Speculation always seems to be fashionable at the start of a new year. Why not engage in some regarding where Oracle is likely to focus its attention in 2011? Before doing so, the obvious observation must be made that Oracle is currently on a roll. It appears to be poised for another year of growth, […]
Some of you have sent notes wondering why there have not been any postings to this site in recent months. The pause has been temporary, and for a good reason. All available time has gone into undertaking a major expansion of Andrews Consulting Group – one that will allow us to provide the Oracle applications [...]
Customers, Partners, Friends of JD Edwards World - listen to this podcast to hear John Schiff, Vice President and General Manager, JD Edwards World give the annual update of what is new, innovative and still great about the JD Edwards World product. Applications Unlimited is reinvigorated with opportunities to "expand your World" with new enhancements, integrations and technology from JD Edwards.
Customers, Partners, Friends of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne - listen to this podcast to hear Lyle Ekdahl, General Manager, JD Edwards give the annual update of what is new, innovative and still great about the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne product. Applications Unlimited is reinvigorated with new enhancements, integrations and technology from JD Edwards.
For those of you looking for a way to get news and information about JD Edwards one sentence at a time, your dream has come true. Lyle Ekdahl and others from the JDE management team have set up a Twitter account @OracleJDEdwards. I have to give them credit for trying something new and trendy. At [...]
All JDE World customers and over half of those with EnterpriseOne still make some use of IBM Power servers with the i operating system (once know as OS/400). Introduction of the IBM i Solution Edition for JD Edwards is therefore very big news for nearly all of you – including many that have switched from [...]
Just when it looked like the feud between Oracle and HP was over Oracle CEO Larry Ellison decided to go on the offensive again by attacking HP’s newly appointed CEO Leo Apotheker. In an email to the Wall Street Journal Ellison said “HP had several good internal candidates…but instead they pick a guy who was [...]
OpenWorld 2010 was supposed to be a place to go to get answers. I came back mostly with more questions. A number of them are listed below along with a few side comments. In the coming months I will attempt to bring more clarity to the issues each raises: Were Fusion Applications actually announced? If [...]
Oracle provides outsiders with so little information beyond the name, rank and serial numbers of its offerings that those of us trying to figure out what it is up to need to resort to psychic or occult techniques. Having too little hard information to go on, I will offer my read of what I heard [...]
My grandson’s first grade class often starts the day with show and tell time. The same is true for the keynote sessions at OpenWorld. As I write this Michael Dell is up at the front of the class telling an embarrassingly small percentage of the 40,000+ people here about Dell’s product line. Right now he [...]