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Oracle updates enterprise blockchain platform
Oracle’s enterprise blockchain has been updated to include more capabilities to enhance development, integration, and deployment of customers’ new blockchain applications.
Australian government turns to Rimini Street for SAP support
Several Australian federal and state government agencies have switched their enterprise software support to Rimini Street.
8x8 appoints A/NZ channel senior manager
Joins 8x8 after time at Oracle, Avaya and Optus to managing 8x8’s growing team of partners across the region.
Oracle Java Card update boosts security for IoT devices
"Java Card 3.1 is very significant to the Internet of Things, bringing interoperability, security and flexibility to a fast-growing market currently lacking high-security and flexible edge security solutions."
Oracle launches cloud suite for retail sector
Oracle pledges support for digital transformation in the global retail sector with the launch of a new cloud service that centralises back-office elements of store operations.
Hyperscale data centres surging globally, 132 more on the way
The relentless demand for more data has seen a spike both in the size and number of hyperscale data centres.
Oracle announces a new set of cloud-native managed services
"Developers should have the flexibility to build and deploy their applications anywhere they choose without the threat of cloud vendor lock-in.”
Accenture 'largest Oracle Cloud integrator in A/NZ'
Accenture has bought out Oracle Software-as-a-Service provider PrimeQ, which now makes Accenture the largest Oracle Cloud systems integrator in Australia and New Zealand.
Rimini Street emboldened by encouragement in battle v Oracle
The company has released a statement in response to support in the legal fight that defines where the line is in the third-party support market.
Rimini Street hits NZ shores with new subsidiary
The third-party support provider for Oracle and SAP has opened a new Auckland-based office and appointed Sean Jones as NZ senior account executive.
Oracle announces new global regions for data centres
The company made enhancements to its Oracle Cloud Infrastructure on top of an updated global data centre region roadmap.
Could personalised AI assistants streamline your business?
Oracle announced the availability of Oracle Digital Assistant, enabling companies to build personalised digital assistants to help employees work smarter and more productively.
Why the evolution of enterprise cloud is imminent
Oracle announced enhancements to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, as well as an updated global data centre region roadmap.
Oracle’s Ellison calls out Amazon with next-gen cloud
Larry Ellison claims the rest of the cloud market is based on decade old technology with poor security, comparing Oracle's new offering with Amazon.
Hitachi Vantara updates converged and hyperconverged systems, enhances applications support
Enterprises are looking to leverage hyperconverged infrastructures for greater flexibility, increased agility and simpler deployment and management.
Third-party support cemented with Rimini Street win
Rimini Street seeks a further US $41.3m in appeals after Court rules third-party support is in lawful competition with direct maintenance services.
Big data and AI: How cutting-edge technology can change the healthcare industry
Google, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft and Oracle joined forces, pledging to speed up the progress of health data standards and interoperability.
'Fascinating' vendor cloud battle ongoing in healthy SaaS market
It hasn’t been around for long, but Synergy Research Group says the enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) can now be considered mature.
Museum of London opts with Rubrik cloud and data protection solutions
The Museum of London has made moves to better manage and protect its critical data across both its physical and virtual environments.
Oracle is leveraging machine learning to increase productivity
Oracle’s new self-driving database cloud service is supposedly built to run the world's most demanding applications.
Exclusive: Is cloud migration at the centre of digital transformation?
"By migrating to the cloud, businesses can put off menial and repetitive tasks and focus on innovation."
Small vendor uprising in thriving supply chain management software market
Gartner data reveals the SCM market to be in a healthy place with huge money being made - and increasingly spread among the smaller vendors.
How blockchain could be the key to business transformation
Blockchain supposedly has the power to fundamentally transform how every industry does business by making interactions more secure and transparent.
NetSuite expands network and services of The Executive Centre
By switching from Microsoft Dynamics NAV to NetSuite OneWorld, The Executive Centre has supposedly been able to improve operational efficiency.