Thursday, April 9, 2009

Oracle News and Events

Oracle Application Express: One of Oracle's Best Kept Secrets
Oracle Application Express is a rapid Web application development tool for the Oracle Database. Version 3.2, released this month, offers many new features and improvements. Read this special report to learn how you can use Oracle Application Express to increase your company's productivity.

Eco-Transparency with Oracle Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC)
Podcast (9 min.)
Carole Switzer, president of the Open Compliance and Ethics Group, explores the increasing demand for environmentally sustainable business processes and green compliance. Because going green is good but not enough, Nicky Adams, principal product strategy manager for Oracle's GRC Applications, demonstrates how you can prove your practices are environmentally sound and compliant with Oracle GRC Manager.

DBA 2.0 Webcast: Help Your Business Weather the Storm
Tuesday, April 1410 a.m. PT
Do you want to help your company in these tough economic times but are too busy fighting fires? It's time to plot a new course—as a DBA 2.0. Learn how in this upcoming Webcast.

Oracle Open World Call for Papers
A public Call for Papers for Oracle Open World (the first in many years) is now open.


Anonymous said...

Version 3.2, released. It's a great news for oracle users.

Anonymous said...

Version 3.2, released with new features. I think it's a great news for lime asset management and oracle users.

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