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Oracle goes more cloud-oriented in China

Oracle Corp is transforming business into cloud-oriented services in China, where more firm establish their online cloud servers, the world's biggest enterprise management software and database vendor said today.

As the industry giant, Oracle is joining the fierce competed cloud market in China with both domestic and overseas rivals, including Microsoft, Amazon, Dell and Alibaba.

China’s public cloud computing revenue will surge 33.2 percent annually from 2015 to 2018 and creating many jobs in the country, said International Data Corp, a US-based research firm.

By 2017, more than 80 percent of enterprises globally will adopt cloud technologies to boost innovation and optimize business process.

Compared with other companies, Oracle has unique advantages to boost cloud business as it integrates with database and hardware business, offering user reliable services. In China, Oracle will offer customers tailored services on security and govern compliance, said Peter Wu, Oracle China's vice president.

China has many firms with intensive data volume, covering telecommunications, bank and Internet industries, which require Oracle's integrated services of cloud and database.


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