- March 25, 2010
In this Oracle grid computing and cloud computing special report, learn about the difference between grid and cloud computing, the cloud and grid products that Oracle offers and users’ future plans for adoption.
- March 18, 2010
Oracle has backed up its promise to support Sun environments with the delivery of Oracle lifecycle management software for Sun’s Sparc and Solaris products.
- March 15, 2010
Improved versions of Oracle’s Imaging and Process Management and Forms Recognition software helps speed and integrate business processes and improve information access.
- March 11, 2010
Thanks to modular software like SAP’s Business Suite 7 and Oracle’s upcoming Fusion applications, some users are again spending on enterprise applications.
- March 02, 2010
With acquisitions, bankruptcies and other breakups thinning the ranks of larger organizations with JD Edwards support, some users are turning to smaller organizations for support in both the U.S. and offshore.
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
- February 23, 2010
Oracle consultant Don Burleson evaluates the job Oracle has done in pulling together its collection of business intelligence/performance management products into a cohesive Oracle BI strategy.
- February 18, 2010
With Oracle Database Lite, the company extends a friendly hand to the open source community but also positions itself for competition with in-memory database makers.
- February 16, 2010
In this Oracle RAC guide, Don Burleson outlines the benefits of Oracle Real Application Clusters, as well as the common mistakes users make in using it.
- February 11, 2010
Like Pac Man on a rampage Oracle gobbled up yet another company, Convergin, which specializes in allowing communication service providers like telcos to tie multiple network and application platforms together.
- February 08, 2010
Hoping to strengthen the SOA capabilities of its Fusion Middleware 11g line, Oracle has purchased AmberPoint, specialists in SOA management.
- February 03, 2010
Oracle’s integrated stack strategy failed to impress Oracle-Sun competitors IBM and SAP. Both believe it is an approach users will not go for.
- January 27, 2010
With the Oracle-Sun deal finally approved, will Oracle support Sun’s OpenOffice desktop application suite? One analyst report advises users to hold off until Oracle makes its decision.
- January 27, 2010
With the EC giving the Oracle/Sun deal a stamp of approval, it’s time to see what’s in store for the future of Oracle and Sun as we learn plans for Sun’s server hardware, virtualization technology, MySQL database and more.
- January 27, 2010
Oracle and Sun executives laid out their product plans focused on integrated hardware-software stacks and selling to and servicing large customers.
- January 26, 2010
Oracle is suing Rimini Street, claiming the third-party support provider has engaged in “massive theft of Oracle's software."