Whilst speaking at the HR Technology Conference in Chicago, Oracle President Mark Hurd reassured HR Execs that PeopleSoft still has a strong future. He also confirmed that – far from petering out – the PeopleSoft contingent was the largest for any platform at OpenWorld.
Is Larry Ellison about to splash out again? AEG owns the Millennium Dome (now called the O2 Arena) in London – the World’s busiest music arena. What are the odds on it being re-christened the Exa-dome?
PDFs of the presentations given at OpenWorld are now available for download. Unlike other years you can still get the content even if you didn’t attend as there is no logon required to access the site.
Here are some videos on the imminent Oracle Social Network. Some of the content (presence, chatting, following etc) will be very familiar to those of the ‘Facebook generation’, but it’s good to see that they’re all in version 1 of the product.
Stefan Ried from Forrester research compares OpenWorld to DreamForce. Some of the scoring seems a bit off (Larry’s keynote on Sunday was a triumph, with very clear messaging (“Social, Mobile, Cloud”) so the overall result should probably have been a tie), it’s a good read however.
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