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How Bots Are Helping Corporate Sustainability Efforts
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Oracle found out that business executives regard bots as a method to assist their companies in achieving corporate sustainability objectives, based on a survey conducted by Savanta. The study, conducted in 15 countries with 11,005 respondents, examines consumer and business leaders’ attitudes and behaviors towards sustainability, as well as the

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What Is Anything As A Service, Xaas, X As A Service, Everything As A Service, The Idea Behind Xaas, Types Of Xaas, Xaas Types, Benefits Of Xaas, Challenges...
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Anything as a Service (XaaS) is a term that refers to a broad category of cloud computing and remote access services. Anything as a service is an all-encompassing phrase that refers to providing anything as a service. Businesses can pay a monthly subscription to a managed service provider to ensure

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Erp Vs Crm A Comprehensive Comparison
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Delving into ERP vs CRM, one needs to make a detailed comparison to decide as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) are the most common software tools businesses use to automate core business activities. ERP connects a company’s financial and operational systems to a central database, allowing

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Three Trends In Data Science Jobs You Should Know
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If you are a Data Scientist wondering what companies could have the most career opportunities or an employer looking to hire the best data science talent but aren’t sure what titles to use in your job listings — a recent report using Diffbot’s Knowledge Graph could hold some answers for

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Top 5 Big Data Merger And Acquisition Trends In 2014
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To say that the big data market is thriving would be an understatement. The IDC predicted that the big data sector would be worth $16.1 billion by the close of the year, growing six times faster than the wider IT market. When you consider one single company, Micros, was bought

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Oracle Exec And Cto Larry Ellison Gives A Flavour Of Oracle'S Cloud And Database Ambitions At Last Week'S Openworld
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Larry Ellison, CTO and Executive Chairman for Oracle, revealed Oracle’s cloud plans in last week’s OpenWorld show and simply put, Oracle wants to lead. Barb Darrow, senior writer at Gigaom reports, that abound in resources Oracle is game to buy into new markets. Ellison and co-CEOs Safra Catz and Mark

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Germany To Get Two Oracle Data Centers Catering To Questions Of Data Sovereignty
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On Monday, it was announced that Oracle will introduce two new data centers in Germany with colocation partners Interxion and Equinix. In the wake of recent Snowden disclosures of surveillance carried out by the US National Security Agency (NSA) and the UK’s GCHQ, Oracle’s data centers come as a solution

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Front Porch Digital’s Big Data Technologies Now Part Of Oracle’s Comprehensive Storage Portfolio
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Digital asset management innovator Front Porch Digital have inked a deal to be acquired by Oracle. The purchase will allow both the companies to help clients efficiently manage the growing complexities involved in migration, integration, storage, and delivery of rich media content, reports a press release announcing the acquisition. John

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Oracle Offers New Data-As-A-Service To Help Companies With Marketing And Social
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Almost six months after the purchase of BlueKai, Oracle has announced two new services to “help business users drive smarter, more informed decisions across the enterprise.” The newly released service, dubbed Oracle Data Cloud, will have two offerings involved: Oracle DaaS (Data-as-a-Service) for Marketing and Oracle DaaS for Social. The

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The History Of Bi: The 2000'S And Now
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Our three part Business Intelligence series has looked at the key developments in BI from the 1960’s all the way to the late 1990’s. In the first edition, we focused on the way data storage changed from hierarchical database management systems (DBMS), like IBM’s IMS in the 60’s, to network

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