- January 13, 2005
Many IT managers would like to switch to enterprise Linux, but balk at having to port existing applications to a new platform. Fear not, for porting existing apps to Linux doesn't have to be a head-banging activity, says application development ...
- January 12, 2005
Deloitte consultants have found 10 challenges and opportunities that are most pressing for CIOs in 2005. They've also found one undeniable fact - that the CIO has become an essential part of the executive suite.
- January 10, 2005
New Oracle Database Lite release extends the grid to mobile workers.
- January 06, 2005
Oracle executive John Wookey, who is expected to take over the reins of Oracle's restructured applications division, speaks about the future of Oracle CRM products and the E-Business Suite in a recent interview with SearchOracle.com.
- January 05, 2005
Oracle is making changes to its applications division as part of its merger with rival PeopleSoft. Oracle executive Ron Wohl is expected to step down as head of the applications software division.
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Sponsored by Intel - Businesses are excited about artificial intelligence (AI) and the benefits it offers, but like so many new technologies, that potential can be wasted if you don’t know where to begin the journey to production-ready AI. See More
Sponsored by Intel - The cloud is a natural fit for CIOs that wish to evaluate artificial intelligence (AI) because it lends itself to proof of concept (POC) and experimentation without the need for buying hardware that might ultimately not be required. See More
Sponsored by Intel - Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are generating interest from IT leaders eager to discover how the technologies can help their business meet the constant demands of driving down costs, achieving growth, deriving insights from data, making decisions faster and improving efficiency. See More
- January 04, 2005
Oracle has named its top executives Charles E. Phillips Jr. and Safra Catz as co-presidents of the newly merged company with PeopleSoft, according to papers filed last week with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
- January 03, 2005
The battle to acquire PeopleSoft took 18 months, but Oracle plans to have the combined companies running together immediately. Here's what analysts think of those prospects.
- December 29, 2004
TechTarget group publisher Paul Gillin offers up his annual predictions for the year ahead, and forecasts a pay hike for IT pros, a potential new owner for Apple and the rise of Linux, spyware and searching on the desktop.
- December 23, 2004
IT departments struggled with vague rules, lurking auditors and eager vendors on the road to becoming compliant. Too bad this is just the beginning.
- December 22, 2004
If you're a Linux supporter, this was the year to be here. While open source databases lack the functionality of Oracle and SQL Server, they've still caused a uproar in 2004.
- December 21, 2004
Marc Hebert, executive vice president of Indian outsourcing firm Sierra Atlantic isn't afraid of controversy. In fact, Hebert said he craves it.
Hebert has been on national television pushing the benefits of offshore outsourcing. A ...
- December 20, 2004
A look at some of the newsworthy moments of 2004, as told from those in the trenches and ripped from the headlines.
- December 20, 2004
IT workers looking to improve their standing in the job market should look to open source, Web services and security-related skill and certification sets, according to recent research.
- December 20, 2004
As more IT jobs get outsourced to offshore locations, employees are lucky to get additional training paid by their employer. But when they do receive free training, how much time do they owe their employer?
- December 16, 2004
While industry players met last week to discuss the need for RFID skills, many CIOs still aren't sold on the technology.