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By Tarek Salama on Mar 07, 2014
Tuesday Sep 24, 2013
By Tarek Salama on Sep 24, 2013
Customer’s needs today are unlimited since all the customers and their end users are looking forward to have the latest technology. They are already used to and they want to use it for business, anywhere at any time.This approach requires a modernization process aligned with the latest technology, also handling the explosion of data, the added security and performance requirements and so on. Modernization needs to start from the core, where the data are kept.
Higher Management and in general the business owners are concerned with managing risk, controlling costs and focused on growth. Hence the ability to deal with:
- Increased Customer Expectation
- Accelerated information growth
- Business complexity
Database Consolidation and DBaaS are modernization solutions and allow IT to move away from being labeled as another Cost Center to becoming an important Business Enabler.
Let's review what Oracle Database 12c is offering assisting us to move forward to new offerings and more capabilities.[Read More]
Thursday Sep 12, 2013
By Thanos Terentes Printzios-Oracle on Sep 12, 2013
Monday Apr 15, 2013
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By Thanos Terentes Printzios-Oracle on Apr 15, 2013
IT organizations today want to reduce total cost of ownership, increase their ability to react to business demand, and minimize reliance on legacy skill sets while insuring that they are meeting new compliance demands.
Customers needs for today is unlimited since all the customers and those end users are looking forward to have the latest technology like cloud, web, mobile, tablets and social media. So the explosion of the data and the revolution of the technology make the modernization in top of the IT business.
With continuing pressure to react to new business requirements and retiring legacy skill sets, IT organizations are finding it difficult to address ongoing business requirements.
Friday Mar 22, 2013
By Thanos Terentes Printzios-Oracle on Mar 22, 2013
Most security programs are failing to adequately address database security. Customers continue to be challenged to secure information against loss and protect the integrity of sensitive information like critical financial data, personally identifiable information (PII) and credit card data for PCI compliance.
Industry data indicates only 25% of organizations are monitoring for unauthorized database change on most of their databases, much less able to prevent such security breaches. Similarly 70% of organizations have database auditing turned on, but the majority conduct a database audit less than once a year.
With Oracle's powerful database activity monitoring and blocking, privileged user and multi-factor access control, data classification, transparent data encryption, consolidated auditing and reporting, secure configuration management, and data masking, Oracle Partners can become a trusted advisor offering reliable data security solutions that do not require any changes to existing applications, saving time and money to customers.[Read More]
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