Monday Highlights 10/25: Will mobile net strategy built on Comcast Wifi hotspots work?; Ellison takes on everyone at Oracle Open World








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Comcast's Weapon to Take on Wireless Giants: Wi-Fi Hotspots (Bloomberg)

Comcast Board OKs Plan to Streamline Stock Structure (Variety)


Oracle Open World 2015 – Larry Ellison’s first keynote, a mass of unintended contradiction (Diginomica)

Oracle's Ellison Says Cloud Industry Still in Early Days (Bloomberg)

Oracle CEO Mark Hurd's OpenWorld Keynote: Highlights and Analysis (Constellation Research)

Salesforce — not a VC firm — is now the top investor in one of the hottest tech industries (Business Insider)


IBM Announces Six New Watson Ecosystem Partners Building Cognitive Applications (IBM)

IBM: Modernize your business or risk being Uber-ized (Fortune)
Urban Outfitters app one of those featured.


Hoopla launches digital signage solution for employee engagement (Digital Signage Today)





Monday Morning briefs; Ellison dismisses SAP; says AWS is main competittor






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Intel and Oracle push into big data, label IBM and SAP cloud clowns (The Register)
Ellison says AWS top competitor, as OpenWorld opens.
Ellison: The fact so many of SAP's in-memory system run on Oracle shows his competition are feeble.
/How true? Quantify. Maybe he should make use of his 2nd tweet to add specifics.

Burning question for Oracle: What's your response to Amazon? (Fortune)

SAP CIO Engineers the Digital Boardroom (Wall Street Journal: CIO Journal)


New York is investigating if Verizon shortchanged customers with slow Internet (Reuters vis VentureBeat)


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