Oracle plan to tackle security

Tuesday, 26 June 2007, 9:46 AM EST

Oracle is planning to build a data centre outside the US in response to growing concerns from local companies over information protection.

Oracle Australia-Pacific customer relationship management vice-president Simon Banks said some clients, particularly in the financial services sector, were concerned that information may be in breach of other countries' legislation, such as the US PATRIOT Act.

At Australian IT.

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