As many of you know, we periodically release new features and updates to the software that powers WordPress.com sites. We’re excited to share the freshest crop of improvements with you today, and hope they’ll make great content even easier to create.
Some of the highlights of this major update:
Procurement Development has just released the July 2014 Roll Up Patch 18911810:R12.PRC_PF.B for Release 12.1.3. This patch release focuses heavily on improvements to the Purchasing Document Open Interface (PDOI). Here are just a few of the major fixes for the PDOI:
I just finished benchmarking the UDOO Quad (running Linaro Ubuntu 12.04). It’s the first quad core ARM SBC I benchmarked and as expected it performs quite nice compared to its single and dual core rivals. It comes with a little price, power consumption. During the tests the board was hooked up to a power supply feeding it 13V DC, at peak levels the board needed more then 700 mA, I can tell you, without a fan the heat sink becomes quite hot…
Jon's cheeky weekly review of which enterprise software articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica & beyond - for week ending July 27, 2014.
Jon Reed has been involved in enterprise communities since 1995, including time spent building ERP recruiting and training firms. These days, Reed is a (cough) blogger/analyst and also counsels vendors and startups on go-to-market strategy. He is an SAP Mentor, Enterprise Irregular, and video content producer.
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The Field Service Debrief Report shows a summary of all the debrief lines added for a task and it contains the customer signature image. The report is built using the XML Publisher techstack and is generated with two parts:
It has become a habit of mine to provide you with some 'blasts from the past' from time to time. This is not because I have grown lazy (believe me, there's a lot of writing these days ;-) but to serve the 'younger' generation of Siebel Essentials followers who might not have had the opportunity to read all the posts (does anyone ever scroll down that far to the blog archive?).