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  • June 02, 2011 02 Jun'11

    Oracle response to Montclair State University lawsuit

    In response to Montclair State University's lawsuit claiming a failed PeopleSoft ERP implementation, Oracle says poor university management doomed the project.

  • June 02, 2011 02 Jun'11

    Montclair State University vs Oracle lawsuit

    Montclair State University claims that Oracle mismanaged its PeopleSoft ERP implementation project, costing the university millions.

  • June 02, 2011 02 Jun'11

    State university sues Oracle over PeopleSoft ERP project

    Montclair State University is suing Oracle, claiming the company mismanaged a PeopleSoft ERP project and caused deadlines to come and go with no results.

  • May 27, 2011 27 May'11

    Oracle Database 11g R2 High Availability sample book chapter

    Here is a sample chapter from Oracle Database 11g R2 High Availability, a new book from Oracle Press.

  • May 27, 2011 27 May'11

    Ensuring high availability in Oracle Database 11g R2

    Scott Jesse, senior manager for Oracle RAC customer support, discusses Oracle Database 11g Release 2 High Availability, a book he co-wrote this year.

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  • May 24, 2011 24 May'11

    Oracle senior VP gives cloud computing keynote at Collaborate

    In this video, Oracle SVP Steve Miranda gives a keynote on cloud computing and Oracle applications from the Collaborate 2011 conference earlier this year.

  • May 13, 2011 13 May'11

    Independent Oracle survey says: Loyalty might be waning

    A recent independent Oracle survey of IT professionals, 94% of them Oracle customers, found not only some disenchantment with Oracle, but also a strong possibility of disengagement.

  • May 05, 2011 05 May'11

    Oracle BI update adds support for Microsoft, SAP, iPad

    Oracle Business Intelligence 11.1.1.5 adds prebuilt integration with SAP Business Warehouse and Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services, as well as support for the iPhone and iPad.

  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    Is Oracle looking to kill HP-UX and HP NonStop?

    A recent survey of 450 IT users, almost 95% of them Oracle customers, largely agree that Oracle's announcement to drop development for Intel Itanium was a shot across the bow of HP, one of its main competitors.

  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    Will Oracle reduce how many platforms it supports?

    In a recent survey of 450 IT users, 95% of which were Oracle customers, it's obvious that users feel Oracle's recent Itanium support announcement isn't an isolated incident.

  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    Is Oracle pushing customers to adopt Oracle hardware?

    In a recent survey of 450 IT pros, 95% of which were Oracle customers, almost four-fifths felt that Oracle's announcement to drop development support of Intel Itanium was a first step in pushing customers toward Oracle hardware.

  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    IT user survey on Oracle Itanium announcement

    Gabriel Consulting Group recently asked 450 IT personnel, almost 95% of which are Oracle customers, what they thought about Oracle's announcement to drop development for Intel's Itanium chip.

  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    Will Oracle now hike support costs for Itanium customers?

    In a recent survey of 450 IT pros, 95% of them Oracle customers, nearly two-thirds said Oracle will now jack up support costs for Itanium customers now that it will no longer support development for the platform.

  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    Do Oracle users believe Intel's Itanium roadmap?

    A recent survey by Gabriel Consulting Group asked 450 IT users, 95% of them Oracle users, whether they believed Intel's own roadmap for its Itanium processor.

  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    Common traps in Oracle licensing audits

    Oracle license audits are a great opportunity for a company like Oracle to charge you more money. But knowing exactly what happens during an Oracle license audit can help in avoiding those extra fines.

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