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Oracle’s Larry Ellison Challenges Amazon, Salesforce And Workday On The Future Of The Cloud

(Note: After an award-winning career in the media business covering the tech industry, Bob Evans was VP of Strategic Communications at SAP in 2011, and Chief Communications Officer at Oracle from 2012 to 2016. He now runs his own firm, Evans Strategic …

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