Top 5 Surprising Reasons to Use Oracle Cloud

Top 5 Surprising Reasons to Use Oracle Cloud

At this point, everyone knows that leveraging cloud solutions, such as Oracle Cloud, can lower your costs, support true agility, and improve enterprise-wide productivity. These are all great reasons to move to the cloud – but they’re old news.  The cloud changes fast, and so do the reasons enterprise leaders choose it. Here are the […]

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Getting the Most Out of Oracle Cloud

There’s a lot more to Oracle Cloud than you think. We’ve talked previously about how Oracle’s Cloud offers more than cloud apps and more than cloud infrastructure. But we haven’t talked much about how the latest advances in cloud technology differ from past cloud solutions because today’s Oracle Cloud is autonomous, integrated, powered by never-before-seen […]

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Now Available! Oracle Cloud and Microsoft Azure Integration

Big news! Oracle Cloud and Microsoft Azure have announced a cloud interoperability partnership. This benefits your enterprise because it simplifies your access to world-class enterprise tech products and reduces the effort it takes to migrate to, and fully leverage, the cloud. Get the facts here or contact Centroid to find out how your company can […]

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Mistakes to Avoid When Moving to the Oracle Cloud

Less than a decade ago, no one knew what “the cloud” was. Now, every business on the planet is seemingly in a race to get to the cloud. Or rather, the majority of businesses are already on the cloud with at least one application, and now the question lies in when your company should migrate […]

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Keeping Up with Cloud Technology – How to Stay Ahead in an Ever-Changing World

Having trouble keeping up with cloud technology? That’s understandable. Cloud tech is a vast category that includes most of the emerging technologies, and options like multi-cloud and the alphabet soup of AI, XaaS, and IoT certainly don’t make the cloud any easier to understand. Cloud solutions change all the time and, while it can be tempting […]

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On Premises vs. the Oracle Cloud – How to Know If Cloud Technology Is Right for You

Whew! This has been quite a journey these last few blogs as we’ve discussed everything cloud, including the significant differences between Oracle Cloud ERP and Oracle on-premises ERP, how to make the right business technology decision for your needs, and how to start framing your software strategy so you end up with the right solution for […]

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On Premises vs. the Oracle Cloud – How to Know Which Oracle System Is Right for Your Needs

In our last two articles from this in-depth, four-part series all about choosing between Oracle Cloud technology and Oracle on-premises solutions, we discussed the surprising truth business leaders need to know about Oracle ERP Cloud and talked about your various options during your Oracle system selection process. In part 3 of the series, we’ll discuss […]

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On Premises vs. the Oracle Cloud – How to Know What Oracle Software Is Right for Your Business

In our last blog, part 1 of this series, we discussed the main differences between Oracle Cloud ERP and Oracle on-premises ERP. In essence, cloud ERP does not offer the same capabilities as its on-premises counterpart, yet you may still be surprised by which Oracle software solution is right for your needs. In this article, we’ll clarify […]

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On Premises vs. the Oracle Cloud – How to Know What’s Right for Your Business

According to a recent Gartner study, “What Oracle ERP Customers Need to Know About Oracle Cloud Applications,” 55% of Oracle’s on-premises customers will have moved 80% of their on-premises capabilities to Oracle Cloud Applications by 2021. That means that, within just three years, the majority of Oracle users will primarily use the cloud for their […]

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FASB Updates Cloud Computing Accounting Standards, Which Impacts Oracle Cloud

As of August 29, 2018, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has approved amendments to the accounting guidelines that relate to cloud computing. These changes affect Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) contracts, as well as similar types of hosting arrangements. Oracle Cloud products will be […]

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