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Miss an Oracle Meeting? Try America’s Cup Excuse

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Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has his priorities straight: Rather than give a keynote at Oracle’s customer conference OpenWorld on Tuesday, and also rather than participate in a quarterly conference call with analysts, Larry was watching his America’s Cup yachting team. Examining many years of tech conference keynotes, there are no reports of CEO’s bailing on their own speeches for extra-curricular activities, so Ellison’s dedication to sport over company may represent a first. While it’s not known whether Ellison took a… continue…

Is Oracle Hiding its Data-Analytics Strategy?

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Oracle Jumping Aboard In-Memory Bandwagon

The in-memory option for Oracle’s 12c database is clearly meant to counter SAP’s HANA in-memory technology. continue…

Salesforce, Workday Form Yet Another Data Alliance

The new partnership could increase the potential audience for both companies’ services, while angering Oracle. continue…

SAP Barging into Salesforce’s Social Territory

SAP has a newfound interest in sentiment analysis and data-mining social networks. continue…

Oracle Getting Into the App-Design Game

Its data-analytics app designer is intended to be easy to use. But what does “easy to use” actually mean? continue…

Larry Ellison Believes Apple is Doomed

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The onetime Apple board member and Oracle CEO thinks Apple without its co-founder can only crash and burn. continue…

The Next Big Data Battle: Utilities

IBM’s HyRef is just one of a growing number of analytics platforms seeking to dominate the utilities industry. continue…

IBM Furloughing U.S. Hardware Employees

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Despite forcing some employees to take an unpaid week off, IBM is proceeding with its hardware-centric OpenPOWER Consortium. continue…

IBM Still Pushing Out Big Data Hardware

The new PowerLinux 7R4 server is designed to boost the efforts of those clients engaged in data analytics and heavy-duty cloud work. continue…