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20 by 2020: Oracle Cloud's ambitious global expansion
Oracle has bold plans to launch 20 new cloud regions by 2020, equating to one region every 33 days for the next 15 months.
Informatica moves to Snow platform for IT visibility
The Snow platform will provide a comprehensive and actionable picture of Informatica’s IT operations.
Magic Quadrant gives insight into ongoing Cloud Wars
Microsoft and Google join top dog AWS in the Leaders quadrant, while Alibaba Cloud, IBM and Oracle are coming up as Niche Players.
Microsoft and CyberArk lead GlobalData identity management theme
Both companies gained the highest score for the identity management theme in GlobalData’s Thematic Scorecard for the security software sector.
Oracle to launch Gen 2 Cloud region in Sydney
Oracle’s Generation 2 Cloud is getting ever closer to its launch day in Australia, as its new Sydney region prepares to go live by the end of August.
Interview: Oracle SVP’s insights on Jetstar’s digital transformation
Techday spoke to Oracle SVP Shashi Seth about how the low-cost carrier is changing the way it engages with prospective and current customers.
IBM, VMware, F5 lead GlobalData's hybrid cloud theme
All three companies gained 5 out of 5 for the hybrid cloud theme in GlobalData’s Thematic Scorecard for the cloud services sector.
Oracle announces new autonomous database capability
Oracle has expanded its autonomous database capabilities to help meet the needs of enterprise customers.
Gartner: CRM makes up 1/4 of global enterprise software spend
Worldwide enterprise application software revenue totalled more than $193.6 billion in 2018, a 12.5% increase from 2017 revenue of $172.1 billion.
How Oracle Exadata aims to accelerate machine learning
The new Oracle Exadata Database Machine X8 features hardware and software enhancements, as well as unique machine learning capabilities.
Poor data mastery impacting ability to drive value from analytics - Oracle
"These findings suggest that organisations are still being overwhelmed by the data deluge faced."
Microsoft and Oracle get cozy in the cloud
The tech giants have formed a partnership to allow interoperability between Azure and Oracle Cloud.
Exclusive: How emerging tech will impact the public sector
"Compared to their private counterparts, government organisations can often find themselves hamstrung by legacy systems that are simply not compatible with the latest technologies."
Women in tech: ShadowTech event to create opportunity
Several high profile Kiwi tech firms will be giving young New Zealand female students the opportunity to be mentored at the upcoming ShadowTech Day events.
Oracle Malaysia’s new cloud solution hub opens 150 new jobs
Oracle has announced it has launched its new cloud solution hub in Kuala Lumpur.
Why licensees are rethinking Oracle and cloud strategy
Top reasons include “high cost of maintenance and support” and “aggressive sales tactics and audits.”
Oracle’s Bronto marketing platform gets updates
Software tools updated to empower marketers in an increasingly competitive environment.
Oracle blockchain now available as part of Everledger’s tracking solution
“Our longstanding goal has been to help customers to manage, protect, analyse and use the world’s data for the benefit of all."
80% of innovation projects never see light of day
Over-commitment on projects, lack of leadership and absence of process are leading to an innovation gap, an Oracle report shows.
Why APAC enterprises are embracing Oracle Autonomous Database
Oracle Autonomous Database supposedly uses machine learning and automation to deploy, optimise, patch and secure itself.
Gartner: iPaaS model “simply not profitable”
It predicts that up to two-thirds of the existing integration platform as a service vendors will be acquired or exited in the next four years.
Supreme Court orders Oracle to return US$12.8 Million to Rimini Street
“We are pleased with this latest victory in the highest Court, and look forward to continuing our fierce competition with Oracle."
A look at some of the big data centre openings in 2019 so far
Alibaba Cloud, Facebook, and Oracle - among others - have already opened major facilities this year, so here's a round-up.
Oracle Cloud whips up a breeze for Sydney yacht races
If data can help a boat go faster, racing teams and fans alike at this year’s SailGP in Sydney will get a front-row seat.