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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


VIDEO: Get Smart About the Cloud and Cloud Providers

This video is making the rounds, and yes it’s a marketing animation, but it really hits on a key point of cloud provider consideration: asking the right questions. The importance of this cannot be overstated. Most organizations we work with are looking for cloud solutions in one way or another. They want to ask the right


Don’t Get Lost in the Cloud!

Terms like, the cloud, on-premise,co-existence: these are just but a few of the current strategies that most organizations contend with today in determining how they are going to manage their enterprise applications that run their businesses. It can feel like a daunting task, often equal parts confusing and overwhelming. The truth of the matter is,


Add-ons for Google Docs and Sheets

Increasingly, I have taken to using Google Drive for document creation and collaboration. Last week, Google announced add-ons for Google Docs (text documents) and Sheets (spreadsheets). Here’s Google’s Saurabh Gupta, Product Manager: You use Google Docs and Sheets to get all sorts of stuff done—whether you’re staying up late to finish that final paper or just


Personal Clouds: We Really Have Come Full Circle

In early 2012 I wrote a blog entitled, Mainframe, Distributed, Personal, Cloud – Back to Where We Started? My hypothesis was how we have come full circle – mainframe back to “mainframe-like” in order to access the applications we somehow cannot live without.  Except now these apps reside in a “cloud” somewhere in a massive server farm


Casual Friday: When Clouds Go Bad

When ‘Convenient’ Comes Crashing Down Cloud computing is great – until it’s not. This past week, there was much ado made about Amazon shutting down a customer’s account based on fraud/DRM-related allegations. Problem is, Linn, the affected customer, did nothing wrong. You can read about the ordeal pretty much everywhere, but the site that kicked