Will Oracle evolve to become more like Salesforce than AWS? Kurt Marko thinks so.
Oracle OpenWorld 2018 - Birmingham City University replaces back office with Oracle Cloud in under 300 days
The University, based in Birmingham, one of the UK’s largest cities, realised that it was getting its digital strategy very wrong. Focusing on the wrong things and falling behind its students expectations.
Research body is preparing its infrastructure for data in the exabytes. We talk to CERN about how it’s managing the explosive growth in data.
Fluid User Interface has breathed new life into decades-old system, according to customers speaking at Oracle’s annual event in San Francisco this week.
The Louisiana-based manufacturer of injection-moulded plastic parts is using a SaaS application from Oracle as the foundation for its Industry 4.0 vision of the future.
On-premise cloud services are helping IT decision-makers cope with the complexity of managing today’s enterprise systems
Oracle OpenWorld 2018 - Wells Fargo and Halliburton reap the benefits of consolidating on Oracle Exadata
Although operating in two very different industries, both Wells Fargo and Halliburton spoke about not only cost savings, but operational benefits, in consolidating their hardware and software onto Oracle Exadata.
Oracle OpenWorld 2018 - Be selfish, be a role model and take affirmative action: How to be an inclusive leader
Delegates at Oracle’s annual event in San Francisco this week discuss how to foster a diverse and inclusive work environment.
Following its spin-off from Hilton Worldwide, the real estate investment trust has set up a brand new Oracle finance system with help from Grant Thornton.
Last year’s hurricanes have prompted a rethink at the humanitarian organization around how volunteers at temporary shelters can order and track delivery of basic supplies
Kurt Marko adds his spin to Oracle's opening OpenWorld announcements.
Hurd took to the stage this morning to deliver his keynote, during which time he poked fun at the analyst firms for being slow to recognise his predictions from 2015. Today he made some more forward looking statements that hint at Oracle’s direction.