Additions promise new asset management and data insight capabilities - plus a partnership with Mitsubishi.
'Tier one' offering helping estate agent expand digital marketing effort
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Cloud migration a chance to conservatively re-architect the enterprise, suggests expert panel
Infor puts 'war chest' to good use by buying Birst for undisclosed sum
AWS distinguished engineer James Hamilton refutes Mark Hurd's cloud investment argument
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Oracle promises to keep Wercker's community edition free
US National Security Agency had 'skeleton keys' to any Oracle/Sun Solaris system for decades
G-Cloud procurement will be used for technical integration of Oracle Fusion based ERP system
Google denies US government claims, insisting that there is no gender pay-gap at the company
Russia-linked hacking group denies links to Russia
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A summary of Computing's research into DevOps priorities and tools
Cloud revenues of $1.19bn enough to cover software licence sales down by 15 per cent
Phil Pavitt to move on at the end of June this year
Company admits security breach, but claims that "cyber intrusion" was only "limited"
"ITOps to DevOps to NoOps"
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Oracle moves to lay off up to 1,700 staff, according to some reports, as it reduces its Santa Clara hardware systems division
Oracle looks to shift financial services customers into the cloud