Oracle Cloud Day is a global event series providing Oracle customers and consultants with educational, networking, and hands-on training opportunities around Oracle Cloud products. Oracle CEO Mark Hurd attended Oracle Cloud Day in New York for an interview with Bloomberg executive editor Tom Giles.
The third of four events in the Oracle Challenger Series tennis tournament will take place in Newport Beach, California, on January 21. Bradley Klahn and Lauren Davis, the current Challenger Series leaders, will play in the tournament, along with other top competitors from the earlier
In January 2019, Oracle and the San Francisco Giants announced a 20-year corporate partnership, which includes naming rights to the Giants’ stadium. Oracle Park is now the second Oracle-branded pro sports stadium in the Bay Area; the Golden State Warriors have played in Oracle Arena
Oracle products have earned praise from market research firm Gartner for several years, and this trend continued in 2018. Oracle ERP Cloud was the only system to be positioned in the “Leaders” quadrant in Gartner’s first Magic Quadrant for Cloud ERP for Product-Centric Midsize Enterprises.
An early evangelist for the value of artificial intelligence, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd has highlighted the benefit of integrating AI into business applications for years. In his December 2018 LinkedIn Influencer post, Hurd added blockchain to the roster of technologies he predicts will be integrated
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.