Oracle claims SAP hacked its secrets

Tuesday, 27 March 2007, 12:18 AM EST

Oracle has accused its German rival SAP of hacking into its computers to heist secret product information in a lawsuit that highlights growing tensions between two of the world's largest business software makers.

"This isn't really about protecting intellectual property," Forrester Research analyst Ray Wang says. "This is all about the art of war."

At Australian IT.

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