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Enterprise hits and misses – February 16

diginomica hit: Making sense of the cloud ERP conundrum by Den Howlett quotage: "In the meantime, the newer players are scooping up everything the Read more [...]

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Jon Reed

Jon Reed has been involved in enterprise communities since 1995, including time spent building ERP recruiting and training firms. These days, Jon is a roving blogger/analyst, and also counsels vendors and startups on go-to-market strategy. He is a diginomica co-founder, Enterprise Irregular, and



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I’m Alex Lightstone and this is how I work

First up in the ‘How I work‘ series for 2015 is Alex Lightstone. For those in the UK PeopleSoft marketplace Alex should need no introduction, for everyone else though here’s a brief bio:

PeopleTools 8.54: Descending Indexes are not supported

This is the first in a series of articles about new features and differences in PeopleTools 8.54 that will be of interest to the Oracle DBA.

PeopleTools 8.54 for the Oracle DBA

The UKOUG PeopleSoft Roadshow 2015 comes to London on 31st March 2015.  In a moment of enthusiasm, I offered to talk about new and interesting features of PeopleTools 8.54 from the perspective of an Oracle DBA.

I have been doing some research, and have even read the release notes!  As a result, I have picked out some topics that I want to talk about.  I will discuss how the feature has been implemented, and what I think are the benefits and drawbacks of the feature:

When it’s time to consult a cloud advisor for your business

There is a wealth of information on the web about all the different cloud offerings from different vendors. While cloud is now a validated delivery model for a whole host of IT services, it can be very hard to ascertain which cloud services make sense for your business.

Anyone need remote help?

Does anyone know of any good contracts that would support mostly remote work?
I started this blog years ago with the idea that it would be a good place to search for work should I ever need it. I think the time has come to just ask to see if projects are available through this avenue. If you know of anything, I would love to speak with you. Would you mind commenting below or sending me a “Linked In” message?

Digital media disruptions IV – good content is not enough

Digital media is in a perpetual state of change these days. But which stories pass the enterprise relevance gut check?

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Jon Reed

Jon Reed has been involved in enterprise communities since 1995, including time spent building ERP recruiting and training firms. These days, Jon is a roving blogger/analyst, and also counsels vendors and startups on go-to-market strategy. He is a diginomica co-founder, Enterprise Irregular, and purveyor of multi-media content. Jon is an



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Webcast: How to Process CTO Bills with Warning: The Configured Bills will be Created with Dropped Components

Webcast: How to Process CTO Bills with Warning: The Configured Bills will be Created with Dropped Components
Date: February 18th, 2015 at 11:00 am ET, 10:00 am CT, 9:00 am MT, 8:00 am PT, 5:00 pm CET, 9:30pm IST

Time off…

beyondplm-mountain

I will taking time off with family next week. It is hard to pull the plug and disconnect from “Beyond PLM” thoughts. So, occasional PLM thoughts can come. However, don’t expect me to keep up with daily pace of writing. I’m sure to share all my PLM thoughts with you when I back.

Yours, Oleg

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