Happy New Year! Upcoming Events in January 2011
By Mandy Ho on Jan 04, 2011
Oracle Database kicks off the New Year at the following events during the month of January. Hope to see you there and please send in your pictures and feedback!
Jan 20, 2011 - San Francisco, CA
LinkShare Symposium West 2011
Oracle is a proud Gold Sponsor at the LinkShare Symposium West 2011 January 20 in San Francisco, California. Year after year LinkShare has been bringing their network the opportunity to come to life. At the LinkShare Symposium online performance marketing leaders meet to optimize face-to-face during a full day of networking.
Learn more by attending Oracle Breakout Session, "Omni - Channel Retailing, What is possible now?" on Thursday, January 20, 11:15 a.m. - 12:00 noon, Grand Ballroom.
Jan" 24, 2011 - Cincinnati, OH
Greater Cincinnati Oracle User Group Meeting
"Tom Kyte Day" - Featuring a day of sessions presented by Senior Technical Architect, Tom Kyte. Sessions include "Top 10, no 11, new features of Oracle Database 11g Release 2" and "What do I really need to know when upgrading", plus more.
Jan 25, 2011 - Vancouver, British Columbia
Oracle Security Solutions Forum
Featuring a Special Keynote Presentation from Tom Kyte - Complete Database Security
Join us at this half-day event; Oracle Database Security Solutions: Complete Information Security. Learn how Oracle Database Security solutions help you:
• Prevent external threats like SQL injection attacks from reaching your databases
• Transparently encrypt application data without application changes
• Prevent privileged database users and administrators from accessing data
• Use native database auditing to monitor and report on database activity
• Mask production data for safe use in nonproduction environments
Jan" 26, 2011 - Halifax, Nova Scotia
Oracle Database Security Technology Day
Exclusive Seminar on Complete Information Security with Oracle Database 11g
The amount of digital data within organizations is growing at unprecedented rates, as is the value of that data and the challenges of safeguarding it. Yet most IT security programs fail to address database security--specifically, insecure applications and privileged users.
So how can you protect your mission-critical information? Avoid risky third-party solutions? Defend against security breaches and compliance violations? And resist costly new infrastructure investments?
Join us at this half-day seminar, Oracle Database Security Solutions: Complete Information Security, to find out