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As we head into a fresh year sure to see more adtech industry shake-ups, one thing will remain the same: digital advertising stakeholders will continue their quest to best use data and intelligence to drive business outcomes

"To enable Oracle Data Cloud to assist the industry with our never-ending endeavor to make data more accessible and actionable, we welcomed a new GVP of Global Activation Sales this past fall. Marc Grabowski joined us from Criteo, where he oversaw the Global Supply Organization. Marc lives in Chicago and in his spare time competes in endurance-running events. Additionally, he is on the Dean's Advisory Board for the College of Arts and Sciences at his alma mater, Boston University.

We sat down with Marc to get to know him a little better and gather his thoughts on everything from his goals for Oracle Data Cloud's Activation business (Audience and Context) to the biggest challenges he sees ahead for buyers and sellers in this ever-evolving market..."

Only Oracle Cloud VMware Solution provides you with exactly the same experience as running VMware on-premises

"And when they say 'the same', they really mean literally the same - so much so that if customers have on-premises VMware and Oracle Cloud VMware, they can manage it through the same VMware vCenter interface - VMware sees it as the same thing.

This also makes lifting-and-shifting VMware workloads from on-premises to cloud easy because the cloud environment is exactly the same. There's no refactoring of applications or reconfiguration of the environment necessary to get the workload into the cloud..."

Global provider of low-carbon energy and services leverages Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) to continue its HR transformation

"Oracle announces that ENGIE, a global group that provides low-carbon energy and services, is extending its HR transformation with Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) to support its 170,000 employees. ENGIE has built its human resources policy around the core elements of open dialogue, continuous improvement and sharing best practices.

ENGIE has expanded its use of Oracle Cloud HCM to leverage new artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning features in Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications. By using HR data to provide support on recruitment, skills development, and internal mobility, Oracle is helping ENGIE empower its employees throughout their work and careers via one cloud-based system, bringing together previously disconnected data from multiple lines of business..."

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