Oracle Touts Its On Demand Service in Brazil

For the second time in Latin America, Oracle opened its user conference, called OpenWorld. Oracle Senior Vice President of Latin America Luiz Meisler welcomed and thanked nearly 8,000 attendees in São Paulo, Brazil, and indicated it was one of the biggest information technology conferences held in Latin America to date.

Tags:

  • Show Comments (0)

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

comment *

  • name *

  • email *

  • website *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Ads

You May Also Like

Brazil Market Slides With Weak Dollar

Brazilian and Latin American equities declined, alongside gains in commodity prices and weakness in the ...

Brazil Wants Fair Profit for Biodiverse Areas

Brazil’s Minister of Environment, Marina Silva, on January 21, emphasized the importance of a ...

Brazil Exchange to Hold Carbon Credit Auction

A total of 240,000 voluntary carbon units from projects managed by the Social Carbon ...

Brazilians Can Now Denounce Torture Directly to the UN

From now on, Brazilian citizens can report cases of torture directly to the United ...

UN Finds Out that Human Right Activism in Brazil Is Hazardous Activity

Hina Jilani, the Special Representative of the U.N. Secretary General on the situation of ...

Brazilian Favela Becomes Film and Inspiration

Jeff Zimbalist and Matt Mochary, who directed and produced Voy Pictures’ film debut “Favela ...

In Brazil Electoral Rules Are Strict, But Candidates Know How to Get Round Them

Yesterday, July 19,  was the deadline for the registration of financial committees for presidential ...

Brazilians in Argentina for the Anti-Bush Counter Summit of the Americas

Social movements, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), figures associated with the human rights struggle, and intellectuals ...

Brazil Gives UN a Map of Its Toxic Waste

Representatives of Brazil’s Water Defense Group have delivered a report March 17 to the ...

Fearful of Losing Land Brazilian Indians Take Their Case to London

A video released by the Brazilian Indigenous Council of Roraima  (CIR) and Survival International, ...