5 things you should know about moving your Oracle estate to the Cloud

1) “What do you do with all the existing Oracle licences we have purchased?”There are different approaches, depending on whether you take up the Oracle’s Cloud licensing offerings or choose to use your existing licences. There are options if you want to surrender what you have or freeze it for future use or just carry […]

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5 Top Oracle Java Questions

1) What is happening?”Oracle has changed the way that Java SE is supported; unpaid support for Java SE will cease. Support for commercial users ended in January 2019. Many Java Commercial users use Java SE for business commercial production purposes as part of the Java application delivered by a third party or developed internally, rather […]

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5 things you should know about Oracle licensing

​1) “What do we do with older Oracle products we can no longer buy?””In general, you don’t need to replace older products or metrics if they were purchased as perpetual licences and you are still gaining a business benefit from them. There are a few exceptions. Give us a call if you think you may […]

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5 Go Off On an Oracle Licensing Training Course

1) “What will they discover?”a) Quick Start / Beginners:- “If they are looking for a great value for money refresher or quick introduction to Oracle Licensing, then this is the course for them.”b) Foundation:- “There are exercises to test out your learning as you progress through and an exam at the end of this Foundation […]

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5 things you should know about Oracle’s Q4

​1) “Is it the best time to buy?”A large portion of Oracle’s business is carried out in Q4 and this is often the best time to buy if it fits in with your own business buying cycle and suits your project(s). However, if you end up spending money outside of your budget period or you buy […]

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Can you cancel an Oracle ULA?

Can you cancel an Oracle ULA?What do you do if you have an Unlimited Licence Agreement (ULA) and you’ve now decided you don’t need it? Perhaps you have decided to move away from Oracle altogether, business is not so good, your business is being acquired by another company, or perhaps you are moving to the Cloud. Previously […]

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Oracle Java Support Changes

​Oracle Java Support ChangesOracle is changing the way that Java SE is supported and unpaid support for Java SE will cease. Support for commercial users will continue until at least January 2019, but many Java commercial users use Java SE for business commercial production purposes as part of a Java application developed in-house or provided by […]

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Madora Announces Next Phase Of Its Oracle Licensing Toolkit

Madora Announces Next Phase Of Its Oracle Licensing ToolkitMadora Consulting, one of the leading international Oracle licensing specialists, has announced today that it has completed the next phase of its internal Oracle Licensing Toolkit with the addition of Fusion Middleware. The toolkit already covers E-Business Suite, Database and options. ​The Madora Oracle Licensing Toolkit has been […]

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Do HR and finance leaders have time to assess their technology needs?

Do HR and finance leaders have time to assess their technology needs?This is a guest Blog post from Andy Nellis – CEO of eResolve, specialists in providing ‘value add’ solutions using their expertise in ERP Technology and Business Management.Please see our partner page for further details of eResolve and how they can help you with […]

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How Price Wars With Amazon Could Affect Oracle’s Margin

How Price Wars With Amazon Could Affect Oracle’s MarginAmazon’s dominance in cloudEarlier in the series, we discussed the growing competition in the database space that has fueled price wars between Oracle’s (ORCL) Database 18c and Amazon’s (AMZN) Redshift. Though Amazon has a small presence in the database space, it is an undisputable leader in the […]

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