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    1. Publisher: computerworld.com
      There is nothing to install. You map the services together, and click deploy, and you are literally done.
      - In Oracle goes all in on cloud services
    2. Publisher: computerworld.com
      We are winning big time in ERP in the cloud.
      - In Oracle goes all in on cloud services
    3. Publisher: computerworld.com
      We basically never see either company in the cloud. It is quite extraordinary.
      - In Oracle goes all in on cloud services
    4. Publisher: computerworld.com
      One of our strategies is to offer the same technologies on premise and in the cloud so you can easily move your applications back and forth with the push of a button.
      - In Oracle goes all in on cloud services
    5. Publisher: computerworld.com
      We've learned over decades with on-premise technologies that standards were very important.
      - In Oracle goes all in on cloud services
    6. Publisher: ZDNet
      By going on-demand, CIOs have reduced their internal data centre operations and outsourced many of their green concerns to providers.
      - In Whatever happened to green IT?
    7. Publisher: ZDNet
      It's not happened directly; it's happened by design - it's just the way that the industry has developed.
      - In Whatever happened to green IT?
    8. Publisher: ZDNet
      Those deals also have payback in terms of tax incentives, marketing benefits, and potentially mitigating against future carbon regulation.
      - In Whatever happened to green IT?
    9. Publisher: TechCrunch
      Over the last 20 to 30 years, he [Hinton] has been pushing forward the frontier of neural networks and deep learning.
      - In Deep Learning And The Future Of Search Engine Optimization
    10. Publisher: forbes.com
      We believe this still a multi-decade transformation that we're being part of, and we can think of this as the early innings for the public knows and understands as the cloud industry
      - In By 2018, 62% Of CRM Will Be Cloud-Based, And The Cloud Computing Market Will Reach $127.5B
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