The Object/Relational Database Takes Shape
Relational and object database technologies have complementary strengths and weaknesses. Combining them could be the answer.
by Larry Stevens
Open TP Monitors Extend Their Range
Today's transaction processing monitor is ranging into the realm of communications middleware.
by Philip J. Gill
Effective publishing on the Web requires an understanding of the new medium's opportunities and limitations. Here are some strategies at work.
by Tom Abate
Who Needs a CIO?
As enterprises decentralize the IS function to meet the needs of distributed computing, the role of the CIO faces change.
by Alan S. Kay
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