Few in the PeopleSoft world will have missed the announcement that the 9.2 applications were released at the end of last week. From the show of hands at the Alliance keynote unveiling the release, it sounds like the appetite to upgrade amongst customers is strong.
Another ‘lower key’ acquisition by Oracle, but it seems that there is a new company added to the fold every week at the moment. Tekelec is a leading provider of network signaling, policy control, and subscriber data management solutions for communications networks, so it is expected that this functionality will be added to solutions for the Telecoms vertical.
Daniel Kibler shows that although it might not be particularly well documented in PeopleBooks, you can use the file protocol with the Attachment PeopleCode functions with the latest versions of PeopleTools.
Richard George from Cedar Crestone discusses the decision facing all PeopleSoft clients at the moment, do we dive in and upgrade to 9.2 straight away to take advantage of the benefits and cost savings sooner, or hold off due to lack of resources or to let others test the water first?
A 19 minute chat with Paco Aubrejuan who explains the importance of PeopleSoft within the Oracle stable and explains why “there’s a lot of 1+1=3 going on”. The three goals are to make PeopleSoft more intuitive and simpler to use; to expand functionality, reducing the need for customisation; and to reduce the costs for clients to stay current. Every improvement in 9.2 is targeted at one of those goals.
An intriguing TED Talk that suggests treating your children like a team of agile software developers in order to reduce your family stress. This talk provides some ideas to reduce chaos, for those of us out there with kids of all ages.
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