Oracle CEO Mark Hurd began his career before the shift to the internet. Since then, he’s seen the industry shift several times, with the advent of automation, artificial intelligence (AI), and cloud computing.
2017 is shaping up to be the year of the security breach (just like 2016, 2015, and so on). Equifax lost financial data on 145.5 million people—leading to the now-former CEO having to answer tough questions in front of Congress. We also learned that hackers
In an interview by John Marks, Mark Hurd discusses the transformation of tennis while cheering for Baylor University. The Hurd Tennis Center hosts the NCAA Championships this weekend. Mark Hurd is honored to have the biggest college tennis tournament at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.
By Mark Hurd Information Technology today touches every facet of business in ways that traditional enterprise technology never did. As a result, chief executives are demanding a lot more from IT than they’ve been getting. CEOs need IT to help lead the way to transformational
As I speak with CEOs around the world, our conversations invariably come down to this central question: Can we change our corporate cultures and the ways we train and reward our people as rapidly as new technology is changing the work we do, the products