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26 Jun 2017 Larry Ellison: Oracle's PaaS And IaaS Will Be Bigger Than SaaS [64640]
Oracle, June 26th 2017

Chris writes in Forbes, "While software as a service was the driving force behind Oracle's Q4 revenue and earnings growth, Oracle Executive Chairman and Chief Technology Officer Larry Ellison said during an earnings call with analysts that he expects Oracle's two other cloud pillars - platform as a service and infrastructure as a service - will become even more powerful growth engines for Oracle than SaaS..."
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23 Jun 2017 Friday Five - June 23, 2017 [64490]
Red Hat, June 23rd 2017

"The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye...

  • GeekWire - Coming off a strong quarter, Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst talks public clouds and containers
  • ComputerWeekly.com - Red Hat launches open source hyper-converged infrastructure
  • British Army Migrates Cloud Infrastructure to Red Hat Solutions
  • Forbes - What Role Will Container Technology Play In The Digital Journey?
  • Red Hat Management Strategy Blog - The business value of automation

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22 Jun 2017 WannaCry Ransomware Attacks Expose Some Third-Party Support Models [64499]
By Michael Hickins in Forbes

Michael writes in Forbes, "Support services offered by some third-party vendors run directly counter to newly issued federal guidelines for thwarting malicious software. The guidelines, issued in May by the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT, a cybersecurity agency within the US Department of Homeland Security), are a response to the WannaCry ransomware attacks that brought down critical IT infrastructure worldwide.

Malicious software like WannaCry exploits vulnerabilities in software to cripple the IT infrastructure that is critical to running many businesses. Motivation for this type of attack ranges from the financial to the political, and the outcome can be ruinous for affected organizations. One global automobile manufacturer affected by WannaCry had to halt production at plants in a number of countries, while the UK's National Health Service had to delay some patient treatments..."
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21 Jun 2017 The Robots Are (Not) Coming For HR Jobs [64500]
By Michael Hickins in Forbes

Michael Hickins writes in Forbes, "Human resources often feels like anything but human, at least to most employees. It turns out the issue isn't with HR professionals, or even company policies, but with the mind-numbing, rote work that occupies most of an HR professional's time.

Processes such as uploading job descriptions, screening applicant resumes, and filling out compliance forms take time away from doing truly value-added functions, such as helping employees reorient their careers, or helping executives become better managers. Roughly one-third of all HR questions concern payroll or scheduling, according to Bertrand Dussert, vice president of HCM Transformation at Oracle..."
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13 Jun 2017 Data Quality, Staffing Issues Still Plague Analytics Efforts [64267]
Information Management, June 13th 2017

"Despite the growth in consumption and use of data, many organizations still struggle with their analytics efforts, complaining of poor data quality, insufficient expertise in-house and a shortage of trained data professionals in general.

Those are among the findings of a new study by Forbes, which says that the majority of organizations lack tools and investment necessary for analytics usage in business. Indeed, 59 percent of organizations surveyed for the study reveal they are not using predictive models or advanced analytics..."
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