What Oracle Says about Simplifying IT and Enabling Business Transformation—Oracle OpenWorld 2013

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Oracle OpenWorld

This year’s Oracle OpenWorld 2013 promises to be a showcase of simplifying IT and enabling business transformation. This is what they’re saying about the keynotes:

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“Hear how you can optimize your existing systems, and get a glimpse into upcoming technology breakthroughs.”

For more information about the keynotes, click here.

You can still pre-register for the conference by September 20th and save some money. The conference begins on the 22nd and goes to the 26th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. [Psst! They even have set up a fun day of extreme sailing with America’s Cup finest – see the Networks link from the Home page of the conference or click here.]

Well, maybe you should get your homework done before attending. For example, see what real users are saying about Oracle BI Enterprise Edition on IT Central Station.

Alex Kriegel says, “Solid enterprise BI platform but lacks coherence” in his review here. Another reviewer, Josh Kragness says , “Powerful platform for summarizing data within a DW environment” in his review here.

About Oracle Enterprise Manager, this real user who is a database administrator says, “Provides complete integrated solutions to achieve the level of business service quality” in his review here.

That’s just  about two of the many many enterprise solutions that Oracle has. Check out all the Oracle products, the reviews here, and formulate your own opinion. Hey—think about it—you could end up being able to ask some really cool, if not IT geeky questions if you’re planning on attending Oracle OpenWorld. You know you like being an IT geek. Admit it!

So here’s an awesome way to be a part of the “Yelp for Enterprise Tech Pros” as the Wall Street Journal says on IT Central Station:

  1. Read one.
  2. Write one.
  3. Comment on two.

Reviews that is! Get started by developing your profile and then jump right to the products and solutions you’re using or want to know about.

Check out the top ten reasons to become a contributor here.


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