For once, the rumors were untrue. I kid, I kid. So this is how it went. Reports started flying off a few days back that Windows XP was about to lose the support of an important element.
Microsoft’s hunt for a new CEO is fast entering a decisive period, if we go by the hearsay that the technology titan wants a new person on the hot seat before the year is out. Oracle CEO
Those of you keeping an eye on the cloud side of Microsoft’s enterprise business may be aware that Redmond and Oracle recently entered into a corporate partnership. And the fruits of this joint venture are now (almost)
Redmond has had a bit of an exodus of sorts recently, with many a key executives parting ways with the software titan in the past few months, some high profile ones, other nearly not so high profile.
You’ve probably heard about the Java mess already. Java is probably the most important and famous product that Oracle has and yet right now bad news keeps plaguing Java with issue after issue. The latest word is
Enterprise acceptance is critical for Windows 8. App development on the Windows 8 platform by enterprise applications giants like SAP, Salesforce and Oracle would in no small measure, help Windows 8 deployments in many industries. We look
Once again, Oracle’s Larry Ellison is in the news and this time, he may have his heart set on HP. From Digital Trends: Hewlett-Packard’s 20-percent nose-dive in stock price last week has stirred up rumors that Oracle