Angie Brew

Angie
Brew

Angie Brew is a former production editor for Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Magazine.

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Register Now for PASS 2000 North America
Increase your knowledge of SQL Server at the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) 2000 North America conference October 25 through 28 in San Francisco.
BMC Software to Acquire Sylvain Faust
BMC Software, maker of e-business systems management software, will acquire Sylvain Faust in a deal that is expected to become final later this month.
Enbridge Pipelines Chooses Motiva’s eChange Solutions
Enbridge Pipelines, operator of the longest crude oil and petroleum products pipeline, recently deployed Motiva’s eChange Solutions.
October 12 WebCast: Cascading DRI Constraints
Want to know more about SQL Server 2000's new cascading Declarative Referential Integrity (DRI) constraints?
Download SQL Server 2000 VIA ServerNet II Net-Library 4
ServerNet II interface cards are now available for download as part of SQL Server 2000 VIA ServerNet II Network-Library (Net-Library).
Download XML View Mapper Beta
A download of Microsoft’s XML View Mapper Beta is now available for SQL Server 2000.
Comshare Distributors to Launch New Product
Comshare announced that European distributor, Decision Support Systems, and Asian distributor, the Beacon Group, will be bringing the newest release of Comshare’s management planning and control software, MPC 4.0, to various countries in their regions.
Trial Version of Database Scanner Available for Download
SQL Server customers can download a free trial version of Database Scanner from Internet Security Systems.
U.S. Marketer.com Finds SQL Server 2000 a Match 3
U.S. Marketer.com has integrated SQL Server 2000 into its online marketplace, which matches marketing professionals with marketing service providers.
World Bank Implements Solution Based on SQL Server 2000
The World Bank Group has implemented a global economic analysis solution based on SQL Server 2000 and Knosys’ ProClarity Analytical Platform.
Maximal and TopINET Join Forces in Canadian Retail Market
Maximal Innovative Intelligence and TopINET are partnering to offer a decision support solution for retail chain management.
AccountMate Software Launches Developer Partner Program
AccountMate Software has introduced a Developer Partner Program to offer software developers and authorized AccountMate business partners all the tools they need to optimize Visual AccountMate, AccountMate’s financial software.
Register Now for DevDays 2000
Registration is now open for Microsoft’s Developer Days 2000 (DevDays).
Companies Honored at RealWare Awards in San Francisco
The RealWare Awards were held in San Francisco on August 15, 2000.
Quest Software and Siebel Systems Join to Enhance e-Business
Siebel Systems has selected Quest Software to provide tightly integrated performance, monitoring, and high-availability solutions for deployment with Siebel eBusiness Applications for sales, marketing, and customer relationship management.

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