- February 11, 2009
Michael Lairson, author of Oracle CRM on Demand Reporting, shares tips for using the reporting feature, such as optimizing report performance and solving common reporting problems.
- February 05, 2009
SearchOracle.com talks with Raymond Payne from the OAUG about his views on Fusion applications, how to prepare for its release and his advice on everything from Exadata to surviving a recession.
- January 29, 2009
Oracle's database auditing tool, Audit Vault, can now collect data from two more non-Oracle databases, IBM's DB2 and Sybase's Adaptive Server.
- January 19, 2009
Oracle customers reveal their New Year's resolutions, and one analyst says now is the time for customers to push Oracle on GRC.
- December 30, 2008
Oracle analysts weigh in with advice for improving Oracle database security and upgrading to new Oracle applications in 2009.
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- December 18, 2008
Database in the cloud, database in a box, the ongoing battle with SAP and another major acquisition. The past year was anything but quiet for Oracle.
- December 09, 2008
Two years after dropping Siebel for Rimini Street CRM support, Enable Holdings is confident it made the right decision.
- November 04, 2008
The Gallup Organization has chosen Oracle's Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition to let clients analyze employee and customer surveys.
- October 27, 2008
Cloud partnerships with Amazon and Intel, a new data center in Utah and its own SaaS applications have left some puzzling over Oracle's strategy.
- October 15, 2008
In part two of our look at Oracle Fusion Applications, we look ahead to what customers and analysts are saying about what they've seen and what they expect.
- October 14, 2008
In part one of our look at Oracle's Fusion Applications, we look back at vague promises and timelines execs have provided since Oracle first embarked on "Project Fusion."
- October 08, 2008
Following its purchase of a maker of 3D visualization software for retailers, Oracle is getting into portfolio management with its purchase of Primavera.
- October 06, 2008
SearchOracle talks with Ian Abramson from the IOUG about his goals as president, the IOUG's role at Oracle OpenWorld and the surprising results of two recent IOUG surveys on security and DBA salaries.
- October 01, 2008
A lab at Harvard Medical School is one of the first customers to test Oracle cloud computing, an initiative Oracle announced last week.
- September 29, 2008
Intermap is the first company to store 3D elevation data in an Oracle 11g database. In this podcast, Intermap's senior director of information management explains the upgrade.