In a LinkedIn post published this April, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd states that businesses need to shift away from approaching technology spending with a defensive mindset. Unlike consumers, who spend aggressively on new technology, businesses have traditionally focused on maintaining, integrating, and protecting legacy systems.
In a recent LinkedIn post, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd states that U.S. higher education model needs disruption or it will break. He makes the case that despite a tradition of top performance, the current system exhausts family budgets and negatively impacts the long-term health of the U.S. economy.
In an interview on Bloomberg’s Business of Sports podcast, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd discussed the ways sports marketing can bolster strategic relationships, as well as the opportunity it provides for innovation in the stadium experience.
The Oracle Challenger Series tennis tournaments, which began last September in Chicago, Illinois, concluded in Indian Wells, California, in late February.
During Oracle’s annual Modern Customer Experience conference, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd discussed the advantages of AI-driven automation with industry analysts.
When the history books are written about 2018, one of the most important inflection points will be this: 2018 was the first year where consumer IT spending outpaced business IT spending.
Oracle held its annual Modern Business Experience conference in Las Vegas. The three-day event, which ran from March 19 through March 21, featured 303 sessions presented by 525 speakers.
Oracle supports three major tennis competitions in March: the final Oracle Challenger Series tournament at Indian Wells; the BNP Paribas Open professional tournament; and the BNP Paribas Collegiate Tennis Challenge. All of these events take place at Oracle chairman and chief technology officer Larry Ellison’s Indian Wells Tennis Garden. During the event, Oracle CEO Mark […]
The final tournament of the Oracle Challenger Series takes place at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden on February 25 through March 3, after prior events in Chicago, Houston, and Newport Beach, California.
On February 4, 2019, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd reaffirmed Oracle’s commitment to institutions of higher learning during a fireside chat with Oracle VP of Higher Education Development Nicole Engelbert at the Oracle Higher Education User Group Cloud Symposium.