Oracle services at iOCO
Achieve maximum value from business-critical applications with Oracle Enterprise Data Quality products.
Eskom’s internal IT team ‘holds fort’ amid Oracle dispute
The state-owned company embarks on an emergency procurement process after the US enterprise software giant pulls the plug on IT support services.
Oracle insists Eskom must cough up in contract tiff
The power utility puts contingency measures in place to ensure minimal power disruptions amid a nasty contractual dispute with the enterprise software giant.
Data protection, data availability across leading cloud platforms
Veritas NetBackup v9 addresses the need to protect and manage data more efficiently.
After court defeat, Oracle maintains Google ‘stole’ Java
The Supreme Court rules Google did not commit copyright infringement against Oracle when it copied snippets of Java to build its Android OS.
Eskom confirms contractual dispute with Oracle
The power utility says it is involved in a contractual dispute with the enterprise software firm, which it contracted to provide a number of technical services.
Delivering cloud success to Lesotho Revenue Authority
Dimension Data uses technology to help LRA improve its customer service delivery.
Video: How to save money on your Oracle bill with the flexibility of IBM Power Systems
IBM Systems UKI #BrunchandLearn presents Petra Bührer, global sales leader, Power Systems AIX and IBMi.
Protecting against ransomware with Veritas Backup Exec
Veritas Backup Exec ensures that data can be recovered in the event of a ransomware attack and defends itself against more intelligent ransomware that targets backup solutions.
Mega SA data centre investments to continue
Companies are aggressively increasing investments in data centre infrastructure in anticipation of increased demand in cloud and hosted services, say analysts.
A managed services partnership with Futuresense
Futuresense’s managed services cover both Oracle and OneStream, and include the technical administrative tasks needed to keep a company’s systems running smoothly, says Nicole Astfalck, associate director at Futuresense.