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The cloud may have jumped forward over the past few years but that doesn't mean managing these services has got any simpler.
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Amazon ups the ante on its Mayday button, which is going to be used in the enterprise too with the help of Salesforce. Your benchmark: A response in under 10 seconds.
Signs are that SAP's cloud initiatives may be paying off even among the very largest businesses, the traditional home of on-premise software.
Because of the number of firms using its databases, Oracle has high hopes for its in-memory database architecture.