Confidence in the Cloud: Oracle Cloud Services Security

GAIL COURY | April 26, 2016

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Watch Gail Coury, VP of Risk Management, Oracle Cloud Services, speak about Oracle's global, enterprise-grade security strategy in the Cloud, during a recent visit to the Oracle Austin Data Center.

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