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Oracle Upgrades User Productivity Kit; HP, Oracle and the Sun Deal

Oracle Upgrades User Productivity Kit; HP, Oracle and the Sun Deal You got nothing, if you don’t have content. No number of business applications are going to help you do you business if there’s nothing for them to work on. Oracle, which has a vested interested in companies using business applications, have upgraded its productivity kit to make content creation easier.

IBM's Analytics, Cloud Computing, Smarter Cites Perform, But Europe Drags in Q1

If you were to look at the business pages of any major newspaper in the past couple of days, you’d swear IT was in meltdown. The reactions to the Q1 figures for both IBM and Intel have pushed stock markets down. However, while the stockholders might not be getting what they want -- no tears shed here -- the IT areas that we know, love and like have all performed despite difficult times in Europe.

How Much Would You Pay For A Fan? #SMAS12

When any given business attempts to determine their social media strategy, they must first consider their goals. One would assume that they have already done their research and determined that investing in social is worthwhile -- but maybe that's a can of worms. Let's just assume it is.

Business Intelligence Applications Dominate Oracle OpenWorld #oowjp

logo-oracle.gif At Oracle OpenWorld in Japan, Oracle announced new BI applications certified on Oracle Exalytics and supported on iPad and iPhone devices, a new release of the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management System, and the general availability of Oracle Endeca Information Discovery.

IBM Upgrades DB2, InfoSphere Warehouse to v10 for Better Big Data Analytics

IBM continues to pursue its Big Data ambitions, this time with an upgrade to its flagship DB2 to v10 along with InfoSphere Warehouse 10 that integrates with Big Data systems and compresses data into tighter spaces.

Accellion Launches KiteDrive, Secure Enterprise to the Cloud, With 2GB Free

Palo Alto, Calif.-based Accellion Inc. has announced "Kitedrive," a mobile file sharing technology meant to warm the heart of any IT professional dealing with the BYOD (bring your own device) phenomenon, which answers both the security and file sharing flexibility challenges of cloud-based mobile computing.

Bring Your Own Data Retention Policy: Recommendations for Employees

As we enter a new Bring Your Own Device era, the line between personal and corporate data is becoming more blurred. With more consumers becoming more proactive about protecting their information across social media and mobile devices and becoming more in tune to how their information is being protected (or not), we at CMSWire were curious how consumers' own data retention behaviors are affecting how companies manage data.

Gartner's Business Intelligence Magic Quadrant Dominated by Acquisitions, Specialty Vendors

Earlier this week we saw that increasing enterprise demands for different kinds of business intelligence is stretching vendors to come up with software that will keep business users happy. The result is a software space that is currently characterized by innovation and change, according to Gartner’s recent Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence 2012.

Gartner: Business Intelligence Vendors Challenged to Meet Enterprise Needs

Despite difficult economic times, the business intelligence (BI) market continues to grow. According to Gartner’s recently published Magic Quadrant for BI, while the market will grow at a compound rate of 8.1% annually until 2015, because the number of different things that enterprises are looking for BI solutions to do is also growing, vendors are struggling.

Choosing an Enterprise CMS: Ovum Names Market Challengers, Followers

My previous post discussed the three ECM vendors (EMC, IBM and OpenText) that Ovum named as Market Leaders in its report: “Decision Matrix: Selecting a Content Management Application Vendor.” With this article, we'll take a look at the vendors named Market Challengers and Followers.

Oracle Harnesses Employee Talent in Public Cloud With Taleo Acquisition

Oracle_logo_2010.jpg Oracle is on the acquisition path again, just a few weeks after it closed the RightNow deal. This time Oracle is adding to its public cloud by purchasing talent management solution provider Taleo for a price of US$ 1.9 billion.

Oracle's Advanced Analytics Brings Mining Tools to Big Data

Oracle_logo_2010.jpgUsers of Oracle's 11g enterprise database can now wade into their mountains of data with a new set of analytic tools to find the business data and insight gold within the endless steams of information.

Oracle Finalizes RightNow Purchase, Positions Public Cloud to Compete with SalesForce

 Oracle_logo_2010.jpgAfter a short delay, Oracle has completed its deal to acquire RightNow, a cloud-based provider of call center automation, sales force automation and customer relationship management solutions.

Out With IBM's Lotus Symphony, In With Apache OpenOffice IBM Edition

Out With IBM’s Lotus Symphony, In With Apache OpenOffice IBM Edition IBM Symphony appears to have arrived at the end of the road. It’s not exactly unexpected, given the moves in productivity and collaboration space. According to Ed Brill, Director of Messaging and Collaboration Solutions at IBM, the release of Lotus Symphony 3.0.1 is likely to be the last release of the free productivity suite.

Recession Relief: New Job Openings at OpenText, Oracle and Perficient (12-Jan-12)

If it's time for a change, we've got a shopping list of hot jobs in our spiffy little corner of the world. Our bi-weekly featured jobs list is a great collection of opportunities spanning specialties and continents. Here's who's hiring this week.  

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