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A key part of the rise in revenue is expected to come from the mainframe business, which got a boost from the launch of Z14 during Q3.
New offerings are designed to manage the fast-growing technical skills gap through usable expertise, intelligence and automation.
When experts get together to talk storage, the convergence of storage media and memory inside new-generation data centers and network fabrics is top of mind.
Shared Mobility Solutions is an app for smartphones that uses more than 26 billion miles of historical driving behavior data and years of transportation expertise to determine personal driving metrics for insurance providers.
Company extends big data platform to add interactive functionality that enables self-service exploration of entire big data sets in real time.
Oracle is the latest major IT provider to offer a blockchain cloud service; IBM and Microsoft have both been offering their own version of this for a while.
eWEEK interviewed Oracle Executive Vice-President Steve Miranda about the high-level of the company's cloud and application news at OpenWorld 2017.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Oracle's Adaptive Intelligence is being built into existing cloud apps to provide more decision-making ability for line-of-business users.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In opening keynote at Oracle OpenWorld, Larry Ellison says both the Autonomous Database Cloud and a new security system use machine learning for automation to eliminate human labor, human error and manual tuning.
New control enables enterprises to safely deploy AI to drive better customer experiences while maintaining compliance, especially for the coming GDPR.
Product information management (PIM) means managing the information required to market and sell products through distribution channels.
IT transformation itself isn’t news; that’s what been keeping the tech business in business for more than three generations. This, however, is about server upgrades that add much more functionality than previously.