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Advanced Data Integration Portfolio in our data-driven world.

In our highly challenging environment where enterprises and organizations are invaded by unprecedented rates of structured, unstructured and social data, an advanced Data Integration Portfolio use that information to help make strategic business decisions and gain a competitive advantage.
It is able to drive greater value from your data and take advantage of emerging technology trends such as cloud computing big data/Analytics. 
With this Advanced Data Integration Portfolio companies must have the ability to move data across highly diverse IT environments and firewalls with very low latency. 
It helps implement real-time data integration and transactional data replication between on-premises and cloud environments and across a broader set of heterogeneous platforms.
It allows real-time, noninvasive data streaming into big data targets to give customers new insights into business and improve the customer experience. 
It simplifies the upgrade process for customers leveraging the Oracle Dat…

Emerging technologies trends within major companies.

Within our portfolio of emerging technologies, it is encouraging to observe that, private and hybrid cloud remains the top priorities to drive organizational efficiency and productivity, and thereby gain a competitive advantage.
Overall, the most common drivers of cloud adoption include cost savings due to better resource utilization, quick deployment and maintenance, and scalability.
However, demand for public cloud remains low, due to numerous associated security risks. The fears that, currently hamper adoptions. 
A set of commonly cited cause of frustrations like scarcity of advanced IT skills across the world, is real. CIOs are facing extreme difficulty in finding and retaining qualified talent for critical emerging technologies such as mobility and analytics.
We encourage enterprises to mobilize enterprise applications as soon as possible.

Key online shopping data and trends between November 1 and November 28-2014.

Doubts and uncertainties related to the efficiency and the ramping-up of mobility are more and more excluded. This reality is observable into Adobe Digital Index. According to this index: Total Online Spend: Consumers spent$32 billion online so far this season, a 14 percent growth year-over-year (YoY). Both Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday saw double-digit growth in online sales, 25 and 24 percent respectively. The increase in sales was driven by brick-and-click retailers, who saw the biggest jump YoY with nearly 30 percent. Online sales conversions also improved. 3.2 percent of visits resulted in a completed shopping cart, up from 3.14 percent in 2013. The average order value was $149 on Thanksgiving Day, and $142 on Black Friday. The number of people choosing to order online and pickup in-store rose to 45 percent above normal on Thanksgiving Day. Mobile Trends: Smartphones and tablets continued to drive online sales. 29 percent …

Digital Index Online Shopping data for the holiday season: Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

It is more and more exciting to see how, mobile devices transform and will transform our interactions and behaviors.
From shopping via entertainment, social interactions to our working conditions and our overall access to health services, mobility is a place to transform our digital presence and mobile devices continued to play a dominant role.
We have captured for you Adobe’s online shopping reports, which aim to offer the most comprehensive compilation of data in the industry.
According to this index, between November 1 and November 28- 2014, $32 billion have been spent online, 14 percent more than in 2013.
Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday set new sales records with $1.33 billion and $2.4 billion, respectively. 
For the first time smartphones nearly doubled their share of total online sales on both days. November 11 (“Singles’ Day”) set a new sales record with $1.29 billion and is expected to surpass Cyber Monday in growth this year. 
The average order value for sales coming directly fro…