Oracle has announced that a large number of Indian companies are investing in its data integration technologies to derive greater value from their data, while taking advantage of emerging technology trends such as cloud computing and big data. With data volumes growing at unprecedented rates in Indian firms, effective integration, management and use of this information in real time to make strategic business decisions and gain competitive advantage is a priority.
Companies like Bank of Baroda, Cosmos Cooperative Bank Ltd, Federal Bank, NIC, PSG Hospitals, Tata Motors and Tata Sky are using Oracle data integration technologies like Oracle GoldenGate 12c to enable continuous access to timely and trusted data across heterogeneous systems. These customers have experienced multi-fold productivity gains, up to 80-per cent reduction in total cost of ownership (TCO), …Read more
Oracle has updated its Oracle Identity Management that enables organizations to securely manage access to mobile, cloud and on-premise applications through a single, easy to use interface.
As the enterprise IT landscape becomes more complex and security risks increase, organizations are under ever increasing pressure to provide seamless and secure access to a wide variety of applications from a growing number of devices.
The latest version of Oracle Identity Management 11gR2 Patchset 3 helps simplify and streamline this process by integrating Enterprise Mobility Management into the Oracle Identity Management stack. The integration unifies mobile security, identity management and compliance into one consolidated platform.
Jim Taylor senior director product management Oracle. 300×300 Oracle enhances its Identity Management platform with Mobile Security
“To help organization efficiently address these challenges, the latest release of Oracle Identity Management integrates our mobile security and identity management offerings into one consolidated code base, user interface, policy engine and workflow. The integration will help organizations cost effectively meet strict regulatory, compliance and security demands,” said Jim Taylor, senior director, product management, Oracle.
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Oracle is giving Indian app developers a chance to be a part of the Internet of Things (IoT) movement. The company has announced an exciting global challenge – the Internet of Things Developer Challenge, which is open for entries until May 30, 2014.
The challenge will reward Java developers who create outstanding applications using Oracle’s Java-embedded technologies with devices, boards and other IoT technologies. If you are a member of this talented group, then this challenge is for you. Join the millions of Java enthusiasts across the globe, who are participating in this global challenge.
The online challenge has two categories – Students and Professionals. Each team can have a maximum of three members. The teams will have to make a video presentation of the application and submit the source code. Three teams from the professional category and one team from the student’s category will win an all-expense paid trip to JavaOne 2014 that is going to be held in San Francisco, USA in September. In addition, the second and third prize-winners from the student’s category will receive a laptop and a certificate exam voucher for US$1,500 and US$1,300, respectively.
The IoT Developer Challenge is an interesting opportunity for developers since Java offers comprehensive functionality for resource-constrained devices, with the highest level of functionality, security, connectivity and scalability in the industry. Developers can showcase their creative and technology acumen by building interesting applications for a wide range of embedded M2M systems……See More