On July 9, experts including Shawn Price, senior vice president of Oracle’s Cloud Go-to-Market and Product Business Groups, and Ray Wang, principal analyst and CEO at Constellation Research and author of Disrupting Digital Business, will speak at Oracle CloudWorld in Mexico City. They’ll discuss modern business strategies and practices.
Here, learn more about how to register for Oracle CloudWorld. Plus, read expert advice about the advantages of moving to the cloud, about Oracle’s solutions, and the questions every company should ask potential cloud providers.
How Cloud Simplifies Mobile Development and Increases Agility
Mobile PaaS includes cloud services that let companies develop and integrate applications, make them available on a variety of device types and operating systems, distribute them to users, and update them as needed.
Cloud Adopters Gaining Steam, And Share
From salespeople in the field to the offices of human resources and talent management teams, the impact of cloud on a variety of business functions simply can’t be overstated.
Inoculating The Cloud
“The reality is, hackers are innovating faster than companies can keep up, using a thriving black market on the ‘Dark Web’ to collaborate, as well as to buy and sell both stolen data and malicious code,” says Troy Kitch, Oracle senior principal product marketing director.
Five Ideas: Cloud Computing
Get insight from executives including Oracle CEO Mark Hurd and from Oracle customers who are moving to the cloud to take their businesses to new levels.
5 Reasons Oracle Is A Cloud Company
On the occasion of its inaugural Media Day, Oracle told journalists visiting its headquarters in Redwood Shores, California, how its cloud-based offerings provide customers with seamlessly integrated services.
Cloud Helps Oracle Embrace Change
Oracle’s CIO Mark Sunday shares how the company’s move to the cloud has enabled it to lead in a time of change.
How to Get the Cloud You Need
CIOs reveal the best questions to ask prospective cloud providers.
To help enterprises keep pace, the product team for Oracle Social Cloud’s social relationship management (SRM) platform closely tracks ever-evolving social channels and queries customers about their social business needs. And because the solution is cloud-based, new features can be added much more quickly than would be possible in an on-premises solution.
Oracle Mobile Cloud Service Simplifies Enterprise Mobile Development
According to Thomas Kurian, Oracle’s president of product development, the value of Oracle Mobile Cloud Service is that it provides enterprise mobile developers with a comprehensive, end-to-end mobile development platform.
New IT infrastructure helps the human resources team at National Instruments support a global expansion.