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New Seminar


I am conducting this seminar in Singapore for S&I Systems, the Oracle platinum partner I was working for.

If in Singapore, please attend.



Baffled by these Database Security Issues?

  1. Are you overspending to protect your data while trying to minimize operational/ performance impact?
  2. How do you produce a real time view of insider and external threats for your data?
  3. Do you need to simplify compliance reporting to meet compliance requirements?

We have the solutions for you. Join us for this session and learn how you can:

  1. Get notified fast and react promptly to suspicious activity across the enterprise – and reduce cost
  2. Boost your security and have immediate visibility to all kinds of threats
  3. Reduce manual work for compliance reporting by automating the consolidation process

Don’t take the chance – Get your enterprise database protected at all levels, including stored data encryption, backed up data, network traffic… to confidential data protection from even the Dba. Also discover how your organization can increase security during the auditing of all activities from multiple Oracle and non-Oracle databases, masking data when copying databases to test or develop, and controlling all configuration changes. Be convinced by how Oracle Security Options and Products along with Oracle Enterprise Manager can be your most trusted partner in security and will help your company in complying with regulatory controls.

Who should attend?

C-level - all CxOs Directors, LOB Heads - Sales, Marketing, Customer Service, IT Managers and those who seek to increase their sales, marketing and the effectiveness of service operations. DBAs and SysAdmins can also attend to understand what Oracle security products are available to protect their environments.

to be won during Lucky Draw!

Event details

09 July 2010

2.00pm - 5.00pm

Oracle Singapore
6 Temasek Boulevard
#18-01 Suntec Tower 4
Singapore 038986
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For enquiries, please contact Wenshi at
+65 6319 4823 / 4888
or email:

About the Presenter

Porus Homi Havewala is the Senior Manager (ASEAN) in the Enterprise Technology Program Office of Oracle Corporation Singapore. He was the first in Singapore to be awarded the prestigious “Oracle ACE Director” title by Oracle USA, and is currently the only Oracle Employee ACE in Singapore. Prior to Oracle, he was employed at our company S&I Systems.

Porus has extensive experience in Oracle technology since 1994, including as a Senior Production DBA, Senior Database Consultant, Database Architect, E-Business Technical DBA, Development DBA, and Database Designer Modeller. He has also worked in Oracle India in the ACS (Advanced Customer Services) department and is an enthusiast for Oracle technology, especially Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control, on which he has conducted seminars for large MNCs and implemented this powerful enterprise tool.

Mr. Havewala has worked with the first production Grid Control site in the world, Telstra which is the largest telecommunications company in Australia. He has published numerous articles on Grid Control and RMAN on OTN, and created the world's first blog dedicated to Grid Control. Currently he is waiting for his first book on Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control to be published.

About S & I Systems

S & I Systems (S & I) is an integrated IT solutions provider of enterprise infrastructure systems and business application solutions that delivers the best value IT solutions that help customers achieve better business performance.

For more information, visit

Established in 1998, S & I has over 120 employees, with offices in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. Working together with leading technology vendors and solutions partners, S & I Systems provides infrastructure and business solutions to over 500 customers spanning a broad spectrum of industries.

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