On June 26, 2018, Oracle strengthened its commitment to customers with the introduction of Oracle LaunchPad, its new on-demand education platform. Oracle LaunchPad enables customers to expand their expertise and advance their careers with interactive, self-directed education about a range of Oracle Cloud services.
Mark Hurd regularly speaks to CEOs about data security and he notes that it’s become increasingly clear that today, executives are more aware than ever of vulnerabilities in their technology infrastructure. In fact, a recent report on security threats from Oracle and KPMG reveals that
On June 22, Oracle announced that it is expanding the Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator program to Austin, Texas. The opening is an extension of Oracle’s growth in Austin, which was highlighted earlier this year at the grand opening of its new state-of-the-art 560,000 square-foot campus
Oracle and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) announced a multi-year extension to their alliance to promote and support collegiate tennis. Earlier in June, Oracle was named the official title sponsor of the ITA’s Summer Circuit.
As companies move to the cloud, their need for support changes—but it doesn’t go away. The flexibility that is the cornerstone of software as a service (SaaS) has shifted how businesses think about leveraging their applications. Liberated from much of the patch-and-upgrade cycle of on-premises
Oracle expanded its partnership with the Intercollegiate Tennis Association this month when it became the official title sponsor of the Oracle ITA Summer Circuit Powered by UTR. The Oracle ITA Summer Circuit will host 49 events over six consecutive weekends from late June through July,
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd describes the cloud as an inevitable destination for enterprise computing. Now, Oracle Soar to the Cloud is the world’s first automated cloud migration offering.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd has long recognized the passion and ambition of college graduates. He started the Class Of program in 2013 to recruit recent college graduates to join the Oracle sales team, an initiative that has now brought more than 10,000 employees to the
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd was re-elected to the Baylor University Board of Regents as vice chair of the Executive Committee at the board’s spring meeting. Hurd graduated from Baylor in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and was first elected to the university’s
Mark Hurd joined Fox Business Network journalist Maria Bartiromo on Mornings with Maria to discuss the global economy and the job market. Hurd noted the current strength of the American economy, with midsize companies seeing opportunities for investment and larger companies pursuing long-term projects.