Oracle

Inoapps Appointed To New Oracle Cloud Excellence Implementer (CEI) program

Appointment Recognizes and Rewards Inoapps for Consistently Delivering Successful Oracle Cloud Implementations

Oracle OpenWorld, San Francisco, Calif. To accelerate customer transformation in the cloud, Oracle has launched the Oracle Cloud Excellence Implementer (CEI) program. Inoapps is one of the first Oracle Partners to be appointed to the new scheme. The appointment recognizes Inoapps’ expertise, successful track record and superior customer satisfaction when delivering high quality Oracle Software as a Service (SaaS) implementations to customers.

A Simple Guide to Oracle Remote DBA to Optimize Your Business

If you are a business owner then you appreciate the unique challenges that you have to overcome. Modern business is now global and this means stiffer competition, especially for startups and smaller enterprises. The advent of the internet marketplace has also necessitated the need for new marketing strategies to stay ahead of the pack.

Within all these changes, there is one uniform strand; the importance of data. With so much information being generated, traditional data storage and management tools are no longer viable. Cabinet files have become obsolete, especially with the growing influence of online businesses.

Oracle WebCenter Content Management gets a new user interface - CARA

Oracle WebCenter Content just got a great companion product – CARA from Generis, an Oracle Gold Partner. CARA is a web-based interface on top of WebCenter Content and it provides both a high-performance / high functionality end-user experience, as well as a full suite of configuration tools that allow you to build a business use case for Oracle WebCenter without coding.

What happens after the merger of Oracle and Sun?

Like a lot of people, I too wonder what will happen to the MySQL, Java, and hardware once Sun is integrated into Oracle.  I have opinions but those opinions alone aren't worth a hill of NetBeans.  Luckily, people like Gavin Clarke know what they're talking about.  Clarke has written an excellent article at The Register titled,  Sun and Oracle: end of a beautiful dream.