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AirAsia takes flight with Oracle to transform finance operations

AirAsia Airbus A330neo

Low-cost airline selects Oracle ERP Cloud to improve business insights, reduce costs and enhance productivity.

NetSuite invests in cloud ERP partner ecosystem

NetSuite has announced a new partner engagement initiative named SuiteLife, to meet growing customer demand for cloud ERP systems.

CIOs explain their cloud journeys at Oracle OpenWorld Singapore

Siam Commercial Bank's CTO and Beyonics' CIO talked about the importance of being agile when implementing the new technology.

Asia sees fewer than 20 per cent of innovation projects spring to life

ZTE introduces LoRa-based smart meters

Over-commitment on projects, lack of leadership and absence of process leading to innovation gap.

Walgreens turns to MariaDB as part of open source push

The US pharmacy giant has turned to MariaDB as part of a cloud and open source shift, with the eventual aim to be free of Oracle database technology.

Oracle and SkillsFuture Singapore collaborate to strengthen Singapore's talent economy

ZTE introduces LoRa-based smart meters

Oracle will work with SSG to embed the Skills Frameworks in Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud, allowing HR professionals, employers and employees to quickly and easily access the Skills Frameworks.

OpenWorld 2018 | Oracle adds AMD EPYC processors to its cloud offerings

ZTE introduces LoRa-based smart meters

Oracle is now the largest public cloud provider to have a Bare Metal version of AMD EPYC processors.

Oracle evasive after new cloud reporting doesn't deliver results

The enterprise technology vendor has changed how it reports cloud revenues, with the first quarter for the financial year yielding poor results.

Oracle is changing how it reports cloud revenues, what's it hiding?

Analysts weren't impressed by Big Red's financial reporting change.

Oracle’s and IBM’s IaaS cloud strategy: Talk big, invest little

They’re both woefully behind AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, but you wouldn’t know it from their Scrooge-like investments in their cloud platforms.