Oracle chief executive Larry Ellison is set to buy a Hawaiian island, according to a statement from the US state's governor Neil Abercrombie.
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The International College of Management Sydney has taken the first steps towards swapping out its ageing student management system in order to automate manual processes and allow students to deal with the college online.
Sometimes old is good, but in the case of the Warrnambool Cheese and butter factory, management felt that when an old system ran the risk of alienating employees who've grown used to user friendly Windows-type systems, it's time to make a change.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia has once again shelled out for an Exadata V2 Database Machine.
NRMA motoring services upgraded to Oracle's 11g database at the end of last year from 9i, carrying out the migration in just two hours.
Technology integrator SMS Management and Technology has made good on its promise to purchase companies for growth, snapping up Oracle specialist Bright Blue Solutions.
Information Technology isn't generally an art, but Aristocrat chief information officer Angelo Grasso likened his greatest achievement this year to a "graceful beautiful swan".
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group chief executive Mike Smith said today he'd look to harbour more of its operations offshore in the future as he also discussed details of the bank's beefed up technology spend.
An Oracle-based system used to administer grants for the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) was not up to the task of monitoring the billions of dollars which has passed through it over the years, the federal auditor-general has said.
Darwin-based IT services company CSG has announced plans to acquire Oracle consultant Delexian.