on its promise to let a Sunday 5 p.m. Pacific Time deadline expire on Oracle's US$17-per-share offer to buy the company.
BEA Systems replied Monday to investor Carl Icahn's demand for a shareholder vote on purchase bids for the company.
BEA Systems' largest shareholder is demanding that its board of directors allow shareholders to vote on a US$17-per-share purchase offer from Oracle, which is set to expire at 5 p.m. Pacific Time Sunday.
The Web 2.0-social networking phenomenon's seemingly irresistible force field has ensnared yet another niche: travel.
BEA System's board of directors has named an acquisition price to competitor and suitor Oracle: $US21 a share, $4 more than Oracle's initial offer.
Oracle has released the Windows version of its flagship 11g database, a few months after the company shipped the Linux version. Along with assorted performance improvements, the Windows release features beefed-up integration with Microsoft's platform on both the administrative and developer levels.
Software as a service (SAAS) platform vendor NetSuite has released NetSuite Bundler, a tool its partner ISVs and VARs can use to create reusable applications for verticals.
BEA Systems has told Oracle the two companies can still make a deal -- just not the one on the table.