Rule number one of IT security: Always. Patch. Promptly...
Oracle to trouser 'just' $74m from Rimini Street copyright court case - not $124m
Ellison suggested only last month that Amazon and Salesforce will continue to rely on Oracle database technology for the foreseeable future
Aconex specialises in cloud construction collaboration software
Local authorities are struggling to keep up with rising costs on Oracle software, claims TmaxSoft
Oracle rushes out patch to close critical PeopleSoft applications vulnerability affecting more than 6,000 major organisations
Oracle Tuxedo vulnerabilities achieve a perfect '10' in security alert - users urged to patch now
Patch without delay, urges Oracle
Abel discussed the hybrid cloud and the UK's position in it at a Computing event
Oracle has closed 1,119 issues in the first 10 months of 2017; 22 per cent more than all of 2016
The Department of Health has given the NHSBSA an ambitious goal; but data scientist Abi Haigh is optimistic
Doug Merritt says there is "no such thing as a wall-to-wall Oracle customer"
Use of Hyperledger Fabric will 'avoid vendor lock-in'
We will see more massive data thefts if we continue to fail to prioritise security
Oracle is now as affordable for SMBs as it is for governments and multinationals, argues Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd
Mark Hurd urged faster cloud adoption to help organisation overcome the painful challenge of software patching
The Automated Database could solve a lot of security concerns - if it works as promised
John Abel, Oracle's head of technology and cloud UK, Ireland and Israel, explains why the software giant is involved in the new land-speed world record attempt
John Abel, head of technology and cloud UK, Ireland and Israel at Oracle also admits that cloud isn't cheaper, and that it can represent a risk to CIOs, and the wider IT department
The cloud is one of the world's most important business technologies today
Cosmetics firm is undergoing a top-to-toe tech refresh with GDPR compliance thrown in
Cuts signify Oracle's continued restructuring towards the cloud
Accenture and Certus win series of contracts with Home Office
Some 2,500 engineers laid off as Oracle winds down hardware development
Additions promise new asset management and data insight capabilities - plus a partnership with Mitsubishi.