Monthly Archives: September 2010

Oracle OpenWorld 2010 – First Day

Oracle OpenWorld 2010 started Sunday. The first day’s highlight was the keynote address by Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. I attended a round table discussion of Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBI EE), featuring a few people I admire tremendously. Mark … Continue reading

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Predictions for Oracle OpenWorld 2010

Oracle OpenWorld is next week – the annual look-at-me showcase event.  In their own words, Oracle describes it as “the world’s largest and most important conference for Oracle technologists, business users, and partners.” There’s a lot to anticipate, especially with … Continue reading

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Hurd’s Move to Oracle Will Eventually Backfire

Well, that didn’t take long.  Only a month after resigning as CEO of HP, Mark Hurd has been hired as co-president at Oracle.  Hurd will replace Charles Phillips, who has resigned.  The other current co-president, Safra Catz, will remain in … Continue reading

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