Oracle Faces Tougher Foes Than Google In Search

Monday Mar 6th 2006 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Oracle positions the search engine as one that takes extra steps to avoid getting companies in trouble with data privacy laws and regulations. The search engine is designed to deliver results based on an employee's function and privilege level within a company.

[From InformationWeek]

Oracle has taken the plunge into enterprise search, an area that has businesses trying to strike a balance between improved information access and fears of employees viewing and disclosing sensitive data.

While unveiling Oracle Secure Search 10g last week at OpenWorld Tokyo 2006, CEO Larry Ellison cited it as among the company's most important product introductions in years.

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