Oracle 2015 ICT Outlook Statement

Oracle Malaysia published the 2015 outlook statement by Jimmy Cheah, Managing Director, Oracle Corporation, Malaysia

Jimmy Cheah opines that the moving forward ICT business landscape will be largely influenced by consumer-oriented demand such as the demand for mobility support of application and integration with social media.

Jimmy Cheah

To benefit from this trend, the challenge is budget constraints - such as maintaining and migration of legacy applications to support mobility and analytics in order to support a broader perspective.

Cloud solution can help with this, and this presents opportunities for cloud based security requirement.

Jimmy Cheah was quoted:

With a complete cloud offering, Oracle aims to be the trusted IT partner for local businesses by helping them to embark on Cloud. Oracle offers the industry’s largest portfolio of SaaS applications in the Cloud with customer experience applications, including sales capabilities; human capital management suite with social tools; and offer local enterprises industrial-strength ERP applications in the Cloud.

Oracle PaaS is designed to be the turn-key cloud development platform, with advanced features such as multi-tenancy, high-speed analytics, and social and mobile capabilities, for applications integrations. As a part of it, the flagship Oracle Database 12c will also be offered as a cloud service. Oracle IaaS will serve as the on-premise cloud offering for deploying Oracle's Engineered Systems.

Happy new year !