15 May 2013 Privileged user management a must for DBAs
Trust, but verify. Ronald Reagan made it popular, and it's certainly relevant for DBAs in today's consolidated, virtualized IT world.
14 May 2013 Enterprise Data World reveals keys to a successful career in analytics (SearchDataManagement.com)
SearchDataManagement's Mark Brunelli and Jack Vaughan talk about this year's Enterprise Data World conference, which was held recently in San Diego.
02 May 2013 Enterprise Data World reveals nine principles of analytics rock stars (SearchBusinessAnalytics.com)
In a presentation at Enterprise Data World 2013, consultant Bernard Wehbe detailed what sets indispensable analytics professionals apart from the rest of the crowd.
Find out how one user solved the problem that arises when installing Oracle Fusion applications and trying to integrate them with non-Fusion apps.
MedicAlert set forth a PUMA -- short for Phenomenal Undertaking at MedicAlert -- system to speed along its EBS implementation and get employee buy-in.
Authors Madhup Gulati, Adeesh Fulay and Sudip Datta answered some questions we had about the Oracle cloud. See what they shared with us.
The differences between right-time and real-time analytics are subtle, but the technologies used and the actionable results could prove monumental.
The Womble Company, an industrial pipe coating company, needed more efficient JD Edwards reporting applications. Learn how they found the right match.
22 Apr 2013 In-memory technology pushes analytics boundaries, boosts BI speeds (SearchBusinessAnalytics.com)
In-memory appliances amp up business intelligence performance by moving processing off of disks. But cost and other issues need to be considered.
Oracle Taleo integration progressing well despite some customer pain (SearchFinancialApplications.com)
Although some Taleo customers report support and renewal changes since Oracle took over, one expert says the integration is on track.
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Commodity Sun x86 server users not feeling the love from Oracle SearchOracle.com | 12 Sep 2012
Oracle has made it clear that it’s not interested in x86 commodity servers, and some smaller Sun x86 and Solaris users are feeling left out of the mix.