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IBM’s MD steps down from NZTech board, Unitec and Oracle step in
"Lee was responsible for leading the board on a journey of constant improvement including the development of an excellent diversity policy."
Oracle to create 200 new jobs in new Sydney digital sales hub
Oracle will be building a new digital hub in Sydney that will create 200 new digital sales jobs in the company.
Rubicon Red switches on dual status as Oracle Cloud partner and customer
Australian-based cloud provider Rubicon Red is now becoming an Oracle PCS and SOACS customer - while being part of Oracle's PartnerNetwork.
Managing identity gap - Oracle unveils new data innovations
“To capitalise on this opportunity, marketers need to be able to manage audiences based on the engaged environment."
Rimini Street invests in growing A/NZ demand for Oracle & SAP
“As the market matures and organisations become increasingly canny about their IT spend."
Oracle takes on cloud security with Identity Cloud Service
Oracle has begun a big push into cloud security with the local launch of its Identity Cloud Service.
Presence of IT scoops Oracle's 2016 APAC HCM Cloud Partner of the Year award
Presence of IT has snapped up the Oracle Excellence Award for Specialized Partner of the Year – APAC in HCM Cloud Partner of the Year.
Oracle to buy cloud security vendor Palerra
“Palerra offers a unique combination of visibility into cloud usage, data security, user behaviour analytics, and security configuration."
Oracle accelerates data centre transformation with new MSP programme
"It enables us to work in tandem to provide the solutions and services needed to accelerate time to value and success in the Cloud."
Industry acquisitions improve Oracle cloud execution ahead of database and NetSuite influence
Oracle’s industry expertise will remain valuable on premises, but it has the opportunity to support differentiation of cloud applications.
Oracle leading the way with SaaS and PaaS, set to hit $2 billion mark
"We believe this will be the second year in a row that Oracle has sold more SaaS and PaaS than any cloud services provider."
Oracle inks major NZ Government deal
The agreement, which closely aligns with the Government’s ICT Strategy, allows NZ's government agencies to make use of Oracle's Cloud services.
Oracle acquires NetSuite for $9.3 billion price tag
Oracle is spending $9.3 billion to acquire 'complementary' cloud provider NetSuite, with the transaction expected to close as early as this year.
AU Red Cross Blood Service chooses new CX cloud platform
In addition to offering a personalised approach for blood donors, it is hoped that the system will lead to more blood being collected as demand grows.
Oracle appoints Brian Donn as head of CX Cloud Applications Business
Brian Donn will head Oracle's CX Cloud Applications Business across the Asia Pacific region to drive revenue growth and CX market share.
Fujitsu and Oracle form strategic alliance
"This will be a gateway for customers to achieve standardization, modernization, and globalization."
First quarter 2016 - worldwide converged systems generate billions
Worldwide Converged Systems revenue has increased 11.0% year-over-year in the first quarter of 2016, surpassing $2.5 Billion in Value.
Oracle to launch new digital sales hubs in Asia Pacific
Oracle has announced plans to digitise its sales programmes by building specialised hubs in the Asia Pacific region.
Digital marketing & DaaS lead the way for Oracle's Data Cloud
Oracle’s general manager of its Data Cloud, Omar Tawakol, explained how he's helping data-as-a-service users find a new world of data quality.
'Significant' opportunity for vendors in PaaS
"The number of PaaS influencers are set to increase while PaaS robustness will drive down the number of platforms, intensifying vendor competition."
Competition heats up between PaaS vendors IBM, Microsoft and Oracle
Over the next few years, Platform-as-a-Service providers will significantly improve solutions available, which will lead to widespread adoption.
Carrier cloud providers reassessing public cloud strategies
“Operators are onboarding enterprise platforms from vendors like SAP,, Oracle and Microsoft and offering the applications in an as-a-service."
Big players losing as they fail to capitalise on booming PaaS market
IBM and Oracle are losing out as they fail to capitalise on the booming PaaS market and concede share to specialists, open source and cloud providers.
ASG nets $10 million Oracle analytics deal for ABS
ASG Group has signed a $10 million deal to provide the Australian Bureau of Statistics with an Oracle enterprise analytics solution.