Fitbit, FuelBand, and ingestible sensors aren’t quite enough to support researchers’ grandiose dreams for healthcare IT.
Oracle integrating an open-source IaaS platform is the latest step in its attempt to stay relevant in an increasingly cloudy world.
While Oracle isn’t responsible for Healthcare.gov’s major problems, a report blames the tech titan for issues with the Oregon health exchange.
It’s time to cool off the fake benchmarks and rhetoric and think clearly about the most cost-effective approaches to application performance and scalability.
Problems with the Website’s IT infrastructure are reportedly proving difficult to solve.
Meanwhile, a CBS report suggests only a few hundred people signed up for healthcare via the troubled Website in its first few days.
Large enterprises have a need for powerful tools such as Hadoop distros. But do smaller firms really require hardcore analytics packages?
A recent hire for Oracle’s sales force tells Business Insider that the company is still a great place to work …
More business from customers leery of NSA eavesdropping may drive SAP to build a second Australian datacenter.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison is facing investor grief over the $76.9 million compensation package he landed over this past fiscal …