Questions over Autonomy's accounts dismissed by HP as 'negative tactics' by Oracle
Software giant promises super-charged cloud growth to make up for it
First Utility CIO Bill Wilkins talks to Graeme Burton about how open-source technology helped the company become the biggest independent energy utility in the UK
FCA thought it was getting a bargain but then realised it didn't need all the licences it had bought
World's largest thread manufacturer terminated IBM data centre contract and Cammish warns SAP that it could be next on the chopping block
'These legacy vendors make life so darned confusing,' says Coats CIO Richard Cammish
Despite speculation that Whitehall wants to end its reliance on Oracle, CCS has signed a new three-year contract with the tech giant
Executive VP promises 'a robust programme of product security assurance' for licence holders
Stop trying to find security glitches in our products - 'only the vendor can do that' says Oracle CSO
Mary Ann Davidson blog chastises customers trying to solve own zero-day problems in Oracle software
Another helping of Computing's top stories this week. Get 'em while they're still hot!
George Frangou, CEO of the AI-based analytics firm, tells Computing that bigger rivals 'don't get it because the driver for them is to sell kit'
Winning a Computing Vendor Excellence Award highlights 'how serious Oracle is about converged infrastructure'
'Winning the award is an important part of Oracle's strategy,' says John Abel
'Breach notices' issued to users by Oracle's compliance department intended to keep customers in line, claim Oracle's rivals
Hacking Team's a bit miffed at the way it's been portrayed, for some reason...
Adobe (finally) patches the security flaws exposed by the Hacking Team crack - while Oracle and Microsoft sneak out their Hacking Team patches
Who walked away with the 21 gongs?
Does Oracle's news mean the prodigal son is returning home?
Ellison claims Oracle will have the broadest offerings in infrastructure, software and networking as a service - at AWS prices
Scaling up at MongoDB: How CEO Dev Ittycheria wants to make a fifth of the NoSQL database's users paid-for
MongoDB CEO says the firm has to do better at monetising, as less than five per cent of its userbase are currently paying to use the database
"Oracle has some way to go to convince the market it is on their side,' says TmaxSoft's Kim Joe
US government believes that Oracle is entitled to copyright its APIs, meaning that the likes of Google will have to pay a licence fee to use them
Global Head of IT at paint manufacturer Valspar tells Computing that for successful MDM it's important for IT to know just when to get out of the way
Experts say Venom isn't as bad as Heartbleed, but urge IT departments, especially those using Amazon, Rackspace or Oracle, to patch up
SAP users happy with what they've got - and don't want the time, cost and aggravation of a painful upgrade