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Five Ideas: Cloud Computing

September 2015

Many businesses are still organized and operate as they did before the cloud, before social, before mobile, before big data and analytics arrived. Imagine for a moment what your business would be like if these technologies were native to your business operations and not an afterthought.


Here, find out how you can explore new possibilities and opportunities for your business. Register for an upcoming Oracle CloudWorld taking place in cities across the world.

Also, hear from Oracle customers and executives, including Oracle CEO Safra Catz, about how Oracle’s cloud solutions are changing the game for today’s businesses.

“As our cloud business scales up, we plan to double our SaaS and PaaS cloud margins over the next two years…. Rapidly growing cloud revenue combined with a doubling of cloud margins will have a huge impact on EPS growth going forward.” —Safra Catz, Oracle CEO

“With the cloud, not only do CFOs save on the capital expenditures of on-premises software, but they also save on the people costs of maintaining that infrastructure.” —Jeffrey O. Henley, Executive Vice Chairman of Oracle

“We want to strengthen the number of choices our customers and partners have so they can create and execute their own cloud strategies, whether they’re moving to a private cloud, public cloud, or hybrid.”—Lyle Ekdahl, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Oracle’s JD Edwards product family

“For me, it was a good option to use Oracle Managed Cloud Services, because it reduced the risk. It also reduced complexity and the time it took to implement our new ERP system.”—Benjamin Hernandez, CIO, Aeroméxico

“If there’s a big investment in cloud or other technology innovation being planned and no tax person is involved in those discussions, that’s a problem.”—Reid Okimoto, national tax leader for emerging technology at advisory firm KPMG

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