Take a short survey to find out if IT complexity is inhibiting innovation in your organization.
Companies say innovation is a critical ingredient in staying competitive, and yet most spend four times as many resources maintaining IT systems as they do transforming the business. Complexity keeps IT organizations consumed with the status quo instead of innovative projects. What factors contribute to IT complexity in your company?
This survey is designed for IT professionals with knowledge of their company's overall IT architecture and/or strategy. It has four sections, each with four to seven multiple-choice questions. For each section you complete, you will receive:
Your company's IT complexity score on those topics
Recommended best practices in that IT area
A customized report outlining next steps for reducing IT complexity
Hear from your industry peers and share your experiences at Oracle Industry Connect.
Join senior executives at Oracle Industry Connect as these leaders and peers in your industry share deep domain expertise, insights, and industry-specific best practices for Communications, Financial Services, Health Sciences, Retail, Utilities and Manufacturing industries. This flagship Oracle industry event features customer-led content delivered by industry leaders such as:
Neiman Marcus - Karen Katz, CEO and President
Sprint - Dan Hesse, CEO
Bank of America - Cathy Bessant, Global Technology and Operations
Quintiles - Tom Pike, CEO
Makro South America - Ricardo Kandelman, CEO and Chairman
Telefonica - Phil Jordan, CIO
Lend Lease - Steve Wallisa, Vice President of Planning and Scheduling
Proteus - Andrew Thompson, Co-Founder and CEO
Green Mountain Power - Mary Powell, President and CEO
Customer adoption of Oracle Cloud sees strong growth.
Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL) today announced that both fiscal 2014 Q2 GAAP and non-GAAP total revenues were up 2% to $9.3 billion. GAAP new software licenses and cloud software subscriptions revenues were unchanged at $2.4 billion, while non-GAAP new software licenses and cloud software subscriptions revenues were down 1% to $2.4 billion. Both GAAP and non-GAAP software license updates and product support revenues were up 6% to $4.5 billion. Hardware Systems revenues, including hardware systems products and hardware systems support, were unchanged at $1.3 billion.
The new Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 offers unprecedented in-memory database and application performance with the highest levels of availability, scalability, and reliability of any engineered system. Combining Oracle Exadata Storage Server technology, Oracle's SPARC microprocessors, silicon network, highly secure virtualization, out-of-the-box platform as a service and database as a service management, Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 is the best example of Oracle's engineered systems vision thus far.
Watch this webcast and learn how Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 can help you:
Increase performance by 10x to 20x over the performance of standard systems for new in-memory applications, legacy applications, and Oracle Database utilizing:
Up to 384 microprocessor cores and 32 terabytes of high-performance memory in the most powerful and flexible system design Oracle has ever developed
A complete set of Oracle Exadata technology for optimal Oracle Database performance and efficiency
Realize rich multi-tenancy with near-zero overhead virtualization
Implement platform as a service and database as service management out of the box
Oracle HCM World offers an agenda full of best practices and use cases that you can take back with you to be more successful in your role. If you're involved in workforce planning, recruiting, on-boarding, training, leadership development, compensation, benefits--or any aspect of human resources--you owe it to yourself to be in Las Vegas in February 2014.
Design, Deploy, and Deliver Oracle Database in the Cloud
Enterprise IT is under increasing pressure to deliver better services to the business faster, at lower cost, and with higher quality of service. Now, there's a new page in the CIO playbook--delivering enterprise Database as a Service.
Watch the on-demand forum to hear from analysts and experts on how companies are beginning to transform with Database as a Service, and learn the prescriptive steps your organization can take to design, deploy, and deliver Database as a Service today.
Over 40 percent of the S&P 500 engaged in mergers, acquisitions, or divestitures over the past three years, yet only one third of these companies stand to realize real value from their transactions. If you are already involved in M&A or considering it as a strategy to expand into new markets or grow your top line, it is imperative you get M&A right.
Oracle Treasurer Eric Ball will moderate this 45 minute webcast and add his own unique insights into the dialogue as one of the industry's most influential finance professionals and an expert on management research.
Oracle Mobile Platform enables organizations to develop, deploy, integrate, secure, and manage enterprise mobility. In this online event, you will hear directly from Featured Analyst Firm Gartner about the current mobile trends and challenges. Oracle Mobile executives will also outline, Oracle's overall mobile strategy, and discuss how Oracle Mobile Platform leverages current platform investments to help simplify enterprise mobility.
Join us for this exclusive event to learn more about:
Oracle's complete mobile solution and strategy
Current enterprise mobility challenges and opportunities, as presented by Featured Analyst Firm Gartner
How Oracle is addressing mobility challenges and simplifying enterprise mobility with Oracle Mobile Platform
With Oracle's new SPARC M6-32 systems, customers can now run entire applications in memory. Based on the SPARC M6 12-core processor, these systems have a staggering 32 terabytes of system memory and up to 384 processor cores with 8-threads per core. The SPARC M6-32 provides twice the memory capacity of IBM Power servers and delivers extreme in-memory compute performance for large-scale, mission-critical workloads and databases. And it offers the highest levels of system availability for core business applications.