PeopleSoft is recognized as “Best in Klas” in Healthcare for the Second Year in a Row. Rather confusingly, the award seems to be from 2012, but it was only posted on the PeopleSoft Apps Strategy blog on Monday.
Oracle has snapped up Bitzer Mobile – a 3 year old company that focuses on security for the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) market. The key piece seems to be the service which carves out a secure space on your device which isolates corporate data from personal apps without compromising the user experience.
Josh Bersin responds to an article earlier in the week suggesting that HR Departments are no longer critical, explaining exactly why they are not only still needed, but a vital part of corporate structure and are the “talent masters” and in today’s talent constrained environment.
Jim Marion gives 10 top tips for styling the PeopleSoft PIA. A lot of people have seen the branded skin that Oracle have showcased over the last few years (green grass etc), and these are some of the techniques that he used to build it. We’ve often mulled over creating a site similar to CSS Zen Garden to showcase attractively styled PeopleSoft pages from different customers and partners, maybe we should build it.
Oracle’s Mike Dietrich discusses the different reasons why customers sometimes avoid patching. The article is aimed mainly at database patching, but a lot of what he says is relevant in the apps world too.
Steve Cardell on the HR Magazine website argues that the greatest strides in Enterprise Tech are in the realm of HCM. It’s a bold claim – given the advances being made in CRM / Sales / Marketing systems – but he does have some good points.
Is the placement of the hidden character in the red and white striped jumper entirely random, or could there be a pattern? Is there a better strategy than scanning left-to-right, top-to-bottom? Slate collected data on Waldo (US)/Wally (UK) placements in all 7 books and aggregated the result. It turns out that there is a better approach …
In the week that Internet darling Snapchat overtook Facebook (in terms of photos shared daily) and then spurned a $3bn offer from them, ‘Selfie’ has been named the Dictionary’s Word of the Year. Tech terms on the short-list included BYOD, Bitcoin, Hackerspace, Internet of Things and Phablet, and they were joined by twerk and Cake Pop.
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