Oracle in Focus: Enterprise Apps and Infrastructure

On this episode of CXOTalk, we bring together three top industry analysts to examine Oracle and its market position.

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During the recent OpenWorld 2016, Oracle announced a variety of products and initiatives designed to deepen its commitment to the cloud. Given Oracle's size and scope, examining the company's market position and products demands nuance and analysis.

For this episode, we bring together three top industry analysts to examine Oracle and its market position. All three of today's participants, including host Michael Krigsman, are members of the prestigious Enterprise Irregulars group.

Michael Fauscette is the chief research officer at G2 Crowd, a platform and community where people can connect and share experiences about business software. Prior to joining G2 Crowd, Mr. Fauscette spent ten years as an executive and senior analysts at technology market research firm IDC,

Louis Columbus is the Director of Global Cloud Product Management at Ingram Cloud with a background in marketing, product management, sales, and industry analyst roles in enterprise software and IT industries. His writing focuses on covering CRM, Cloud Computing, ERP, and Enterprise Software.

Larry Dignan is Editor-in-Chief of ZDNet. He leads the editorial team in ZDNet coverage of the stories and events that impact today's business professionals and oversees the ZDNet blog network, which features some of the most authoritative and well-respected voices in the IT community.

CXO-Talk offers weekly video conversations with the most innovative and thoughtful business leaders in the world. Michael Krigsman, founder and co-host, is recognized internationally as an industry analyst, strategy advisor, enterprise advocate, and industry commentator.

You can view this interview and other episodes at the CXO-Talk site.


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