This week we have a guest-post from Richard Yip. Richard is a PeopleSoft HCM & Payroll Technical Consultant at Santander Bank here in the UK. He is a long-term PeopleSoft techie and a regular at the UKOUG conferences. I’m delighted to be able to give him a conduit through which to share some of his good work.
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Heartbleed leads to ‘heartattack’ during earlier this week to all Internet users and companies due to the OpenSSL Security vulnerability. Thought to share Oracle’s take on different Oracle Products depend on OpenSSL, you can go through following docs: OpenSSL Security Bug-Heartbleed (Doc ID 1645479.1) And public link of the info provided by Oracle: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/topics/security/opensslheartbleedcve-2014-0160-2188454.html other […]
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Thanks for all your feedback on the roadshow / what’s next for PeopleSoft write-up. It’s wonderful that there’s such a large and active PeopleSoft community out there that’s so positive about the new functionality that Oracle is adding to the product.
After I posted the article Marc Weintraub got in touch and has asked me to correct an inconsistency in one of the sections. I had included a paraphrased quote which gave the impression that net-new PeopleSoft opportunities (more...)
I'm currently at IOUG Collaborate 2014 in Las Vegas, and I recently finished my 2-hour deep dive into WebCenter. I collected a bunch of tips & tricks in 5 different areas: metadata, contribution, consumption, security, and integrations:
As usual, a lot of good presentations this year, but the Collaborate Mobile App makes it a bit tough to find them...
Bezzotech will be at booth (more...)
Last week I attended the UKOUG PeopleSoft Roadshow, and it was very interesting for a number of reasons. Here’s what I took away from the event:
We’re quite used to hearing Marc Weintraub and Jeff Robbins speak here in the UK. They come over every year for the roadshow, and they’re the sessions that everyone attends for.
Marc’s style was a touch different this time in that he gave us a little more insight (more...)
There’s no time to kill between the cradle and the grave
Father Time still takes a toll on every minute that you save
Legal tenders never gonna change the number of your days
The highest cost of livin’s dyin’, that’s one everybody pays
So have it spent before you get the bill, there’s no time to kill
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Next up in the ‘How I work‘ series is Jim Marion. I suspect that for most reading this Jim will need no introduction, however as I’ve given everyone else a mini-biog I shall do the same for Jim.
Jim is Oracle’s most publicly-facing techie, and I suspect one of it’s most senior technical brains. Jim’s blog – Jim’s PeopleSoft Journal – is one of the (if not ‘the’) most useful and forward thinking (more...)
Seems to be quite a bit of buzz in the enterprise software user community these days about moving forward. Budgets have loosened up, users want better experiences, in-house IT providers want to reduce maintenance and infrastructure investments, C-level officers want better and more timely information on strategic initiatives, and everybody wants to be agile (even though there are multiple visions of agile, we all want it). So it seems the big question lately is "how (more...)
I am just getting caught up after HEUG Alliance. What a great conference! As always, it was a lot of fun visiting with customers, partners, and colleagues. I heard some amazing stories and learned a few new tricks. Now it is time for the next conference: Collaborate 2014 is only a couple of weeks away. I love hearing your stories and challenges. Hunt me down and share your stories with me. Besides the demo grounds, (more...)
I received a sobering lesson today in the value of good ideas, versus the execution of these ideas.
Four years ago I read a great post on status boards, and on the train the next day I mulled over the possibility of building something similar in PeopleSoft. This is the image that started my thoughts racing:
This was around the time that PeopleTools 8.50 came out, and I believed that a similar looking (more...)
And I feel like I've been here before
Feel like I've been here before --From "Deja Vu" by Crosby, Stills & Nash
As I write this, I'm sitting in my hotel room resting up from another day at Alliance. Sore feet, sore back, great conference. I'm also having a Deja Vu experience: Oracle made some product announcements here that hearken back to the early days of (more...)