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Archive for September, 2008

Oracle abuzz over Beehive collaboration (and R12.1 released)

Posted by pridham on September 30, 2008

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CRM and BPM come together at Gartner summit

Posted by pridham on September 30, 2008

As the challenges around CRM have moved from technology to processes, business process management has taken a greater role in CRM. In fact, Gartner revealed this when analysts asked attendees at its London CRM summit what their top CRM-related challenge was. Technology didn’t even make the top three, Gartner research director Isher Kaila said during a session at its U.S.-based CRM event. Attendees cited business processes affected by CRM as their top challenge, followed closely by synchronizing information across the enterprise and assessing tangible returns. For all the investment in CRM, it seems it still fails to meet expectations.

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Oracle Delivers Oracle Application Testing Suite

Posted by pridham on September 15, 2008

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Oracle IT Service Management Suite – ITIL Compliance

Posted by pridham on September 15, 2008

Key components of Oracle’s IT Service Management Suite include:
  • CRM HelpDesk
  • Enterprise Manager
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager
  • Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition Plus
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Forrester Wave CRM Aug-08

Posted by pridham on September 15, 2008

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Web 2.0 Certain for Public Sector

Posted by pridham on September 12, 2008

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UCM Interoperative Standard submitted

Posted by pridham on September 12, 2008

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Oracle Delivers Oracle Application Testing Suite

Posted by pridham on September 9, 2008

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How to Create an Energy-Efficient Green Data Center

Posted by pridham on September 5, 2008

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Green computing is a hot topic on data centre managers’ minds. Using green drives in a green data centre can help improve operating efficiencies and reduce overall energy consumption costs. But how can you know that you truly have green drives? Knowledge Centre contributor George Crump explains the key components of green drives and how to use them to create the most low-cost, energy-efficient green data centre possible.

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Google launches new browser – Chrome

Posted by pridham on September 4, 2008

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Stand back and wait for the security flaws…

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