Digital Transformation: We’ve Faced the Same Challenges at Oracle The hardest part of a digital transformation is often not the computers or software, but “the entire rethinking of how to operate in a modern global environment,” says Oracle CEO Safra Catz, who spoke at the recent Oracle OpenWorld Europe in London. But these transformations can lead to better customer understanding, financial decisions, and operations. At Oracle, by using the company’s own cloud-based applications and infrastructure, “things that would take weeks, like supply chain planning, now take an hour,” Catz says.
Top 10 Strategic CIO Priorities for 2020 First on the list: Accelerate the pace of innovation. CIOs need to see the broad shift to the cloud, including autonomous technologies, as freeing their IT organizations to spend more time and money on developing customer-wowing, market-share-expanding, products and services—and less time and money on system maintenance, tuning, security, and upgrades. What’s next?
Oracle Builds on Cloud Momentum with Five New Regions Worldwide To run critical systems in the cloud, Oracle customers need fully independent cloud regions for disaster recovery purposes. That’s why Oracle has committed to having 36 cloud regions available by the end of 2020. Just this month, the company announced local regions in Saudi Arabia, Australia, Japan, Canada, and the Netherlands, all open for business and available in the Oracle Cloud Console.
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