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My Oracle E-Business Suite Consultants have been looking at the new Oracle Fusion Financials. Their general comment seems to be that Oracle has got it right at last! Businesses looking for the power and flexibility of a tier 1 finance … Continue reading
Implementing mission critical enterprise database servers used to be a lengthy process. Configuring server hardware, implementing clustering, and making sure all of the software components are correctly patched and configured can be very time consuming. Oracle seems determined to change … Continue reading
Every OpenWorld I have attended really revolves around two things – new product announcements, and a chance to see the legendary Larry Ellison perform to a huge audience. This year’s closing keynote didn’t disappoint on either count. Out of the … Continue reading
It has been an exciting day at Oracle OpenWorld 2011 in San Francisco, which started formally today. The scale of the event is truly amazing. Oracle seems to virtually take over downtown San Francisco, delivering a bonanza to all of … Continue reading
The death of Intel’s Itanium processors has been trumpeted by the media on many occasions over the last 10 years. Produced in conjunction with HP, the processor was intended right from the start to be a radical experiment, focused largely … Continue reading
Last week saw the annual pilgrimage of Australia’s Oracle database and business applications users to hear from their peers and global Oracle experts at the Insync11 conference in Sydney. Roadmaps were presented, war stories shared, and we all had the … Continue reading