Database company EnterpriseDB introduces a new cloud play for PostgreSQL.
Microblogging site reveals some of the enhancements it's made to the database technology it uses to store user-generated data.
Open-source software provider cleans up infection but back doors may remain, Armorize says.
According to results of EnterpriseDB survey, 46 percent of respondents believe open-source projects like MySQL will stagnate under Oracle ownership.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the cloud, Microsoft announces a new SQL server that bridges the on-site/cloud gap.
Free trial of its cloud-based relational database is made available, along with a preview of an SQL Server driver for building PHP applications for the Azure platform
A preview of the next version of Microsoft's database product, SQL Server 2008 R2, has been delivered to developers and will soon be made generally available.
We explain a common way hackers can gain access to SQL-powered websites.
The U.S. Web site of the Russian antivirus vendor was hacked over the weekend, exposing the company's customer database. But Kaspersky Lab denies any data was compromised.
Software giant issues an advisory that it is investigating a remote code execution vulnerability affecting its SQL Server line.