Embracing a mobile, social, context-driven world.
Social. Mobility. Context awareness. Nontraditional content. User experience. Consumerization. This confluence of trends is creating unprecedented opportunities but also unprecendented exposure and risk.
How do you capitalize on these trends? How do you ensure you exploit these trends now, so you don't fall behind (more...)
We know many of our blog readers will be attending the annual Oracle user group conference, Collaborate13 in Denver, Colorado beginning on Sunday, April 7th. This year, there will be over 50 sessions focused on Oracle WebCenter! These sessions will range in scope from updated product roadmap sessions to (more...)
It's hard to believe, but preparations are already well underway for Oracle OpenWorld 2013! So while we prepare to take over downtown San Francisco, it's time for you to think about what you would like to present at the show. Your stories and lessons learned are invaluable to the other attendees that (more...)
Note: In case you missed yesterday's Webcast featuring Jeanne Bliss in our Oracle WebCenter Social Business Thought Leaders Series, Jeanne has provided us a wonderful summary to use for your Annual Planning process. You can also watch the full webcast On-Demand.
Annual Planning Checklist: 10 Actions of Beloved (more...)
Join us today (03/21/2013 10am PST / 1pm EST) for an interesting presentation by Jeanne Bliss on
Five Critical Decisions Made by Beloved and Prosperous Companies"
So - people often ask us about our Social Business Thought Leaders Series and why we do it.
Guest Post: Jeanne Bliss, President, CustomerBliss
with a mantra, not an action plan.
a. Often companies decide that they
want to get some early traction by telling everyone to “focus on customer
experience” What happens next is that
people realize this is a big corporate priority and begin (more...)
How many of us have had
the experience with an organization either in person, on the phone or online that
just leaves us seething with feelings that we’ll never do business with that
company again? I’d bet that most of us
This guide aims to give you complete configuration overview for
how to configure Coherence Cache for Oracle WebCenter Portal Framework
Application using the Content Presenter Task Flow.
This document is intended for WebCenter Portal Application administrators
who have to improve performance by configuring Coherence cache for Content
For more information about the Coherence Cache for Content
Presenter have a look at the following link:
The Content Presenter and the Content Management
Interoperability Service (CMIS) are delivered out of the box with in-memory
Coherence cache. This cache is NOT enabled by
default. You can (more...)
My college Yannick already wrote very good article about
how to configure Java Object Cache in clustered environment you can find HERE.
There are two things on top of that, I would like to share regarding the
Java Object Cache: which managed server needs JOC and the second one is how to verify if JOC is
The documentation section here, says that the JOC should be configured on all servers
running Oracle Web Service Manager OWSM and Oracle WebCenter Portal’s Spaces
application. The tricky part here is where the OWSM runs. The application you
have to look after (more...)
Author: Peter Reiser - Social Business Evangelist, Oracle WebCenter
| Solution Summary|
Development Dimensions International, Inc. (DDI) has been
helping hundreds of organizations around the world―including half of the
Fortune 500 companies―close the gap between where their businesses need
to go and the talent they must have to take them there. With associates
in 42 offices in 26 countries, the company’s expertise includes
designing and implementing employee selection systems and identifying
and developing talent, from front-line workers to executive leadership.
As DDI continued to grow, it experienced escalating costs associated
with searching, storing, and recreating critical, expense-related
documents for its operations (more...)
Today's customers are "plugged in" 24/7. They
demand instant access to information and transactional capabilities when they
want them, are savvy when it comes to making purchase decisions, and are not
afraid to change brands if a company no longer meets their expectations.
How are companies responding to the new environment of
rapidly rising customer expectations and disruptive innovations like social,
mobile and cloud technologies?
Oracle’s recently released global survey of 1,300
senior-level executives from 18 countries in North America, Europe, Asia
Pacific and Latin America yields new insights on the challenges, strategies and
lessons learned for succeeding in the (more...)
Today’s customers expect an experience that is both relevant and interactive
across web, mobile and social channels. By focusing on creating experiences that demonstrate how well you know
your customers, that promote social interactivity, and that allow for anytime,
anywhere access across web, mobile and social channels, you can successfully
drive customer engagement, and unlock the door to greater sales and loyalty for
The key to delivering the kind of exceptional online customer
experiences that can help drive the success of your business is web experience
management. A web experience management
solution such as Oracle WebCenter
saw in Tuesday’s screencast about
delivering exceptional online experiences, today's customers expect an online
experience with your brand that is personalized, interactive and social. In
order to drive sales and loyalty, you need a web experience management solution
that empowers your business to easily create and manage contextually relevant,
targeted and interactive experiences that are optimized for web, mobile and
social channels. Oracle WebCenter Sites can provide you with the capabilities
you need to manage large-scale, global online presences that engage and
captivate your customers.
Ready to engage? Learn
- See a
demonstration of the exciting new (more...)
Web, mobile and social channels have ushered in what
Altimeter analyst, Brian Solis, referred to in a recent Oracle
WebCenter Social Business Thought Leaders webcast as
connected consumers. These connected
consumers have more choices, influence and access to online information than
ever before. Engaging these customers
and earning their sales and loyalty can be a great challenge.
Customers decide how, when, and where they want to engage
with your brand--whether it's in the store, over the phone or on the web. They
expect you to know who they are and what they need, and to seamlessly recognize
them at (more...)
When asked about public-facing, real-life examples of Oracle WebCenter in action, Oracle has for the last couple of years presented universities (Université Laval, Texas A&M University). But it is now rumored that BAE Systems‘ site is running Oracle WebCenter.
As it should be, you can’t tell from looking at the (more...)
by Fábio SouzaHello People! This was supposed to be a post to celebrate the new year, but, as you all can notice, the things didn't happen the way I was expecting (again haha). Today I will talk...
This is a summary only. Please, visit the blog for full content and (more...)
In one of my presentations at this year’s UKOUG Conference, I made a comparison of the five Oracle portal products:
- WebCenter Services
- WebCenter Suite
- Oracle Portal
- WebCenter/AquaLogic Interaction
- Weblogic Portal
The comparison included framework capabilities, content management and built-in functionality, and I came to the following conclusion:The evaluation applies (more...)