Oracle

Gone In A Flash: Oracle Lays Off Hundreds As The Biz Formerly Known As Pillar Data Is Shuttered

The conference call equivalent of being taken round the back and... Oracle is shuttering its flash storage division and laying off at least 300 employees, according to various sources.…

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Software Giant Oracle Sues Blockchain Startup Over Similar Name

Software giant Oracle is suing a blockchain venture capital startup for trademark infringement and “cybersquatting,” reports Computer Reseller News. Oracle, based in Redwood City, California, has alleged CryptoOracle LLC and its owner Louis...
Related topics: Blockchain, Startup, Trademarks

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Jeanne Bliss Of Customerbliss: Delivering Great Customer Experiences Starts With Showing Them Real...

Oracle recently conducted a study of 1,100 US consumers. And last week the company released a report of the findings called “One Size Doesn’t Fit All.” Oracle created the report in partnership with and features analysis by Jeanne...

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Here Are 12 Of The Most Important Executives Leading Oracle’s Big Push To Take On Amazon,...

Oracle is known as a major enterprise IT player, but it has struggled for a bigger presence in the fast-growing cloud market which is dominated by Amazon, Microsoft and Google. These 12 executives are leading Oracle's bid to expand its reach in...
Related topics: Amazon, Microsoft, Google

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Free Supported Java Turns Up In Latest Sql Server 2019 Preview

Microsoft: Why pay Oracle when you can pay us for Big Data Clusters? Microsoft will be including free support for Java with SQL Server 2019 in a move that involves a little shade thrown at arch-rival Oracle.…
Related topics: Java, Databases, Servers, Microsoft

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Virtualbox 6.0.10 Adds Uefi Secure Boot Driver Signing Support On Ubuntu, Debian

Oracle released VirtualBox 6.0.10 as the fifth maintenance release in the latest VirtualBox 6.0 series, fixing various issues and adding some exciting enhancements for Linux users. VirtualBox 6.0.10 comes more than two months after the previous...
Related topics: Linux, Ubuntu

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How Private Is Your Browser’s Private Mode? Research Into Porn Suggests “not Very”

Thought using Incognito mode might keep such searching private? Facebook, Google, and even Oracle have more of your Web usage in their sights than you might think. A forthcoming research paper [PDF] from researchers at Microsoft, Carnegie...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, Google, Microsoft

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Anticipating The Merger Of Apple And Oracle

Like a lot of you, after reading about the departure of Jony Ive, I'm trying to wrap my head around Apple without a design focus. Now this isn't as hard as you might think, given the last truly successful Apple product came out around a decade ago...
Related topics: Apple

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Ibm Is Spinning Off Its Advertising Business, Ibm Watson Marketing, And It Could Be Bad News For...

IBM is spinning off its advertising business, IBM Watson Marketing. New CEO Mark Simpson said the new company would be "the largest independent marketing cloud" and poised to take on Adobe, Oracle, and Salesforce. Marketing clouds have been on a...
Related topics: IBM, Marketing, Adobe, Salesforce

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Ibm's Watson Marketing Breaks Off Into Separate Company

On its first day as a standalone business, the new company says it's mature yet agile enough to take on major competitors like Adobe, Oracle and Salesforce.
Related topics: IBM, Marketing, Adobe, Salesforce

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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.
Related topics: Startup

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Oracle Adds Dedicated Autonomous Database Instances, Developer Tools

The updates land as Oracle is seeing more enterprise customers trial the Autonomous Database. With the Autonomous Database, Oracle is looking to automate and optimize the upkeep of its database to save labor costs.
Related topics: Databases

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Rip Dyn Dynamic Dns :'( Oracle To End Dyn-asty By Axing Freshly Gobbled Services, Shoving Customers...

Meanwhile, staff face cuts – and doesnotexist.com may not exist by next year Oracle is sharpening its ax for the Dyn networking biz it acquired in 2016, with plans to slash jobs and switch off services.…

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This Week In Security: Sack Of Death, Rambleed, Hibp For Sale, And Oracle Weblogic — Again!

Netflix isn’t the first name to come to mind when considering security research firms, but they make heavy use of FreeBSD in their content delivery system and do security research as a result. Their first security bulletin of the year, not...
Related topics: Netflix

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Top Analyst Upgrades And Downgrades: Adobe, Apple, Bloom Energy, Commscope, Dell, Hp, Oracle,...

These are the top analyst upgrades and downgrades for Thursday, June 20, 2019. There are many stocks to Buy, including ASML, CommScope, Adobe, Oracle and others.
Related topics: Adobe, Apple, Dell, Tesla, Asml

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Oracle Delivers Strong Q4 On Netsuite, Fusion Erp, Hcm Margins

Oracle has downshifted and downsized its hardware business and that's helping operating margins.

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Oracle Launches Exadata X8 With Automated Indexing, Performance Improvements

Exadata is part of Oracle's plan to popularize its Autonomous Database and convince enterprises to use the converged infrastructure to consolidate.
Related topics: Databases

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Cryptocurrency Hackers Sneak Malware Into Oracle Servers To Mine Monero

Security researchers have identified yet another cryptocurrency mining malware. This time it’s installing itself on enterprise application servers, and using a clever trick to remain hidden. If that wasn’t enough, the malware has already claimed...
Related topics: Hackers, Computer Security, Malware, Servers

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There's A Snowflake In Washington: Microsoft Lets Data Warehouser In On Azure Government

What did you think we meant? Not content entwining with Oracle, Microsoft has added another third-party database tech to Azure – this time to the Government incarnation of its cloudy platform.…
Related topics: Microsoft, Databases

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Heavyweight Notorious For Aggressive Licensing Practices Hooks Its Cloud Up To Oracle's

Microsoft's Azure brought in to plug gaps in Big Red's product Microsoft got together with Oracle today to fling interoperability at users of Azure and the latter's less-loved Cloud.…
Related topics: Microsoft

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