Finally Oracle


Oracle showed some very good numbers in its latest earnings announcement. As it begins its second year of aggressive cloud promotion, the company overall is showing significant year-over-year improvements, thanks to its turn to cloud infrastructure, applications and platforms. Yet when read right, the numbers announce the end of the beginning of the end as much as they announce the end of the beginning. Oracle is the last major software vendor to adopt the cloud as its primary medium, and there’s no doubt about its direction.

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Apple Unveils iPhone X, iPhone 8, Watch Series 3, Apple TV 4K

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As summer comes to an end, Apple begins ramping up the production of its newest products. Today at 1PM ET (10AM PT), Apple will be holding a special event at the brand new Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino.

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Apple rumor roundup: Is an ‘iPad Pro’ on deck? 

As the deluge of news about the highly-anticipated next-generation “iPhone 6S” begins to hit the high mark, the focus shifted this week to Apple’s upcoming giant iPad.  

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Civilian IT Market to Remain Firm in 2015, as Defense Outlays Drop


The U.S. government soon will be operating in the 2015 fiscal year, which begins on Oct. 1. For information technology vendors, marketing to federal agencies will remain challenging during 2015 and succeeding years, as agencies work within a constrained budget environment.
In the short term, overall federal IT spending will decline. However, most, if not all of the reductions will fall within the Department of Defense, according to a recent forecast from Deltek. Spending within the civilian sector will remain flat.

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