La sauvegarde est une chose, la restauration est tout.
Vous reconnaissez sans aucun doute combien votre base de données Oracle est essentielle à la réussite de votre organisation. Mais que faire en cas de panne ou de cyberattaque ? Êtes-vous certain de pouvoir restaurer rapidement toutes vos données ? Les solutions de sauvegarde traditionnelles peuvent exposer votre entreprise au risque de la perte de données. La solution Oracle Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance réduit votre exposition à ce risque et vous permet d’économiser du temps, des efforts et le stress de la récupération des données.
Découvrez comment nos clients récupèrent leurs données sans drame.
Oracle Database powers your business’s mission-critical applications.
Their downtime and data loss can have a devastating impact on your company’s bottom line and productivity—not to mention the damage to your company’s (and your) reputation, because outages and data losses make headlines.
Enterprises like yours face the growing risk
of cyberattacks, which increases your exposure
to the risk of data loss. One of the most menacing
forms of these is ransomware, where your data
is encrypted and literally held ransom—until you
pay cybercriminals to release it, or you recover
your data from a point in time before your
systems were attacked.
Such attacks and data losses make headlines
—damaging your organization’s reputation.
And with new regulations concerning data
protection coming into force (such as those
introduced by the US Department of the Treasury
and the European Union) failing to prepare
for a quick recovery from a cyberattack could
mean serious financial penalties.
The purpose of IT backup and recovery systems is to avoid data loss and recover
quickly, thereby minimizing downtime costs. Traditional storage-centric data protection
architectures such as Purpose Built Backup Appliances (PBBAs), and the conventional
backup and restore processing supporting them, are prone to failure on recovery. This
is because the processes, both automated and manual, are too numerous, too complex,
and too difficult to test adequately. In turn this leads to unacceptable levels of failure for
today’s mission critical applications, and a poor foundation for digital transformation
Governments are taking notice. Heightened regulatory compliance requirements have
implications for data recovery processes and are an unwelcome but timely catalyst for
companies to get their recovery houses in order. Onerous malware, such as
ransomware and other cyber attacks increase the imperative for organizations to have
highly granular recovery mechanisms in place that allow
The finance team’s data
analytics skills put CFOs in the driving
seat of digital change. Read the
Economist Intelligence Unit report now to learn:
• How finance helps other business units meet their digital ambitions
• Why finance need to make data visible across the business
• Why it’s important to develop m
or digital success
Technology adoption varies from sector to sector, company to company and department to
department. We asked 4000 leaders about their views on technology to find out which had the
potential to cause serious innovation.
It might be surprising to know that
although its adoption levels are lower than other emerging
technologies, artificial intelligence is most exciting to HR leaders. However, chatbots are what
people want to hear less about.
How did the other 4 technologies fare? The
results were fascinating
Transformation technologies like IoT, blockchain, AI, cloud security, autonomous and chatbots
are all jostling for our attention. But which ones are considered important and which ones are
businesses actually using? In August 201
8, we asked 4,000 senior decision
makers across 21
markets to tell us how they felt about the different technologies
Fascinated to find out?
Marketers know innovation is business power and many report that cloud security delivers
more than any other innovation technologies. But when it comes to inspiration, IoT comes top,
and blockchain not far behind.
After talking to 27 leading CFOs, the Economist Intelligence Unit finds that the finance team’s data analytics skills put the CFO in the driving seat of digital change.The result is that the CFO has a new responsibility to:
• Help other business units meet their digital ambitions•Make relevant data visible across the business• Develop goals and metrics for digital success
Watch this webinar to understand exactly where AI fits within HR. Euan Semple, speaker, writer and consultant, describes how you could apply AI and ML within HR to drive meaningful
change.But before that can happen, teams need to trust the technologies they’re using.
The transition to autonomous is all around. Its capability for problem-solving has never been seen before. Its potential for creating business value from algorithms and data makes it the next big frontier for business leaders. Two industry experts have discussed Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloudand what it can help organisations achieve. Talking about innovation,
security and efficiency, they put the casefor an autonomous future.
Join Oracle’s CX and Marketing Strategy Director, Wendy Hogan, and Senior Vice President Oracle Marketing, Shashi Seth, as they tell how AI, machine learning and data science can engage customers, automate tasks and build ROI. Reaching the right customers on the right channel at the right time, brings rewards for CMOs who embrace these innovations, including engaged customers and increased ROI. Be inspired by the new-generation AI, machine learning and data science and take your marketing to the next level.
If you’re like other HR professionals, you wonder what more you could do to drive business growth.
In our latest research, we asked 5,000 decision-makers their views of the role of innovation in driving business growth.
• Why HR feels limited by innovation teams being too separated from their organisation’s core business
• The six processes for idea generation and project delivery
• Which leadership behaviours HR finds valuable in supporting innovation culture
Our research uncovers the key innovation challenges they face, key execution issues, and the barriers to true innovation.
See what HR leaders think
EIU: CFOs now in the Digital Driving Seat
White Paper Published By: Oracle
The finance team’s data analytics skills put CFOs in the driving
seat of digital change. Read the Economist Intelligence Unit report now to learn:
• How finance helps other business units meet their digital ambitions
• Why finance needs to make data visible across the business
• Why it’s important to develop metrics for digital success
Technology adoption varies from sector to sector, company to company and department to department. We asked 4000 leaders about their views on technology to find out which had the potential to cause serious innovation.
It might be surprising to know that although its adoption levels are lower than other emerging technologies, artificial intelligence is most exciting to HR leaders. However, chatbots are what people want to hear less about.
How did the other 4 technologies fare? The results were fascinating.
How confident are you and your peers about the data and security practices you’re working with? We asked 5,000 executives globally, across 24 markets and have some interesting results to share. For example, up to half of IT leaders consider their data is manageable but struggle to gain meaningful insights from it. Yet, while AI and autonomous technology could help relieve this situation, they aren’t high on the priority list. Read our report to find out more about executives’ views about data in connection with security, ethics, and visualisation.
Read the report
The Era of Autonomous Database Technology.
Read expert insights with first-hand accounts from DBAs and other IT professionals who see the wisdom if embracing autonomous database technology.
Hear from master DBAs, database product experts, and Oracle ACE Directors and learn why Oracle Autonomous Database is an opportunity to shed mundane responsibilities and embrace positive changes.
Innovate rather than Administrate. Download now.
Oracle DBAs Share Insights about the Future of Cloud, Security, Artificial Intelligence, and Autonomous Computing.
This year, in addition to canvasing analysts, pundits, and executives for their strategic insights, Oracle is interested in the tactical views, predictions, and opinions of master DBAs, database product experts, and Oracle ACE Directors. We gathered insights about database management, security, artificial intelligence, autonomous computing, and many other topics and cover how future trends will impact DBA careers during 2019, and beyond.
The Intelligent Enterprise Era. Download predictions.
What if your database could install, manage, secure, and upgrade itself—with little or no manual administration required? Now it’s possible, thanks to machine learning, artificial intelligence and the power of the cloud.
Discover how the Oracle Autonomous Database is:
• Self-driving: Tell it the service level you want to achieve, and it does the rest.
• Self-securing: It installs patches automatically and uses AI to counter threats.
• Self-repairing: It patches, scales, and tunes itself while your operations are running, to deliver 99.995% uptime.
Discover the power of autonomous data management. Download now.
The world is changing fast. Agile, global workforces are creating new challenges for HR leaders, so how can you and your teams respond? In this ever-changing business landscape they can discover fresh sources of talent and create a more agile workforce. To do that they need the right tools. The future demands the kind of agility that can only be delivered by a move to cloud. Once HR leaders are able to innovate continuously, they can identify new talent, motivate their workforce and ensure every resource is properly allocated. It’s time to think about future-proofed efficiency.
Discover how HR leaders can discover new talent and create a more agile workforce with cloud.
Organisations should reimagine their workforces with a human focus, and HR leaders have a key role in this transformation. Our webinar discusses the recent trends highlighted in a Deloitte report, including why human capital can no longer be seen as an expense; it has to be viewed as investment. The rise of the individual, self fulfilment and how it should be a prime consideration, and how HR leaders can use cloud as a launch pad to new approaches of finding, rewarding and retaining talent.
Discover how future success lies in social enterprises and the role HR and cloud will play.
The workplace is being reimagined. There’s a new focus on the human and that’s given rise to organisations reimagining themselves as social enterprises. The growth of hybrid jobs and super jobs presents HR leaders with fresh challenges. New ways have to be found of identifying talent from within and outside an organisation. A recent Deloitte report highlights the need for collaboration across the business and a bold plan that embraces new technology. Our webinar discusses that report, the actions for HR leaders and why cloud is the place to start.
Discover why cloud can open up new approaches in your search for talent.
There are obviously a variety of choices open to you: a spreadsheet plug-in may be appropriate if you are only focused on general ledger reporting and do not have concerns over security or compliance. You might also suppose that this is a low-cost option, though we would argue that the remediation required, the additional audit fees and the lack of repeatability means that this is a false economy and that this approach will end up costing you more in the long term. A second use case would be where you already have a financial reporting solution installed, when the add-on facilities for purposes such as business intelligence are likely to be your major focus. In this case an Oracle based solution is likely to be as good as anything else.
Published By: Dell EMC
Published Date: Feb 07, 2018
VxRail appliances, now leveraging industry leading Dell PowerEdge servers, support business critical applications and workloads in many configurations providing required reliability, availability, flexibility and performance.
Every organization has its own set of business critical applications. For instance:
- Database applications such as Microsoft SQL server and Oracle
- Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications such as SAP - E-mail applications such as Microsoft Exchange
-Collaboration applications, such as Microsoft SharePoint
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Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: Jun 21, 2019
Moving major, business-supporting applications to the cloud can be a challenge for a variety of reasons. You may have concerns about the physical migration of data, as data loss or business disruption stemming from a migration issue would be a disaster for the business. Security is another typical concern, as a data breach of your most sensitive applications—like SAP or Oracle— could prove highly damaging. Akin to security, data sovereignty is an issue for many businesses. Stringent compliance laws in some jurisdictions are dictating data “residency”; and in the cloud, it is not always clear where the data is housed.
Among managed cloud service users, 68% state that using such services helps them to better manage resource allocation and make SAP and Oracle costs more predictable.
In this paper, we will look at common concerns over deploying and optimally managing business-critical, legacy applications in the cloud. We consider the benefits of managed cloud services, and how your
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