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Oracle News & Analysis

Oracle's Innovations: Improving Business #OOW11

While attending the Oracle Open World conference in San Francisco last week, I had an opportunity to discuss the many different Oracle announcements with customers. The general theme from my conversations can be summed up as “Wow, that’s really cool, but how can it help me?”

Oracle Social Network Departs from The Facebook Imperative

Oracle_logo_2010.jpgIf you thought Oracle CEO Larry Ellison's announcement of the Oracle Public Cloud and general bashing was as good as it got yesterday, you're in for a surprise. At the end of the keynote he introduced the Oracle Social Network, an unexpected and brand spankin' new platform that's integrated with Fusion applications. And guess what! It looks nothing like Facebook. 

Larry Ellison Unveils Oracle Public Cloud, Bashes #oow11

Larry Ellison Introduces Oracle Public Cloud, Bashes Salesforce #oow11Oracle's CEO Larry Ellison announced the Oracle Public Cloud today at the OpenWorld conference in San Francisco. Billed as an enterprise cloud for business critical applications, the company's standards-based addition aims to knock other players -- both established and hopeful -- clear out of the race.  

Document Mgt Roll-up: Xerox Upgrades DocuShare for SharePoint

It’s a busy week everywhere, with Oracle and SharePoint’s annual conference. And there’s been a lot of document management too. Xerox has upgraded DocuShare, Oracle’s E-Business Suite has new invoice security, Autonomy has upgraded WorkSite, there’s mobile document management for iPad from NewSoft, while Colligo and NewsGator have teamed up for SharePoint functionality.

Oracle Enters Business Intelligence Space With Exalytics, Targets SAP, IBM #OOW11

Oracle’s OpenWorld has finally kicked off with the customary keynote from CEO Larry Ellison. Leaving aside the fact that many are saying this was his worst keynote ever, for those in enterprise computing the launch of the Exalytics analytics appliance is the one most will be watching.

GRC Roll-up: Autonomy Announces Products, Spats With Oracle, Plus Surveys, Reports

This week, Autonomy -- under the spectre of what might happen to its planned acquisition by HP -- announces several new products, and spats about whether Oracle was really its first choice for a partner, plus we have surveys and reports. Boy, do we have surveys and reports.

Oracle Focuses on WebCenter Sites (Formerly FatWire)

I was fortunate enough to attend a partner conference at Oracle’s headquarters in Redwood Shores, California, just prior to the announcement of the rebranding WebCenter product launch. Our meeting focused on Oracle’s vision purpose behind the rebranding and grouping of their portal, content management, web content management and enterprise social applications. During the meeting, we were presented with Oracle’s already published pending acquisition of FatWire (which has since been re-branded to WebCenter Sites).

Document Mgt Roll-up: Google Docs Syncs With PCs, LibreOffice Gets Extensions Repository

There were a number of new releases in the document management space this week. LibreOffice has announced the release of a public beta of its extension and template repositories, Google Docs gets synced with PCs, KnowledgeTree Ships with DM tools, V1 integrates with Oracle E-Business Suite and Toshiba extends its print services.

V1 Integrates Document Management with Oracle E-Business Suite

V1 document management landed in the US from Britain two years ago. Since then it has expanded in all directions, developing its re-seller channel and partners, including Oracle. This week, it has just announced that it is building on the Oracle connection and providing integrated document management to Oracle’s E-Business Suite.

Windows 8 UI Sneak Peek; Ribbon Interface Back With a Vengeance

Microsoft is working hard on its upcoming Windows 8 operating system, and will be sharing pre-release builds in time for its BUILD conference. In a bit to strike up more public interest, the Windows 8 development team has given some sneak peeks into the latest Windows Explorer interface. The main highlight: ribbons.

What to Expect at Oracle OpenWorld 2011

Oracle has barged its way into the headlines several times over the last year with news of its cloud-based moves, customer experience aptitude and, of course, the purchase of FatWire. If you're wondering what kind of effect these plays will have on the company's technology and your business, this year's OpenWorld conference in San Francisco is not to be missed. 

Microsoft Repeats Offer: Money to Jump from Oracle, SAP, Salesforce

Dreamforce starts today… and it feels like Groundhog Day. Not the groundhog that tells the weather, but groundhog in the way things keep repeating themselves. The repetition this time is in the shape of Microsoft’s offer of rebates of US$ 150-per-seat for customers who subscribe to Dynamics CRM online.

Tentative Facebook Redesign is Good for Pages, Bad for Users

facebook_logo_10.jpgIn recent months, the Facebook team has been on a quest to pack more information into the homepage. The latest composition removes the Most Recent tab from the news feed and replaces it with a real-time activity feed inside the Chat sidebar, slamming users with more information whether they like it or not. 

Adobe Reorg Puts Customer Experience Up Front as HP Enters Competitive Fray with Autonomy

As digital advertising grows to an estimated US$ 72 billion market in 2011 measuring, managing and optimizing this spend has become a priority for Adobe. A reorganization announced today puts Brad Rencher, currently in charge of Adobe's Omniture business unit, out front in this domain and overseeing the company's customer experience management (CXM) solutions, largely got via the Day Software acquisition.

Oracle Outlines Fatwire's Customer Experience, Web CMS Roadmap #CXM

Since Oracle announced that it was buying web experience management vendor FatWire (news, site), there has been a lot of speculation as to what the company might do with the product set. Yesterday, Andy MacMillan, VP of Product Management for Enterprise 2.0 at Oracle, outlined the roadmap for Fatwire and explained how Oracle will make sense of things under the Oracle WebCenter moniker.

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