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National security concerns have reportedly arisen from the PRISM saga as many of China's core IT systems are dominated by foreign hardware and software firms.
Officially, Red Hat still isn't saying that MariaDB, instead of Oracle's MySQL, will be its default database management system in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. But off-the-record people close to Red Hat tell a different story.
Oracle's latest survey attempts to reveal "the good, the bad, and the ugly" sides of the cloud for business managers.
Oracle says that Forrester's sample size was small and questions were skewed to the negative when asking customers about the company's Fusion application strategy.
"Despite Oracle’s extensive marketing efforts, our survey results and our daily inquiries with Oracle customers suggest that Oracle’s strategy and road map for Oracle Fusion Applications isn’t getting through," says Forrester Research.
NRMA and Coles have chosen Oracle to help their businesses deal with customers and keep track of purchasing trends.
UPDATE: Oracle shares are down after rumors circulated that executive vice president Keith Block is the one who will be exiting the company this week -- if he hasn't already.
The latest upgrade survey published by Oracle User Group Survey does not make good reading for Oracle or its customers.
Oracle reported strong fourth quarter earnings as database and application sales surged, but hardware system revenue was a bit light relative to expectations.
The SaaS provider saw a 34-percent jump in revenue in the first quarter, but the purchase of seven companies and significant investment on marketing led to a dip in profits
The company's Financial Services Data Warehouse is designed to handle high-volume computations and load data quickly
The company's Oracle Financial Services Data Warehouse hits on the common theme in enterprise software circles of targeting specific verticals with optimized software and hardware.
The company has reported strong financial results for its second quarter, as it plans to expand the reach of its Exadata platform
The extent to which Oracle customers are dissatisfied with service quality and cost should ring alarm bells. This report explains why.
As the Oracle vs. SAP lawsuit over TomorrowNow chugs along there's an interesting race against the clock setting up. Oracle wants to subpoena Hewlett-Packard CEO Leo Apotheker just as HP's earnings date nears.
And so it begins. Oracle revealed this week that one of its business partners, developer Ndevr, has created a greenhouse gas management and reporting module that fits in with its core Oracle E-Business Suite and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne financials applications.
SingTel Optus subsidiary Virgin Mobile Australia has selected Oracle's Exadata kit as it presses ahead with its massive operational restructure.
Did you know that 36 U.S. states expect water shortages by 2013? A new report about water conservation, sponsored by Oracle, looks at how smart grid policies could help manage our most precious natural resource.
In the wake of reporting its best second-quarter operating margin ever, Oracle says it expects the EU to approve its purchase of Sun
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