- July 17, 2012
A recent Oracle survey found a $1 billion company is losing $130 million per year in revenue due to poor data management. Some are skeptical.
- July 10, 2012
Oracle will retire the Flash of its support portal, which had caused many Oracle pros problems, in favor of the more standard HTML version.
- July 02, 2012
Dell plans to acquire Quest Software, maker of the Oracle Database development tool Toad. End users said Dell could improve Toad and adapt it for larger tech trends like “big data.”
- June 29, 2012
IT analyst Rob Enderle says that Oracle made a mistake in pulling support away from approximately 140,000 Oracle on Itanium customers, adding that right now “Oracle on Itanium is probably not a good idea.”
- June 06, 2012
Oracle Platinum Services is a new support program from Oracle that provides specific SLAs for customers running expensive Oracle hardware such as Exadata, Exalogic and Sparc Supercluster.
Sponsored by IBM - B2B value chains have always been complicated webs of different data types and standards. During the past few years, however, complexity has increased dramatically, with staggering levels of data growth and the deployment of innovative new IT initiatives, such as cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), social media and big data analytics. See More
Sponsored by IBM - This is a critical time in the evolution of business-to-business integration. Companies are becoming much more reliant on digital technologies for day-to-day business activities. IDC says digital transformation is changing the way enterprises operate and reshaping the global economy. See More
Sponsored by IBM - File transfer is one of the vital functions of B2B collaboration. Organizations require safe, secure and compliant file transfer in order to drive revenue, satisfy customer requirements and enable effective collaboration across the entire B2B value chain. See More
Sponsored by IBM - Reducing complexity in managing business-to-business integration is one of the primary challenges for IT teams. With the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT), social networking and big data analytics, the need to simplify partner interactions and automate processes is becoming more critical than ever. By simplifying B2B collaboration, IT can reduce costs, enhance partner and customer experiences, and leverage real-time visibility and analytics to drive business innovation. See More
- May 16, 2012
An Oracle Hyperion system implementation in three weeks? Yes, it can be done. Communications firm Neustar implemented Hyperion in less than a month and gained efficiencies in the process.
- May 08, 2012
At some point, your JD Edwards shop will have to decide whether to switch to a different product, upgrade or stay where you are. Learn what two other organizations did when working through JD Edwards upgrades.
- May 07, 2012
The jury has issued a partial verdict in the copyright phase of the Oracle vs. Google lawsuit, in which Oracle is claiming that Google violated Java patents and copyright with its Android mobile operating system.
- April 26, 2012
Retail development company Benderson Development used a “build and buy” approach to creating its Oracle business intelligence platform on top of JD Edwards.
- April 23, 2012
Going to third-party Oracle support means saving money and possibly having customizations supported. But concerns about upgrades down the road may provide pause.
- April 23, 2012
Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 and JD Edwards World 9.3 are the first major releases in three years for the products, and include features around reporting, security and compliance.
- April 17, 2012
SAP claims it wants to be the No. 2 database vendor by 2015, and it’s pushing to do so. But is its goal realistic, and what is Oracle doing about it?
- April 04, 2012
The step upgrade to Oracle Hyperion 220.127.116.11 is probably the biggest piece of the business analytics announcements the company made this week. It also offered new analytics ties to SAP.
- March 22, 2012
Oracle server hardware revenue dropped double digits again, but the company doesn’t care. Why?
- March 15, 2012
A recent survey of 327 Oracle application pros by the Oracle Applications Users Group found that end of support was by far the biggest driver for upgrading.