Oracle is the latest US cloud provider to decide that having in-country data centers in Germany is a good idea, but is this a decision driven by opportunity or necessity in a PRISM-paranoid market?
Phil goes off on a bit of a rant about tech for its own sake and why business leaders not IT buyers must take the lead in building the software defined enterprise
SAP SuccessFactors certification comes under fire as the company introduces a new associate level certification. Consultants far from happy.
TIBCO is acquired for $4.3 billion, eyes the future.
Oxford University is the the oldest in the English-speaking world but that’s no reason to skimp on providing staff and students with a thoroughly modern digital unified communications experience, says deputy CIO Darrell Sturley.
Oracle OpenWorld 2014 kicks off with plenty of fireworks from Larry Ellison as he lays out his complete cloud platform vision.
Oracle OpenWorld 2014 is one of the giant conferences of the year. It's already causing mayhem at the city by the ocean.
MyDealerLot uses RFID and MongoDB to supercharge auto dealership information that improvers customer service.
Sage does itself few favors by dropping forecasting and costing but then it's a financially driven business, not customer driven.