Published On: Tue, Oct 27th, 2015

Oracle’s Larry Ellison: IBM and SAP were our biggest competitors but ‘we no longer pay any attention’ to them

Ellison: "I can make the case that IBM was greatest company in the history of companies, but they are just nowhere in the cloud. SAP is the largest applications company that ever existed. They are nowhere in the cloud."

Technology Leaders Address Oracle Open World Conference


Oracle’s Larry Ellison took the stage Sunday night to open his company’s massive tech conference in San Francisco.

As expected, he talked about cloud computing and more cloud computing.

Oracle, like all the classic IT vendors, is madly racing after cloud computing because business customers are going gaga for it, ditching their traditional way of buying software and hardware and renting it from companies like Amazon Web Services and Google, instead.

Read the full story at The Business Insider, by Julie Bort

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