IBM, Oracle, Cisco certification manager hacked 
Investigation under way to check what info was accessed.
Salesforce dubs SAP, Oracle "cloud deniers" as it closes stellar quarter 
Oracle showcases 'software in silicon' 
Claims Sparc M7 is the fastest microprocessor in the world.
Ellison: Oracle cloud compute is half the price of AWS 
"We will be aggressive and beat their prices."
Oracle unleashes elastic compute, cloud networking 
Going hard on IaaS with a torrent of new products.
New Oracle microprocessor can stop viruses 
First chip ever to validate software in real time.
Oracle distie splits with cloud marketplace provider 
Nextgen Distribution's cloud store stalled.
NEC to replace Australia's apprenticeship IT platform 
'Incredibly complex' system based on Microsoft Dynamics, Oracle.
Behind News Corp's headline-grabbing shift to AWS 
How Myriad IT migrated JD Edwards to Amazon.
How CSC-UXC could create a $1.4bn Aussie channel giant 
AWS exec slams 'old guard' database rival Oracle 
New database service costs $3 to migrate 1TB.
Oracle to reveal Exadata-as-a-service at OpenWorld 
Access same database via on-prem and cloud.
In with IBM, out with Oracle at Human Services 
Deloitte swallows up another Oracle reseller 
Accountant's channel buying spree show no signs of slowing.
Salesforce sledges SAP, Oracle as it beats expectations again 
EMC-VMware storage exec Chuck Hollis jumps to Oracle  
Pip Marlow, Tim Ebbeck, Andrew Penn named top LinkedIn users 
Oracle exec scolds customers over bug scanning 
Rails against customers and consultants.
The eight most controversial companies of 2015 (so far) 
UXC racks up $100m with Microsoft and Oracle deals 
Software goes gangbusters with mystery clients.
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Issue: 343 | October 2015

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.