Oracle has won a victory, albeit temporary, with the Supreme Court over an API dispute it's been having with Google. Oracle believes it owns copyright over Java-based APIs and is currently suing...
Oracle introduced new cloud services and sought to position itself as a leader in the cloud market, during a webcast event on Tuesday. But while Oracle surely has a good shot at converting its legacy software business to the cloud, it's late to the game and has a lot of work to do before it can claim a leadership position in the broader cloud market.
The top news stories for June 18, 2015.
In every generation there must come a paradigm shift in software development. The next major one is in cloud-native applications.
Oracle and Accenture have shaken hands on a new agreement that will see the two companies form a joint business group to "help customers embrace the cloud."
The April set of updates released by Oracle this week marks the last public security update for Java 7; enterprises should either upgrade to Java 8 or pay for support contracts.
The new religious freedom laws recently enacted in Indiana have deterred many sponsors for sticking around.
WebRTC is starting to gain some ground, at the very least within the minds of unified communications and collaboration technology professionals.
With a worldwide operation, complicated supply chains and retail outfits on top of manufacturing responsibilities, getting product to the buyer is not as easy as Adidas makes it seem. But using a data mining and loss prevention program powered by Oracle MICROS XBRi, the company has harnessed its point-of-sale data to cut down on preventable losses and build a leaner business.
Unit4, a Netherlands-based ERP company that has been around for 30 years with a focus on the service industry, announced this week that it is officially expanding its business into the U.S.