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Does Oracle Have The Most Comprehensive Cloud On Planet Earth?

Does Oracle Have The Most Comprehensive Cloud On Planet Earth? The reasoning behind the question posed in the title to this article is the claim made by Oracle founder and CEO Larry Ellison. In a presentation to introduce his company’s latest suite of cloud computing services (See: Things All Cloudy: Oracle Takes The Inevitable Plunge),

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Things All Cloudy: Oracle Takes The Inevitable Plunge

Things All Cloudy: Oracle Takes The Inevitable Plunge The past week has witnessed Oracle making good on a pledge to adapt the (otherwise inevitable) shift towards cloud computing. The announcementcomes in an altogether different fashion, studded with overwhelming hardware and software resources, a fair mix of misdirection and a whole lot of competitor-bashing. Be reminded

What Will The Taleo Purchase Bring To Oracle?

What Will The Taleo Purchase Bring To Oracle?

What Will The Taleo Purchase Bring To Oracle? On 9 February 2012, Oracle announced its purchase of human resources management software maker Taleo Corp. for $1.9 billion. Taleo’s cloud-based talent management solutions optimize how organizations hire, manage, develop and motivate employees to improve performance and drive growth. The $1.9 billion price values Taleo at $46

Quotes About Cloud Computing (And Some Background Information On Them)

Quotes About Cloud Computing (And Some Background Information On Them) “Quotes are nothing but inspiration for the uninspired.” When I decided to go for further studies after six years in the corporate world, two top US universities offered me a full scholarship. While I was contemplating which one to join, one of my future MBA

Analysis: Investors look to cloud for tech stock picks

BOSTON (Reuters) – Jeffrey Saut simply looks up to remind himself which tech stocks will be hot in 2011. Saut, chief investment strategist for brokerage Raymond James, says he is betting on companies that are leaders in cloud computing — using Internet technology to move computers and information away from desktops and into remote data