With the latest update of its OpenOffice suite, technology it acquired in its purchase of Sun Microsystems, Oracle is offering a host of new features, including enhanced presentation editing and slide handling.
With the release of OpenOffice 3.3, Oracle is advancing an important technology that it picked up through the Sun acquisition, and integrating the product with its Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Universal Content Management solutions. Additionally, Oracle is out with a new Cloud Office product available through a license arrangement. Datamation takes a look.
Oracle is out this week with the Open Office 3.3 and Oracle Cloud Office 1.0 releases, introducing new features and technologies to users.
The OpenOffice.org open source office suite is a key piece of technology that Oracle acquired as part of its purchase of Sun Microsystems. Open Office is also an area of controversy for Oracle with a fork called LibreOffice already in progress.