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Ellison skips Oracle keynote for America's Cup
With over 60,000 people registered to attend this year's OpenWorld conference, hundreds streamed out of the centre after hearing the news.
Oracle Cloud Day: Kiwis top global social usage
Live from the Oracle Cloud Day in Auckland, Futurist and Entrepreneur Ross Dawson tells the audience "we are connected. And isn't that a fantastic thi
Your invite to the world's most complete cloud for the enterprise
Mobile, social, and cloud are redefining how business gets done. Discover what your company can do to take advantage at Oracle's Cloud Day.
Hey Samsung, leave our Apple alone
Intel, Microsoft and Oracle come to the aid of Apple after plans to ban iPhone 4 sales following Samsung fallout.
Is Oracle's Database 12c set to surprise?
Company recently announced the long-expected release of the next edition of its flagship data platform, Oracle Database 12c, with a few surprises.
Microsoft on hand for Oracle's cloud-computing push
Company set to reveal plans to move into the cloud-computing market, cemented by partnerships with Microsoft and Salesforce.com.
Hurd: Oracle must do better
Co-president Mark Hurd promises to make the company easier to work with, citing a closer relationship with user groups.
Oracle unveils world’s fastest microprocessor
Vendor releases SPARC servers - the "world's fastest microprocessor" setting 17 world records.
Oracle buys network manager Tekelec
Software maker makes deal due to increase in network signaling and data traffic.
No sales no gains as Oracle misses Q3 targets
Software maker blames an expanding salesforce for a pretty big miss during third-quarter software sales, does this mean a resounding boost during Q4?
Cloudwashing: Cut that sh*t out, Oracle et al
Caught up in the hype, the tech industry falls over itself to be part of the next big thing – whether that’s the case in reality or not.
Oracle opens data centre to meet demand
New Australian data centre aimed at serving regional cloud customers.
Oracle leads the way in BI tools for telcos
But Ovum finds telcos’ quest for 360-degree customer view is held back by vendors’ struggles to integrate IT and network data.
Java security concerns not over yet
The recently discovered vulnerability has been finally patched by Oracle, but exploitation continues on computers that have not been updated.
Oracle fixes Java problems
Company releases fix for the flaw in Java software.
Oracle fixing Java issues after security scare
Users told "a fix will be available shortly" after warnings last week about the application.
Nimble start-up’s aggressive market play
Silicon Valley start-up Nimble Storage is hitting the New Zealand market. Heather Wright talks to the company’s Asia Pacific executives about their pl
New CEO for CA Technologies
Former Taleo Corp President to join company in early 2013.
IDC Australia appoints new ANZ analyst
"Now more than ever there is a need for evidence based research and analysis to cut through the hype."
Silicon Valley tech trip fast-tracks business growth
Successful trade mission to America for Kiwis as companies follow up potential breakthrough leads in the industry.
Oracle ups ID management
Oracle has introduced new password security features into its Identity Management 11g Release 2, while embracing the mobile and cloud movements and ex
Cisco growing into the server market - Westcon
WestCon's NZ office talks about Cisco UCS & the VCE partnership.
Mayer appoints new Yahoo CFO
Plans to turn around the flagging internet company begin with the appointment of a Silicon Valley veteran.
Oracle repairs Java software bug
Days after PC users became vulnerable to hacker attacks, Oracle fixes Java software breach.