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Oracle NetSuite rolls out “world’s first” intelligent cloud suite
The system is said to deliver the insight, interaction and automation that customers now demand to grow their businesses with AI and machine learning.
What Artificial Intelligence and golf have in common
Oracle compares implementing AI for business to something we all know and love, the sport of golf.
NetSuite’s big artificial intelligence play exposed
The cloud enterprise system vendor has announced its artificial intelligence plans.
Marketing platform makes recommendations personal across user channels
Consumers increasingly expect a personalised and relevant shopping experience whenever and however they interact with a brand.
GlobalData: AWS, lower cloud adoption barriers or face being overtaken
GlobalData has released commentary reporting Amazon's days at the top of the cloud market could be numbered unless it makes some changes.
Rubicon Red announces Oracle PaaS and IaaS momentum
Rubicon Red announced three new Oracle Partner Network specialisations.
6 ways your manual payroll system could be increasing your risk profile
Bill Gates was right: business and risk do go hand-in-hand.
2018: When AI will humanise the workplace - HR Trends for Australasia
Oracle talks about the major AI-driven trends that we'll see this year in HR.
“As revolutionary as the Internet” - Oracle CTO unveils new autonomous database
“This technology changes everything."
Exclusive Interview: Oracle on AI and enterprise technology challenges
Siddhartha Agarwal discusses Oracle's approach to AI and a number of other pressing issues for the enterprise space.
Aconex shareholders vote in favour of Oracle acquisition
Oracle initially announced the (US) $1.2 billion deal in December last year.
5 reasons why Japan is a global data center powerhouse
Moreover, in 2016, Google launched its first Japanese cloud region in Tokyo and second in Asia Pacific.
Breaking down the $26 billion global bare metal cloud market
The report expects the maintenance service segment to witness substantial growth owing to the need for regular maintenance post installation.
DXC Technology acquires local Oracle partner M-Power Solutions
DXC says the acquisition positions them as the leading provider of Oracle Cloud solutions in A/NZ.
Oracle Cloud ramps up network and application protection with Zenedge acquisition
Oracle is getting ready to take over Zenedge, a DDoS mitigation, WAF, API protection and bot management company.
Tech Data partners with Dbvisit in A/NZ
Tech Data announced that it has been appointed as a distributor for Dbvisit.
NextDC brings Oracle FastConnect to Aussie customers
One of Australia’s top Data Centre-as-a-Service providers NextDC is adding Oracle FastConnect to its list of cloud offerings.
Oracle to build 12 new data centers around the world
“With our expanded, modern data centers, Oracle is uniquely suited to deliver the most autonomous technologies in the world.”
Oracle makes massive investment in autonomous cloud platform services
The company is introducing an enhanced suite of autonomous services across its entire cloud platform.
Bank South Pacific taps Oracle to lead digital transformation project
The bank is implementing Oracle’s FLEXCUBE solution and its Digital Banking Experience product in an effort to drive customer service innovation.
Former Intel president launches rival chip company
“We have an opportunity with cloud computing to take a fresh approach with products that are built to address the new software ecosystem."
Cloud is confusing, deliberately
The next time someone mentions “cloud” I encourage you to ask “What type of cloud do you mean?”
Oracle MICROS POS vulnerability may compromise 330,000 POS systems
A vulnerability in Oracle’s POS systems may affect more than 330,000 payment systems across the globe, putting files and sensitive information at risk
Oracle vs Rimini Street - lessons for the A/NZ channel
The US legal battle over software copyright could have consequences for vendors and providers here in Australia and New Zealand.