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Is Oracle Really Better Than IBM And SAP?
Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) sells a wide range of enterprise IT solutions, including databases, middleware, applications, and hardware.
Oracle Versus SAP: Valuations That Defy Logic
Both ORCL and SAP are fine companies. Each showed very nice five- and 10-year growth in both revenue and EPS. From 2002 through 2007, SAP was the superior company. Over the more recent half-decade, however, Oracle has been the better performer.
How to survive an Oracle audit
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Top eight new features in Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.2
Plus, each revision of Oracle VM VirtualBox has tapered the gap between the two programs. Version 4.2 is another major step in that direction.
Meet Infor's Charles Phillips, CEO Of The World's Largest Startup
Even with 13,000 employees and 70,000 customers, Infor's CEO Charles Phillips is running a huge corporation like a startup.
Oracle sees growth in Pakistani tech industry
That's where we see the opportunity, as businesses will need to optimise their hardware, storage and software,” says Oracle Corporation's Vice President of ASEAN Systems Sales Ron Goh. Goh, in an interview with journalists, said that current data ...
Monty on broken MySQL promises: Oracle's going to fork it up
Widenius left Sun in early 2009 just before the Oracle acquisition was announced in April. At the time, he also argued against the deal going through.
Getting the most out of in-memory data grids
Cameron Purdy, vice president of development at Oracle, said, "One of the interesting trends is the convergence of data grid technology built up around domain models, real-time highly scalable access and management of information, and the other class ...
How the Air Force blew $1 billion on a dud system
For one thing, the Air Force handed over control over most aspects of the project - including the task of writing some of the system's requirements - to the prime contractor, Computer Sciences Corp. of Falls Church, Va. CSC was simply not up to the ...
The Mysterious Case of Oracle Social and Facebook Likes
This seems the most likely answer. To boost their social media presence, Oracle bought social apps company Involver and Facebook data company Vitrue, and molded them into Oracle's bigger social media practice for customers. Erwin Meester suggested ...