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Oracle expands on-premise public cloud offering – sounds weird right?

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Oracle has continued its journey into the cloud, expanding an interesting proposition to target the data sensitive and paranoid.

IBM Cloud comes to China

Wanda Plaza, Beijing

Wanda Internet Technology and IBM have signed an agreement for the former to enter the public cloud business in China. This will be done via a new firm – Wanda Cloud Company – built on the IBM Cloud Platform.

Oracle earnings look promising, but why the IaaS obsession?

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Oracle has had another positive quarter as it navigates the complicated waters of business transformation, but it’s still a long way from kicking Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).

AWS, IBM, Google and Azure dominate cloud revenues

Cloud-market-share

Synergy Research has released its latest findings for the global cloud computing market, painting a worrying picture for any challengers looking to cash in on the craze.

Eurobank in digital banking overhaul with Accenture

Eurobank embarks on digital transformation

Eurobank Ergasias has signed a ten-year agreement with Accenture to pursue digital transformation of its subsidiaries in Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia and Ukraine. Accenture will help build a new platform for the bank, dubbed “Intelligent Infrastructure”. It will be based on Accenture’s Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) offering and will support Eurobank’s core functions, such as loans and deposits, […]

Are cloud-based managed services set to take off in 2016?

Dana Brants, Swift, predicts  the managed services "megatrend"

Over the last few years, technology infrastructures have become increasingly complex and expensive to manage. At the same time, IT budgets have been cut, leading to companies finding it hard to provide and maintain IT infrastructures. Dana Brants, head of services at Swift, looks at what companies can do under the circumstances. Due to costs, […]

Capture Today’s Banking Customer Leveraging Infrastructure-as-a-Service

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Improve your customer’s experience with Hybrid IT Banks must compete fiercely for new customers and to hold onto the ones they have. That means consistently meeting customer expectations, which is no easy task given the speed with which those expectations are evolving, particularly in terms of Internet and mobile interactions. Banks need to deploy technology […]

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