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Oracle unveils visionary approach to security automation
“The way to prevent data theft is more automation. And we need a cyber defense system that automatically detects vulnerabilities and attacks."
Gemalto/Oracle Cloud partnership enables ‘bring your own security’
The partnership is set to smoothen the cloud journey for organisations by enabling their information to be protected throughout the process.
Oracle's Larry Ellison calls out AWS as slow and expensive
The Oracle founder demonstrated how their solution is much cheaper and faster than their key competitor.
Oracle launches new cloud-driven partner program
OPN says the offering rewards partners that demonstrate expertise, a successful track record, and customer satisfaction.
New Oracle database embraces a people-less future
Oracle, Chairman and CTO, Larry Ellison yesterday introduced the latest version of their database technologies.
Oracle Data Cloud launches Australian audience data solution
This announcement marks the first availability of Australia-specific audiences from the Oracle Data Cloud.
Misco opts with Oracle NetSuite because of local EU data centres
According to Misco, the decision was made easy given NetSuite’s range of data centres across Europe and in particular the Netherlands.
Dell EMC leading declining purpose-built backup appliance market
Dell EMC is continuing to hold top spot in the declining purpose-built backup appliance market as end users explore new technologies.
Rubicon Red prepares for PaaS and IaaS growth across Oracle Cloud
Australian-based cloud specialist firm Rubicon Red has prepared itself for a new phase in its growth after launching a new practice.
PrimeQ to build cloud infrastructure for NSW container deposit scheme
The company has been appointed by a joint venture of major Australian beverage suppliers.
Enterprise SaaS market to double in next three years
Microsoft is continuing to take the lead in the enterprise SaaS market, which is forecast to double in size over the coming three years.
Oracle's $60,000 gift to Kiwi bug researcher about sharing knowledge with the world
Traditionally organisations keep bug & vulnerability findings for themselves, but Oracle and Associate Professor Dietrich take a different approach.
Ireland to become ‘go-to location’ for businesses to interconnect in Europe
Startling findings from Equinix reveal bandwidth used in private data exchange between businesses to be 6x that of the public internet by 2020.
Aussie IT company deploys StorageCraft's disaster recovery tech
IntegrateIT utilises ShadowProtect’s virtualisation capabilities by initiating physical to virtual restores. For others, they perform restores to the
Exclusive interview: Oracle’s Rob Willis on digital transformation and the future of data centres
Rob discussed how his company has seen the scope of digital transformation.
Oracle expands access for cloud customers who want to keep data on-premise
Oracle has renewed its focus on cloud for customers who want to move workloads to cloud while keeping data on premises.
Oracle honours local partners at ANZ Partner Awards
Deloitte, Nextgen and M-Power are among the winners at Oracle's 2017 ANZ Partner Awards, held in Sydney.
Photo gallery: Oracle ANZ Partner Awards celebrate the year that's been
Around 100 partners congregated at the recent Oracle ANZ Partner Awards to toast those who have excelled in the past year.
4 things you need to know about Equinix in Australia
While we might be seen as the ‘land down under’ to the rest of the world, in reality, Australia is right in the heart of activity.
Equinix & Oracle - now offering direct access to Oracle Cloud in Sydney
67% of the Australian organisations surveyed are embracing cloud, using public or private cloud for more than one or two applications or workloads.
Trans-Tasman A-team: Aussie company wins NZ Post contract
The born-in-the-cloud Oracle partner has a workforce of over 100, and surprisingly, has only been in business since the beginning of 2016.
Going rogue: The challenges of AI in customer service
AI technologies are becoming increasingly sophisticated, and can add immense value to organisations — but they are by no means foolproof.
TmaxSoft: Opens new office in Hong Kong - ready to compete against Oracle
What TmaxSoft brings to the market is an alternative to infrastructure software that offers users a new path to digital transformation.
Crucial expands with its highest density server memory to date
The modules support a range computing applications including Microsoft SQL, Oracle, Microsoft Azure, VMware VDI, Cloudera, Hortonworks and SAP HANA.