In his latest LinkedIn Influencer article, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd adds new depth to his support for cloud computing, machine learning, and autonomous software. His core argument: Companies and their employees can become more productive and innovative by offloading “maintenance mode” tasks to artificial intelligence.
The Oracle Challenger Series has expanded rapidly this year, with two new tournaments announced in the past two months. Oracle CEO Mark Hurd, a former collegiate tennis player and a lifelong tennis fan, recently sat down with Oracle’s Challenger Series blog to talk about his
The Oracle Challenger Series continues to expand with the addition of a new tournament in Houston, Texas. The fourth Oracle Challenger Series tournament will take place at the George R. Brown Tennis Center at Rice University on November 10-18, 2018.
Following the success of the Oracle ITA Summer Circuit powered by MyUTR, Oracle will host the fourth annual Oracle ITA Masters tournament in Malibu, California. The tournament will run from September 20 to 23, 2018, and gives US students a chance to compete against top
When Oracle CEO Mark Hurd announced Oracle’s sponsorship of the Oracle ITA Summer Circuit powered by MyUTR, he called it “the ideal opportunity for all players, from collegians to juniors, to play competitively year-round.” Earlier this month, that opportunity brought 187 players — 105 men
On August 7, 2018, Oracle announced its second autonomous database cloud service, Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing. This autonomous service offers customers lower costs, reduced risk, and innovative capabilities, three advantages Oracle CEO Mark Hurd says are “too compelling to ignore.”
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd has identified two critical corporate trends: the rising use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace and the need for smarter talent management practices. His latest LinkedIn Influencer article combines these two topics to offer proposals for world-class hiring in an
In a previous LinkedIn Influencer article, published in 2013, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd identified five key leadership qualities shared by great executives. Referencing his own leadership experience, he cited the importance of strategy, hiring the right people, and setting the right goals.
These days, artificial intelligence (AI) is a dominant topic in the tech industry. Oracle CEO Mark Hurd has often shared his perspective on the benefits of AI for business. These views were broadly echoed in a recent OracleNEXT Podcast by guest Kyle York, vice president
Forty percent of CEOs today don’t stay with the same company for 18 months, and the average lifecycle for a CEO is about 18 quarters. Despite these statistics, I meet many people who want to be a CEO. But I don’t meet many who really