Oracle iGovernment Webcast – 4 Feb

Posted on 26-Jan-09. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: |

Are you wondering what Oracle iGovernment is? I first started seeing the term used about the time of Open World 2008.  I haven’t done too much research yet, but it pretty much looks like a marketing term being used to represent a broad collection of Oracle software that government organizations could utilize.  Oracle describes it as “A platform of database, middleware, and applications built on open standards and a service-oriented architecture (SOA)”, which pretty much covers most of what Oracle produces.

Feel free to visit http://www.oracle.com/industries/government/igovernment.html and http://blogs.oracle.com/iGovernment/ to learn more.  There is an archived webcast available and a 2nd webcast will be conducted on 4 Feburary.

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