- February 13, 2013
The Oracle Linux update is just Red Hat in Oracle clothing, observers say. But it is enterprise-ready.
- February 11, 2013
Margaret Wright, the new president of the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG), talks about her vision for the group and challenges its users face.
- February 06, 2013
With all the different segments of data in BI, are SQL or NoSQL efficient enough to handle all of your organization's data, or are platform-based technologies the answer?
- February 05, 2013
Oracle's $1.7 billion acquisition of Acme Packet is mainly to bolster Oracle communications software, experts say.
- February 05, 2013
Database, application and senior IT managers can get executive approval for their BI projects by spotlighting the value of proper implementation.
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- January 29, 2013
Oracle PaaS products for storage, messaging and virtual compute are expected to be generally available by the end of June.
- January 03, 2013
Advanced Oracle analytics, including big data, NoSQL and the R programming language, will be a major focus of a BI summit to be held in the Bay Area in January, according to one of its organizers.
- November 13, 2012
Is going to Oracle Day worth the trip? If you're going for Oracle career networking, yes. But is the information useful?
- October 16, 2012
The tech world is intrigued by the new Oracle Cloud, but should you trust Oracle with your data? Lena J. Weiner examines this hot topic.
- October 09, 2012
EA was feeling the limits of its heterogeneous shop. Read on to learn the benefits they found in implementing a standardized Oracle environment.
- September 30, 2012
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison highlighted some features of the new Oracle Database 12c and Exadata X3 products announced at Oracle OpenWorld 2012.
- September 27, 2012
Why is third-party support popular with Oracle users? Analysts and consumers tell us why. What to take away from the Oracle-CedarCrestone case.
- September 26, 2012
We asked four well-known Oracle experts three important questions about Oracle OpenWorld 2012, which is coming up next week.
- September 21, 2012
The first major upgrade to Oracle's flagship database product in three years will include features around the cloud, tuning and automation.
- September 18, 2012
IT pros running Oracle on Itanium are happy Oracle will now support software on Itanium, but a crucial decision still awaits them down the road.