Database software

With the volumes of digital data used by businesses growing at exponential rates, having the right information management and database software becomes key to corporate decision-making. While established products such as Oracle, DB2 and Informix remain widely used, open source alternatives such as MySQL and Ingres offer potential alternatives for IT managers. We examine the issues around choosing the right products and strategies for your organisation.

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  • September 01, 2022 01 Sep'22

    Google workers oppose cloud contract with Israeli government

    Google workers and Palestinian rights activists call on company to divest from involvement in cloud and artificial intelligence contract with Israeli government and military, following allegations the tech giant has retaliated against an employee ...

  • August 18, 2022 18 Aug'22

    LexisNexis sued by immigration advocates over data practices

    Four immigration advocacy groups launch lawsuit in Illinois alleging data broker’s collection, aggregation and sale of people’s personal data, including non-public information, to corporations and government bodies

  • July 26, 2022 26 Jul'22

    Lambeth maps future with cloud applications

    With its funding dramatically cut, Lambeth Council has turned to cloud delivery of its business applications to have a simpler technology stack and be nimbler in delivering services to its 330,000 population

  • July 08, 2022 08 Jul'22

    How Bank BPD Bali modernised its datacentre infrastructure

    The Indonesian bank has deployed the Nutanix Cloud Platform in a move to modernise its datacentre infrastructure and pave the way towards hybrid and multi-cloud

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