Oracle is as famous within the tech industry for its legal department as it is for its ubiquitous database software. The company's lawyer-heavy reputation was immortalized in this classic comic by Googler Manu Cornet: At a media event...Show More Summary
In an exclusive interview with USA TODAY, company co-CEO Mark Hurd says 'our strategy and momentum are irrefutable.'
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd says companies that run modern, cloud-based applications get access to the most up-to-the-minute data, improving everything from sensing market shifts to calculating raw goods and inventory needs on a real-time basis.
Oracle Corp. CEO Mark Hurd has said that the company’s […]
On a beautiful day in the fall of 2015, Oracle executive chairman Larry Ellison and CEO Mark Hurd flew to Austin, Texas. They were doing one of Ellison's favorite things: shopping for real estate. "We literally walked the river looking...Show More Summary
Mark Hurd says that CIOs who cede their time-consuming and costly data center operations to cloud providers can free up a much larger percentage of their IT budgets for innovation.
Oracle Open World launched an engaging keynote presenta […]
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd talks about the transformative value of cloud computing.
Oracle Corp. is buying cloud company NetSuite Inc. in a deal valued at about $9.3 billion. Oracle Chief Executive Mark Hurd said the two companies’ cloud applications are complementary. “We intend to invest heavily in both products — engineering and distribution,” he said Thursday in a statement....
Among the top executives of California's biggest companies, the highest paid, Mark Hurd, works for a tech company in the San Francisco Bay Area. So does the second best. And the fourth. And the fifth. Among the top five, Disney's Robert Iger stands alone as the only CEO from outside of Silicon...
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Business software maker Oracle Corp expects to gain "a ton" of market share in Brazil, Chief Executive Mark Hurd said on Tuesday, adding that hiring has become easier during the economic downturn. (Reporting by Brad Haynes) Join the conversation about this story »
At Oracle HCM World in Chicago, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd maintained that getting employees “engaged” in their work is a productivity mechanism that will contribute directly to a company’s bottom line.
In recent interviews, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd offered his analysis of the fast-growing cloud sector.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd estimates that in 10 years, all enterprise development and testing of IT systems—so-called dev-test—will be done using cloud-based platforms, infrastructure, and software.
VideoIn an exclusive interview, Mark Hurd, CEO of Oracle Corp, details Oracle's cloud strategy and how it’s mounting an aggressive challenge to public cloud service providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Salesforce and Workday, while its legacy enterprise competitors such as EMC and SAP scramble for survival in a [...]
At Oracle CloudWorld, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd maintained that cloud computing allows companies to shift IT spending toward creative technology projects and more innovation, rather than spending a large chunk of budgets on routine IT ta...
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Oracle CEO Mark Hurd told CIOs that as they lead the shift to the cloud at their companies, they will have to master three pillars of executive leadership.
Companies' transitions to the cloud is driven by need for a secure, reliable environment with easy, rapid innovation, said Oracle CEO Mark Hurd.