By ZDNet UK
for Between the Lines
| September 9, 2004 -- 21:57 GMT (14:57 PDT)
| Topic: Oracle
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Oracle launches Blockchain Applications Cloud
The initial applications, built with Oracle's Blockchain Cloud Service, are tailored for supply chain use cases.
Oracle introduces new enterprise digital assistant
Oracle acquires DataFox, brings AI-based company data management to cloud apps
DataFox uses artificial intelligence to help clients gain an up-to-date view of customer accounts and organizations.
Larry Ellison pitches Oracle's Gen 2 Cloud as purpose-built for enterprise
At Oracle OpenWorld, the CTO appealed to customers with significant database workloads -- and those looking for an AWS alternative.
Oracle adds intelligent features across cloud applications
In addition to updating ERP, HCM, CX and Data Cloud applications, Oracle is introducing subscription management
Oracle buys goBalto to expand Health Sciences business
goBalto makes cloud software that aims to accelerate clinical drug trials.
IBM: We're protesting over Pentagon's $10bn winner-take-all JEDI cloud deal
IBM fears that the JEDI deal is aimed at 'one specific vendor', which is not Big Blue.
Google: Here's why we're pulling out of Pentagon's $10bn JEDI cloud race
Google won't bid for the Department of Defense's massive cloud contract because it could conflict with its AI principles against developing weapons.
Norway's petabyte plan: Store everything ever published in a 1,000-year archive
From ancient manuscripts to movies, the National Library of Norway wants to put it all online for the public.