Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Will Oracle take full responsibility for customer data in its autonomous cloud?
Oracle CTO Larry Ellison took to the stage yesterday to say that ‘it’s on Oracle’ and the autonomous database to protect data, not the customer.
The State of Texas has over 115,000 employees using the PeopleSoft ERP system on Oracle Cloud, with over $92 billion going through the system.
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Larry Ellison makes compelling autonomous pitch for buyers grappling with complexity
Oracle CTO Larry Ellison took to the stage for the first of his two keynotes to talk up all things autonomous. And, of course, do a bit of AWS-bashing.
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Autonomous Database finds traction with SMEs, developers and those struggling with security complexity
We speak to Juan Loaiza, EVP of Systems Technology at Oracle, about how buyers are responding do the company’s Autonomous Database pitch, on the eve of Oracle OpenWorld 2019.
Government needs to “significantly increase” research and innovation funding beyond London, Oxford and Cambridge
A report released this week by MPs has also urged BEIS and UKRI to publish their roadmaps for the increase in R&D funding.
Dr Sam Shah, Director of Digital Development at the recently created central digital unit for the NHS - NHSX - spoke about the need to include all users in the digital changes across the health service.
We speak with Pegasystems’ recently hired Inclusion and Diversity Leader, Claudia Rodriguez, about the vendor’s ambitions to embed a culture of inclusion across the company.
The Cabinet Office announced the new prompt payment rules back in November, with the aim of benefiting SMEs. It has said that non-compliant suppliers face exclusion from government contracts.
Chancellor Sajid Javid said that no department will face a cut next year and that day-to-day spending will grow at 4.1% in real terms.
“Highly likely” cross-government cell will be used to monitor interference and threats if election called
Representatives from the Cabinet Office and DCMS gave evidence to a House of Lords Committee today on the impact of digital technology on democracy.
HM Courts & Tribunals Service does not meet 25% of its transformation targets for first half of 2019
The Ministry of Justice has also written to the Public Accounts Committee explaining how it has set up an expert panel to provide independent oversight of the transformation programme.
GOV.UK is the core platform for hosting government websites and information. It was the first key project for the Government Digital Service (GDS) and its code has always been open source.
Government makes £10m ‘Brexit readiness fund’ available for business...one month before Brexit deadline
The fund will be made available to all businesses and aims to make sure that all organisations are “fully ready” for Brexit.