Posts in tag

Oracle Cloud


Over the past few years, a very important IT trend has emerged: Companies that once thought a single public cloud could meet all their needs now realize that is not the case. Far from it. A recent Wall Street Journal story takes a good look at the rapid rise of multi-cloud, quoting analysts, customers, and tech execs who …

The pandemic has accelerated the digitization of our society and pushed new thinking on how we can use data and technology to automate and simplify interactions. Connected Internet of Things (IoT) sensors are fueling new business opportunities and revenue streams. Central to this growing market is Vodafone Business, which provides world-class connectivity services. Ranked a …

Advanced data technologies are poised to revolutionize farming in a way that enriches the world with greater food security and sustainability. With collaboration between Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension and Lyles School of Civil Engineering at Purdue University, Drs. Juan Landivar and Jinha Jung’s Digital Agriculture team is at the forefront of combining age-old …

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust supply chains to the center of attention over the past year, and companies are seeking technologies to help build robust and resilient logistics processes that support sustained growth and success. The massive disruption of the past 12+ months has underscored the critical importance of re-platforming, transforming, and evolving supply chain …

In the last year, many companies found that they didn’t have the flexibility or visibility they needed as the pandemic spread around the world. “The CFOs and CEOs I talk with say that digital finance transformation is no longer just a vision, but for many it’s a necessity to survive, especially during this time,” said …

Over the last few years, Oracle has quietly morphed into a cloud computing power player although its stock price has yet to reflect that new reality, according to a recent Barron’s cover story. The company’s full complement of business applications plus its burgeoning cloud infrastructure business give it a big advantage in cloud computing at …

Mental health challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic have impacted workers differently depending on their seniority, generation, and location according to a new report by Oracle and Workplace Intelligence, a HR research and advisory firm. The study of more than 12,000 employees, managers, HR leaders and C-Suite executive across 11 countries, found that C-suite executives …

To help organizations increase the efficiency of their global supply chains, Oracle announced new logistics capabilities within Oracle Fusion Cloud Supply Chain & Manufacturing (SCM). The updates to Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) and Oracle Global Trade Management (GTM), a part of Oracle Cloud SCM, help customers reduce costs, make better planning decisions, and improve customer …

As someone who’s covered databases on and off for—well never mind for how long—there’s always been a tension between the secure fortress that is the corporate database and the need of normal people to make the most and best use of that data. That’s one major problem addressed by the new Oracle APEX cloud service. …

Oracle announced that Cybereason, a leader in future-ready protection, adopted Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) as its preferred platform to power the Cybereason Defense Platform and support its global expansion. The two companies are working together to help protect enterprises against advanced cybersecurity threats at every endpoint and across the enterprise. With Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s global …