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Oracle: Don't forget about HR when it comes to digital transformation
Oracle has added new Human Capital Management (HCM) cloud solutions to its portfolio with the intention of further driving HR transformation.
Oracle NZ back in black - despite declining revenue
Oracle New Zealand has bounced back into net profit, despite the company recording a drop in revenue for financial 2015.
Analytics services big opportunity for vendors
"IBM, SAP, Microsoft and Oracle continue to lead the market, while the consulting and system integration vendor landscape remains fragmented."
Citirix, HP and IBM lead the pack in storage visualisation market
The storage virtualisation market is highly competitive, but some vendors are standing out from the crowd. Technavio has identified the top six.
Server and storage revenues on the rise
"A select group of vendors including IBM and Oracle will sustain proprietary revenue streams by aligning their platforms with modern use cases."
Oracle expands cloud business with new acquisition
Oracle is acquiring cloud software company Ravello Systems in a deal designed to help speed customers' transition to the cloud.
Oracle stakes claim on local storage market; seeks new partners
Oracle has appointed a new storage channel business development manager and is looking for new partners as it eyes up the local storage market.
New CEO heralds more aggressive stance for UXC Red Rock
The appointment of Philip Milne as UXC Red Rock CEO will see the company competing 'more aggressively' in the Oracle market.
Oracle unveils new partner cloud program
"Our rapid growth and extensive SaaS, PaaS and IaaS cloud portfolio presents an unparalleled opportunity for partners and customers alike."
Oracle Cloud heads to Sydney with Equinix
Equinix is bringing Oracle's cloud services to Sydney, providing direct access to the vendor's public platform and infrastructure services.
NEC OneBox – quick deployment of Oracle solutions
NEC and Oracle have showed off the new OneBox suite of appliances at an exclusive partner briefing.
APAC, wise up before you miss out on cloud advantages
APAC businesses recognise the benefits of agility, however technologies such as Platform-as-a-service are not being fully utilised.
Jetstar launches kinetic email campaign with Oracle cloud
Jetstar has selected the services of cloud provider Oracle in order to deliver a new interactive email marketing campaign to Jetstar customers.
Adobe's digital marketing platform on top - for now
Adobe's strong strategic positioning and product dominance is slipping, with other vendors exploiting its lack of e-commerce and 'big picture' vision.
Cloud-based ERP offers big opportunities says Oracle
"We have our hardware. We have our technology and we have our applications. As a company we are moving all of that to a service orientation."
NetSuite CEO reacts angrily to 'FrankenCloud' accusation
NetSuite's Zach Nelson has hits out at FinanicalForce.com: “It’s always good when people lie. It’s excellent marketing."
Integrated infrastructure market surges into billion dollar territory
The integrated infrastructure and platform market ‘surged’ past the US$1 billion mark in 2014 and continues to rapidly expand.
Oracle leading as vendor revenue grows in integrated systems market
IDC:The industry saw competitive dynamics shift with major vendors forming new partnerships. This is sure to set a new competitive landscape for 2015.
Oracle NZ financials show drop in revenue from 2013
Oracle New Zealand has released its latest annual financial report, with a drop in figures from 2013
Oracle to provide Data as a Service with Datalogix
Oracle has acquired Datalogix, which provides consumer information for digital marketing and advertising.
Leveraging Nimble's partner ecosystem to reduce project risk
Customers leverage Nimble’s converged infrastructure solution, SmartStack, built on Cisco UCS and pre-validated through ecosystem partners including C
VMob releases half-year results as it chases international growth
Having a presence in the United States will also allow VMob to take full advantage of the increasing number of integration opportunities with leading
Ellison 'steps down' from Oracle
Oracle founder Larry Ellison is stepping down as chief executive after 37 years at the helm of the company.
HP leads the way as worldwide server shipments nudge ahead
"The second quarter of 2014 produced relatively weak growth on a global level, with mixed results by platform."