• Sybase adds antivirus and firewall to mobile management suite

    Sybase iAnywhere is expanding its mobile security capabilities. With the rise of mobile malware, a smartphone doesn't have to be stolen or lost to be vulnerable to attack. With new antivirus and firewall features, the company is taking its Afaria mobile management and security suite beyond the...

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  • Sybase vs. Oracle: Users speak out

    Users respond to a recent column touting the merits of Sybase on Linux over Oracle as a database management system (DBMS). Some say Sybase is easier to manage; others claim Oracle is more stable and more powerful.

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  • Sybase vs. Oracle: 10 reasons to use Sybase on Linux

    Despite its fall from market leadership, Sybase is still a strong enterprise offering, says database consultant Dr. Mich Talebzadeh. In this tip, he gives 10 reasons why Sybase on Linux bests other databases, particularly Oracle.

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  • Sybase: Views vs. stored procedures

    Sybase expert Mich Talebzadeh describes the similarities between views and stored procedures that can lead to differences in the speed of compilation.

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  • Sybase

    Sybase is a computer software company that develops and sells database management system (DBMS) and middleware products.

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  • Office 2010 debuts, SAP snaps up Sybase; other news

    Office 2010 hits; SAP's Sybase buy examined; Gremlins beset AWS data center; more headlines.

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  • Acquisition creates Sybase, SAP data management product overlap

    SAP could have some difficult choices to make regarding the future of its data integration and analytics products following its Sybase acquisition.

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  • Newly combined SAP and Sybase could mean big trouble for Oracle

    SAP and Sybase are making a big play for Oracle database and business applications customers, according to industry experts.

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  • Sybase Afaria mobile device management finally needed, analysts say

    Companies are increasingly looking to Sybase Afaria, SAP’s mobile device management system, to help manage the growing number of mobile platforms in the workplace.

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  • Sybase completes RFID package with addition

    Sybase is launching an addition to its RFID Anywhere products, adding software and infrastructure support to help integrate data into a company IT system for analysis.

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