All Things Oracle in the Cloud

December 19, 2017

Recently, SoftwareONE UK, provided an in depth webinar covering: “Modernizing Oracle Licensing: For Cloud, Virtualization & Hybrid.” As the second largest global software publisher, Oracle has a depth and breadth throughout enterprises today that cover off on software, hardware, and services; however with such a presence often comes complexity in regards to licensing, usage rights […]

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SoftwareONE’s Perspective on Multi-Cloud – Stay In Control

November 9, 2017

Multi-cloud is on the rise. In some organisations, individuals and departments adopt various cloud solutions and services over a period of time, resulting in a gradual drift into a multi-cloud scenario. Other organisations deliberately assign workloads to both Microsoft Azure and AWS, seeking to reduce excessive reliance on either vendor, enhance flexibility, improve resiliency and […]

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SoftwareONE at Oracle Open World 2017 – Come say hello!

September 22, 2017

As a twenty year veteran of the Oracle ecosystem, I’m excited to attend this year’s Oracle Open World 2017. My goal is to understand from partners, customers and analysts what progress Oracle is making in transitioning its business to the cloud. Specifically, are customers migrating their database and middleware workloads to Oracle via subscription? To […]

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SoftwareONE Uncovers the Positives and Negatives with AHUB

September 13, 2017

There has recently been a lot of buzz surrounding Azure Hybrid Use Benefit (also known as Hybrid Use Right, or simply AHUB), a Microsoft Software Assurance benefit tied to Windows Server licensing.  Most of the questions SoftwareONE fields regarding AHUB pertain to potential cost savings. “Is this really a less expensive way to deploy Windows […]

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SoftwareONE to Present at the Upcoming Gartner IT Financial, Procurement & Asset Management Summit

September 6, 2017

In a recent Gartner survey it was determined that Software Asset Management (SAM) is now a strategic, C-level initiative, and no longer limited to middle management concerns. In fact, 79% of those responsible for SAM now report to the C-level, and 27% of those responsible for the execution of SAM are C-level themselves. Given the […]

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