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Oracle and Fujitsu partner up to tackle Japanese market

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Oracle and Fujitsu have announced a partnership to deliver Oracle cloud application and platform services to Japanese customers

Contract dispute with HPE costs Oracle $3bn

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Oracle has released a statement declaring it will appeal a jury decision to side with HPE in a long-running contract dispute worth $3 billion.

Oracle and BT team up to conquer the cloud

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Oracle has announced a new partnership with BT as the company continues its efforts to redefine its offering and penetrate the cloud computing market segment.

Oracle sets sights on IaaS market as it reports 49% cloud growth

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Oracle has reported its 2016 Q4 results stating growth over the period declined 1% to $10.6 billion, though its cloud business grew 49% to $859 million.

Bridging the Gap: Hybrid Cloud – blurring the lines between public and private cloud capabilities

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The public cloud is often seen as something that sits outside the enterprise. But its capabilities can be brought in-house

Oracle continues efforts to buy its way into the cloud market with $532 million acquisition

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Oracle has announced it has entered a definitive agreement to acquire Opower for approximately $532 million, seemingly continuing its efforts to muscle into the lucrative cloud space through acquisition as opposed to organic growth.

Oracle bolsters construction capabilities with $663mn Textura acquisition

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Oracle has announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Textura, provider of construction contracts and payment management cloud services.

Oracle acquisition boosts position in data-as-a-service market

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Oracle has announced its intention to acquire Israeli machine-learning company Crosswire, in a bid to strengthen its Data-as-a-Service offering.

Oracle expands cloud offering into customer datacentres

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Oracle launched Cloud at Customer, a new service designed to extend Oracle’s cloud into a customer’s datacentre.

Oracle records 40% growth in cloud business

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Oracle announced its quarterly results with revenues at $9 billion, down 3% in comparison to the same period last year, though the cloud business recorded growth of 40%.

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