Has anyone had the courage to upgrade to Windows 10 and see if Discoverer Plus still works?
How about the Discoverer server? Anyone tried that.
If you have drop me a reply
Last month I joined Oracle after nearly 20 years of working with their technology. Some people congratulated me on my new role, others told me that going from working solo to working for a massive organisation would be disaster. In the latter case, this was often associated with an impassioned “But why?”
Yes, it's time for another gut-check of digital media disruptions - the enterprisey view. In this edition: the perils of paywalls, content trumps distribution, and why you can't buy influence.
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