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Digital transformation and the CIO: Everything you need to know today

Although the concept of digital transformation is not new, many IT organizations still struggle with the impact these changes will have on them. Special feature Special report: IT Jobs in 2020: A leader’s guide (free PDF) ZDNet and TechRepublic looks at the dramatic effect of AI, big data, cloud computing, and automation on IT jobs, and how companies can adapt. ... Read More »

Toll Group ditches SAP for Oracle in AU$400m IT overhaul

Image: Toll Group Transportation and logistics company Toll Group operates a network of 1,200 sites across 50 countries, covering road, rail, sea, air, and warehousing. Following a number of acquisitions, Toll found itself in a position where it had multiple IT systems that didn’t talk to one another and no business directive to stop anyone from purchasing anything IT-related. special ... Read More »

Toll Group ditches SAP for Oracle in AU$400m IT overhaul

Image: Toll Group Transportation and logistics company Toll Group operates a network of 1,200 sites across 50 countries, covering road, rail, sea, air, and warehousing. Following a number of acquisitions, Toll found itself in a position where it had multiple IT systems that didn’t talk to one another and no business directive to stop anyone from purchasing anything IT-related. special ... Read More »

Toll Group ditches SAP for Oracle in AU$400m IT overhaul

Image: Toll Group Transportation and logistics company Toll Group operates a network of 1,200 sites across 50 countries, covering road, rail, sea, air, and warehousing. Following a number of acquisitions, Toll found itself in a position where it had multiple IT systems that didn’t talk to one another and no business directive to stop anyone from purchasing anything IT-related. special ... Read More »

Toll Group ditches SAP for Oracle in AU$400m IT overhaul

Image: Toll Group Transportation and logistics company Toll Group operates a network of 1,200 sites across 50 countries, covering road, rail, sea, air, and warehousing. Following a number of acquisitions, Toll found itself in a position where it had multiple IT systems that didn’t talk to one another and no business directive to stop anyone from purchasing anything IT-related. special ... Read More »

​Oracle’s cloud business in the time of Trump

Video: Oracle takes aim at Amazon with new cloud menu Cloud TV How business leaders are embracing cloud services The cloud is disrupting traditional operating models for IT departments and entire organizations. Read More In the past, companies didn’t speak directly to the President about who should be awarded a government contract. With Donald Trump in office, it’s a different ... Read More »

Oracle Access Manager security bug so serious it let anyone access protected data

Video: Oracle urges customers to install latest patch: It fixes 254 vulnerabilities. A bug that Oracle recently patched broke the main functionality of Oracle Access Manager (OAM), which should only give authorized users access to protected enterprise data. OAM provides an authentication function for web applications based on Oracle Fusion Middleware. It can be used to provide and block access ... Read More »

Accenture boosts Oracle Cloud capabilities with acquisition of Certus Solutions

Accenture has acquired Certus Solutions in a bid to utilize the Oracle Cloud implementation partner in creating the next wave of “intelligent enterprises.” On Monday, the tech giant said that Certus Solutions will become part of Accenture’s Oracle practice, with a particular focus on shepherding clients towards Oracle Cloud applications. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Bhaskar Ghosh, ... Read More »

SAP targets Salesforce on CRM: What’s aspiration vs. reality?

SAP CEO Bill McDermott is aligning his company behind a next-gen CRM platform that will take direct aim at Salesforce. Details about this effort are scarce–at least until SAP Sapphire in June, but McDermott’s “we want CRM” mantra raises an interesting question: How vulnerable is Salesforce? McDermott, speaking on SAP’s first quarter earnings conference call, couldn’t stop talking about CRM. ... Read More »

Oracle buys marketing tech company Grapeshot

Oracle said on Tuesday that it’s buying Grapeshot, the company behind a “brand safety” platform used by marketers. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Grapeshot’s core platform is billed as a contextual intelligence system used to grow audience reach via real-time targeting of relevant context, including breaking news and trending themes. It’s also expanded into the realm of ... Read More »

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