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FEATURES

Powering The Enterprise
By David A. Kelly
Faced with growing IT requirements, many companies are turning to familiar places for solutions. Find out how two financial institutions have leveraged Oracle and Microsoft technologies to bring stability, scalabilty, and availability to meet their mission- critical needs.

The New DNA of Development
By David A. Kelly
Unisys wanted to standardize and simplify its IT operation. The company migrated to Oracle applications and databases running on Microsoft Windows—saving money and improving performance and availability.





DEPARTMENTS

Different looks at Windows.
By Tom Haunert

AT ORACLE
Oracle Solutions
The latest news about Oracle products that support Microsoft technologies.

Oracle News
Oracle's newest database offering, Oracle Database 10g Express Edition, is free to download, develop, deploy, and distribute.

CHANNELS
Partner Solutions
A spotlight on partners offering solutions built on Oracle Database 10g and Microsoft Windows, including Autodesk, Bottomline Technologies, Fair Isaac, FAMIS Software, FileNet, Pegasystems, and Waters.

DEVELOPER SECTION—ARTICLES


ORACLE DEVELOPER
ODP.NET
When It's Time to Change
By Alex Keh
ADO.NET 2.0 and database chance notification improve flexibility and performance.

WINDOWS
Tools for Your .NET Space
By Christian Shay
Use ODT with Visual Studio 2005 for fast, easy Oracle development.

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