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Advanced Query Security

Looking for more security out of PeopleSoft query? There was another little gem of a new feature released with image 20 – Advanced Query Security. It only captured a small paragraph in the image overview but is a nice feature to gain more security out of PeopleSoft query. But to enhance the security on an

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PeopleSoft 9.2: Where On-Premise Meets the Best of the Cloud

(Editor’s note: Jeff Micallef is a co-founder and managing partner of MIPRO Consulting.) Oracle released the latest version of PeopleSoft (9.2) in March of 2013 and since then has also released nine new PeopleSoft images. From where we sit, over the past eighteen months the impact and advantages of 9.2 have become clearer. Simply put, Oracle

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National Instruments Transforms Global HR With Oracle HCM Cloud

MarketWatch: National Instruments (NI) equips engineers and scientists with tools that accelerate productivity, innovation, and discovery to meet not only grand but also daily engineering challenges in an increasingly complex world, and continues to experience growing demand for its technology. To help meet that demand and scale its business, NI selected Oracle Human Capital Management

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User Group Report: Hot Topics Among PeopleSoft Users

I recently attended the Midwest Regional User Group (MW RUG) meeting in Chicago. There were a number of PeopleSoft customers/users in attendance and breakout meetings were held to discuss current hot topics. Below is a collection of things I noticed — a pulse of the conversations, at it were. Needless to say, everyone is interested

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Respecting Your End Users, the Co-Existence of PeopleSoft and Fusion, and BI as a Key Future Driver

Heads up in case you missed this: here’s a fantastic blog post by Oracle’s Mark Rosenberg talking about what happens when IT respects the users, the co-existence of PeopleSoft and Fusion and how next-gen business intelligence is the key to the future. Frankly, this is one of Oracle’s best blog posts, across any of its

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