Oracle OpenWorld 2018 - State of Wisconsin shares lessons learned on rolling out Oracle Exadata and how to reduce license costs
The State of Wisconsin managed to save $200,000 in licensing fees and has also moved to Oracle Exadata Cloud at Customer. Here’s its advice.
Morrisons has been found vicariously liable for a data breach caused by one rogue employee; the implications - and the cost - should ring alarm bells elsewhere in business.
The collapse of Toys R' Us rocked the retail sector, but there are opportunities in its wake for firms like Hasbro.
Oracle OpenWorld 2018 - Lambeth Council moves to the cloud after painful experience with shared services
As the Council approached the end of a shared contract agreement that lasted for eight years, it decided to go it alone and shift its organisation to Oracle Cloud. Standardising on technology has helped it tackle shrinking government budgets.
In the second part of our focus on Walmart's omni-channel retail strategy, International President Judith McKenna looks to India for success.
Oracle OpenWorld 2018 - Ellison makes convincing pitch on automation and security for Oracle Cloud 2.0...but can’t resist trashing AWS
Oracle’s co-founder and now CTO, Larry Ellison, took to the stage today to give us an insight into the company’s Generation 2 cloud platform. The key message? Autonomous security will be key. However, he also made time to carry out some benchmarking against AWS.
Zoom CEO Eric Yuan has a message for CIOs - best-of-breed collaboration is here, and it's time to get with the program. During our sit-down at Zoomtopia 2018, Yuan told me why millennials are driving this shift. He also shared unflinching advice on what IT leaders must do next.
Oracle will showcase some fresh capabilities that breathe new life into cloud ERP. Here is the rundown on what to expect along with commentary from ASteve Miranda who leads that endeavor. It makes for a compelling story but it will be customers who confirm.
Oracle OpenWorld 2018 - Oracle and the World Bee Project create a buzz using smart hives to conserve declining bee populations
The World Bee Project Hive Network will allow researchers to ‘listen’ to the honey bees. The data will be collected and analysed on the Oracle Cloud, to give researchers information about what the bees need to flourish.
Oracle OpenWorld 2018 - East Midlands adopts Oracle Cloud to drive better ways of working in local gov
East Midlands Shared Service is a joint technology partnership between Leicestershire County Council and Nottingham City Council. The partnership aims to cleanse council data and shift to the cloud to drive better ways of working.