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Oracle Ships 'Low Cost' Content Management Software

Oracle has launched software that the company says is designed to provide "low-cost" management of Office documents, PDF and image files, and other unstructured data.

Oracle on Wednesday launched software that the company says is designed to provide "low-cost" management of Office documents, PDF and image files, and other unstructured data.

The new Content and Records databases target companies dealing with content in mostly unmanaged environments, the vendor said. The two products include interfaces for use within a service-oriented architecture to content-enable business processes and applications.

The new databases perform different functions in managing unstructured data. The Oracle Content Database consolidates content into a secure repository, while the Oracle Records Database manages the retention and disposition portion of the content lifecycle, after the information has been created and published.

The two new products, which were first unveiled in June, are both priced at $50,000 per processor, and are options for the Oracle Database Enterprise Edition.

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