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Follow @DataconomyMedia The enterprise software giant Oracle is nearing a $6 billion deal with hospitality software maker Micros Systems, according a report from Bloomberg. While Oracle and Micros did not comment, FBR Capital Markets analyst Daniel Ives said that Oracle competitors could offer a higher bid to drive up the

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Oracle announced yesterday that it has launched its in-memory option for its Database 12c, which will be available within 30 days. Although the pricing has not been disclosed, the company said that it would release the official details once the Oracle Database In-Memory is generally available. “We’re constantly evolving,” said

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In a special event held at The Museum of Arts and Design in New York City, Oracle President Mark Hurd announced the vision and strategy for the Oracle Marketing Cloud, a cloud service combining technology of several Oracle acquisitions like Eloqua, Responsys, BlueKai , Oracle Content Marketing with Oracle Social

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This infographic is a nice way for big data enthusiasts to understand how data is being used to solve some of the most pressing issues on the planet, as well as the benefits businesses gain from adapting to big data. For those interested in how the UN is using Big

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Beckon, a startup that helps marketers track their spending using data analytics, announced on Thursday that they have raised $8 million in Series A funding. Beckon’s platform is designed to give marketers a single dashboard for viewing all of their marketing data – interaction metrics, lead-generation, brand equity – drawing

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Fusion-io recently announced that it would would be collaborating with Oracle on the development of flash-aware interfaces for MySQL. The new interfaces include NVM Compression and Atomic Writes. It is said that both flash-aware interfaces work together to enable MySQL to deliver 4x more flash endurance by “streamlining commands to

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