The recent troubles of the Co-Operative Group have been well documented. However, part of the turnaround plan is to invest in its people and systems.
Dermot O’Kelly, SVP for Oracle UK, explains the company’s thinking behind the huge IaaS push we have seen at OpenWorld this week in San Francisco.
Larry Ellison, CTO Oracle weaved a tale of magic that is long on promise but includes challenges the company must address
The company responsible for bottling and advertising many of the Pepsi-Cola brands we see on supermarket shelves are re-engaging employees with Oracle HCM in the cloud.
Yellow Dog is working with Oracle to provide under utilised super compute power to companies that need it, on demand.
The Amazon-bashing continued on day two of Oracle OpenWorld, with CEO Mark Hurd pushing hard for attendees to understand Oracle’s competitive advantages.
Oracle’s Chief Technology Officer Larry Ellison took to the stage to officially kick-start Oracle OpenWorld 2016, where he went for AWS’ jugular.
$100 million isn't an awful lot in Oracle terms, but it was an important number yesterday on two fronts as the software giant turned in quarterly numbers that fell short of Wall Street expectations.