AT ORACLE: Events
Conferences and sessions to help you stay on the cutting edge
October 2-6, San Francisco, California
September 1-2, Halden, Norway
September 3-4, Brazzaville, Congo
September 7-8, Oslo, Norway
Sponsored by the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM), this one-day virtual conference focuses on how organizations can use social technologies to engage staff and customers while maintaining appropriate controls.
September 10-11, São Paulo, Brazil
Colocated with GreenIT 2011, this conference provides academics, researchers, technology professionals, and businesspeople with an opportunity to share their research. Conference topics include science, technologies, regulations, and industry initiatives on algorithmic efficiency, resource allocation, product longevity, virtualization, power management, materials recycling, and telecommuting.
Topics at the largest hacker conference and festival in central and eastern Europe include Oracle forensics, SAP security, database security, mobile hacking, lock picking, and WiFi worms. The target audience is security, IT, and networking professionals including chief information security officers, chief security officers, and CIOs.
Leaders from financial institutions, market infrastructures, multinational corporations, and their technology partners gather at this annual conference. Topics include regulation revisited; technology; changing landscape, new expectations; and global and local perspectives.
Intended for business analysts from across Europe, this event provides an interactive forum to discuss and debate the competencies needed to face today’s business analysis challenges.
Asia’s largest IT exhibition attracts more than 35,000 visitors and 300 exhibitors from around the globe. Attendees learn about new suppliers, products, and services; keep abreast of changes in the industry; and meet key decision-makers in government, manufacturing, and services.
Highlighting business problems that result from poorly managed data, this seminar offers a thorough approach to master data management (MDM) and the various ways to implement it. Discussions include recent MDM-related acquisitions by Oracle.
This conference features presentations on the technical and functional aspects of Oracle Health Sciences applications. Clinical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, and other companies will present and participate in focus groups, and Oracle representatives will update attendees on current and planned features.
October 16-20, Orlando, Florida
October 18-22, Rovinj, Croatia
October 20, Madrid, Spain
October 22-25, Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
October 23-26, New Orleans, Louisiana
October 24-27, Houston, Texas
October 31-November 1, Auckland, New Zealand