Oracle has started shipping Oracle Content Database and Oracle Records Database, content management add-ons for the company's flagship Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition.
Oracle Content Database and Oracle Records Database are designed to facilitate low-cost management of Microsoft Office documents, PDFs, image files and other unstructured content, which is estimated to make up 80% of organisational information, said Oracle.
The two products are designed to deliver secure, highly usable content management.
Andy Mendelsohn, Oracle senior vice president of database server technologies, said, “Oracle Content Database and Oracle Records Database were designed specifically to ease enterprise-wide adoption and to help reduce the risks associated with information discovery and information loss.”
Oracle Content Database and Oracle Records Database are both priced at £27,000 per processor.
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