By ZDNet UK
for Between the Lines
| September 9, 2004 -- 21:57 GMT (14:57 PDT)
| Topic: Oracle
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Google employees protest: 'Don't bid for border control cloud contract'
Google workers are demanding the company doesn't bid for an immigration contract, even though it already supplies the agency with cloud services.
Pentagon $10bn JEDI cloud contract: We're probing for misconduct, says defense watchdog
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Oracle buys Brazilian firm Oxygen Systems
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Oracle revamps startup program in a long-tail play for cloud growth
By inviting more startups to adopt Oracle Cloud, the enterprise giant is hoping to build inroads with the tech leaders of the future.
Oracle adds dedicated Autonomous Database instances, developer tools
Oracle delivers strong Q4 on NetSuite, Fusion ERP, HCM margins
Oracle has downshifted and downsized its hardware business and that's helping operating margins.
Oracle patches another actively-exploited WebLogic zero-day
New wave of attacks against Oracle WebLogic servers using a brand new zero-day detected over the weekend.