The co-founder of the German software giant SAP, Dr Hasso Plattner, took to the stage at the Sapphire conference last week to talk about the company’s latest Leonardo product and why he sees its next generation ERP S/4HANA’s future as residing in the cloud.
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Oracle’s shares jumped more than five per cent, beating analysts’ expectations, after the company signaled growing demands from its cloud-based services.
The UAE government has recently announced that it would change laws to provide residence visas for top IT talent. James Dartnell asks regional and national heads of some of the world’s biggest tech firms about the opportunities this will bring the country.
According to the company, this new service significantly simplifies and accelerates cross-enterprise data integration to support real-time analytics that help organisations drive better business decisions.
Emirates NBD has reported a boost in sales performance following the implementation of Oracle cloud solutions.
Oracle has announced the opening of its 400-salesperson ‘Digital Hub’, as well as the expected mid-2017 go-live of its first Middle East data centre in Abu Dhabi.
As part of Oracle, NetSuite plans to localise its products for many more countries while expanding its data centre capacity, sales operations, partner channel and other assets to reach customers in those new areas.
Oracle has announced plans to acquire Internet performance and DNS provider Dyn in an effort to pump up its cloud-based offerings.