June 2007
Database Trends & Applications;Jun2007, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p4
The article presents news briefs on information technology as of June 2007. Melissa Data, a provider of data software and services, has acquired Peoplesmith Software. A new, low-cost yearly support option for users of the no-cost DB2 Express-C data server has been introduced by IBM. While DesignBais held its first international conference and workshop in Las Vegas.


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