Oracle Database Management Strategic Directions

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2. Oracle Fusion Middleware products like J2EE, ADF, XML, BPEL, SOA, Web Services, Discoverer...).
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Thursday, January 31, 2008

Leveraging Technology

In today's global Internet environment we all see things are changing faster and faster every day.  The side effect of this is organizations and individuals push back by trying to keep everything the same. It's more important than ever that to be thinking about:
  • How do we continue to adapt our business processes for a world where technology is constantly changing?
  • What are our sources to make sure we have the correct business insight into open standards and open source and we are increasing value to our customers?
  • Do we periodically make sure sure we have the right focus and alignment between user centricity and our corporate goals?
  • How do we measure the Reliability, Availability, Service and Security (RASS) within our technical infrastructures?
"Even if you are not moving in the right direction as an organization, you should at least be pointed in the right direction".

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