Monday, August 9, 2010

Contributions by Angela Golla, Infogram Contributor

InformationWeek Global CIO: Larry Ellison and the New Oracle Rock the Tech World

On August 4, 2010, InformationWeek published an article titled, “Larry Ellison And The New Oracle Rock The Tech World,” which points out how “Oracle promises to redefine not only product categories but also customer expectations.”

From recent interviews with Oracle executives, plus an extensive analysis of public comments made by Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and other Oracle executives in the past 15 months, the author came up with what he thinks are the five main elements of Oracle's strategy for the next couple of years. It is definitely an interesting read.

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