In a December 2018 Wall Street Journal article, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd described the benefits of suite-based cloud applications, noting how multiple business functions, such as finance, customer experience, and supply chains, can benefit by sharing data across applications without expensive or complicated customizations.
With nearly 140,000 employees, Oracle is one of the world’s largest employers, and there’s a constant need to hire and train talent as the company grows. The need for a comprehensive recruiting, onboarding, and role-specific training program led CEO Mark Hurd to develop and launch
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd predicts developments in artificial intelligence (AI) will improve employee performance and the workforce experience and lead to the creation of new jobs, career training, and lifelong learning.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd and Oracle were featured on Tennis.com for their efforts to help develop young tennis players in the United States. Hurd attended Baylor University on a tennis scholarship, and he has long supported collegiate and up-and-coming athletes who want to play the
The Oracle Challenger Series’ Houston Tournament wrapped up on November 18, with two veteran pros, Bradley Klahn and Peng Shuai, claiming the men’s and women’s titles respectively.
Mark and Paula Hurd gave a lead gift to support Baylor University’s Give Light fundraising initiative on November 2. The contribution will go toward developing a new facility to serve as Baylor’s welcome center.
Cybersecurity is an increasingly important issue in boardrooms and IT departments across every industry. With breaches becoming headline news, and reputations, jobs and revenue on the line, executives are paying more attention to data security than ever.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd’s keynote at Oracle OpenWorld 2018, “Accelerating Growth in the Cloud,” featured a combination of industry predictions, statistics, and background information, as well as discussions with geopolitical experts and Oracle customers.
Oracle OpenWorld, the industry’s most important business and technology conference, will return to San Francisco on October 22-25, 2018. Thousands of Oracle customers, partners, and employees will gather at Moscone Center to enjoy informative keynote speeches, educational sessions on a wide range of cloud-related subjects,
Finding good employees—and even more important, retaining them—are critical to your success. Excessive employee turnover can negatively impact morale and the bottom line.