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Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - the enterprise needs to officially recognise data as capital This article is sponsored by:

Oracle’s senior data strategist, Paul Sonderegger, explains how enterprises need to treat data as capital and unlock their internal ‘hidden data economies’.

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Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - NetSuite sends customers a confident message on visibility, control and agility This article is sponsored by:

At the SuiteConnect event at Oracle OpenWorld, the mid-market cloud ERP company brought clear context to new product announcements

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Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Irish Cattle moo-ves blockchain conversation along with meaty trial This article is sponsored by:

The ICBF has worked with consultants at Version 1 to find an innovative new way to collect information from retailers and end consumers about what makes a tasty steak.

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Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Will Oracle take full responsibility for customer data in its autonomous cloud? This article is sponsored by:

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.

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Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - State of Texas cuts costs in half by moving centralised ERP to Oracle Cloud This article is sponsored by:

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.

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Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - CERN opens its doors - and a digital guidebook - to the public This article is sponsored by:

For its CERN Open Days event this past weekend, the particle physics laboratory was able to provide guests with a digital app developed using Oracle cloud technologies, to help them make the most of their visit

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Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Larry Ellison makes compelling autonomous pitch for buyers grappling with complexity This article is sponsored by:

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.

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Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Oracle beefs up cloud security, announces three new features to build on Autonomous Database success This article is sponsored by:

Can Oracle’s autonomous features - removing the need for human management - be a competitive edge in a world where buyers are so security conscious?

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Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Autonomous Database finds traction with SMEs, developers and those struggling with security complexity This article is sponsored by:

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.

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