What do you make of Oracle’s push to the cloud?

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Oracle is making huge waves in the cloud computing industry as the company just announced a nine-year deal with Salesforce.com, just a day after partnering with Microsoft. Meanwhile in the next few days, Oracle will be also adding NetSuite and Amazon as cloud partners. What do you make of Oracle's push to the cloud?

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  • Ben Rubenstein
    May be too little, too late.
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