Oracle Web 2.0 News
May 05, 2015
In a Q&A, OAUG president Melissa English discusses her passion for mingling with attendees at the 2015 Collaborate conference and how Oracle users old and new can learn from each other.
September 20, 2010
Larry Ellison opened OpenWorld 2010 offering his definition of cloud, taking shots at Salesforce.com and releasing a complement to Exadata, the Oracle Exalogic "cloud in a box."
December 03, 2009
Oracle relied heavily on users to help shape its PeopleSoft Enterprise Financials and Supply Chain Management 9.1 applications suite, which employs a number of Web 2.0 functions.
July 24, 2009
It's been an interesting year for Oracle already. Here is a look at the year's highlights at the halfway mark.
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Charles Phillips told attendees at Collaborate '09 that the acquisition of Sun will help Oracle provide a full range of technology. Continue Reading
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The CEO of ASPIDER explains how a new billing plan based on what customers value is the next step for telco. Oracle provides the real-time processing. Continue Reading