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Enable universal data access for your Windows-family operating system.
Create and browse MySQL databases, run SQL queries, or build reports.
Integrate and create reports into Web/server-based applications.
Query ODBC data sources, author SQL scripts, and execute multiple SQL scripts simultaneously.
Send out personalized HTML messages and manage multiple mailing lists.
Fix a number of bugs in SQL Server 7.0 and MSDE 1.0 with this Service Pack.
Create, view, edit, export, and import DBF databases to other formats.
Conduct unattended file transfers with normal FTP and 128-bit SSH and SSL secure servers.
Manage MySQL, PostgreSQL, Interbase/Firebird, SQlite, and DBF Tables in only one application.
Create, edit, and administer your MySQL databases.
You can find administrative tools in Windows 8 by search, but if you prefer to see them as tiles, a quick setting will place them all on the Start screen.
When Apple released Snow Leopard they did not include the ODBC utility that was part of previous versions of OS X. Some people have relied on this for connecting to and administering various databases, and were concerned about it missing from Snow Leop
In OS X there are times when you may have deleted items from your Applications folder that were put there by the OS X installer.
Our Weekly Utilities Update report is a list of all the updates for many Mac utilities that have been released in the past week. While utilities can be any tool that helps you perform a task (including image manipulation and synchronization), our main foc
Hadoop has gotten so popular it has its own event. Find out more about open source's latest darling.
HanDBase is a powerful relational database for the iPhone or iPod Touch that you can use to create your own customized database applications.
IT departments struggling to keep legacy data alive should consider a new cloud-based storage offering from RainStor.
Web app company builds bridges to traditional software.
Security researcher tells CNET News.com that hackers have found a generic way to exploit Microsoft SQL servers in this latest mass attack of legitimate Web sites.
Episode 699, in which we coin a new phrase, "swang pong." You figure it out. Also, video on Flickr and bad news about promotional CDs (and goblins).