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Web 2.0 in the Enterprise: Separating Myths from the New Realities of Collaborative Business Processes
Sonny Singh, senior vice president, Products and Industries Business Unit, Oracle; Thomas Kurian, senior vice president, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle; and Andrew McAfee, associate professor, Harvard Business School, discuss the role of Web 2.0 in the enterprise and how Oracle WebCenter Suite supports implementing Web 2.0 capabilities in business processes.

ECM Profile Online Seminar Series
Oracle has partnered with AIIM, the Enterprise Content Management Association, to present six 60-minute profiles of Oracle content management customers. Featured topics include Web content management, records management, and secure enterprise search.

Oracle University

PeopleSoft HRMS 8.8 to 9.0 Delta
(Search keyword: HRMS 9)
Get an in-depth look at the enhancements and changes made from Oracle's PeopleSoft HRMS Release 8.8 to Release 9.0. This two-day class includes examples and several activities that address the new features in PeopleSoft HRMS, from implementing security enhancements to the introduction of a centralized Profile Management module that delivers enterprisewide talent management.

PeopleTools Certified Expert certification
(Search keyword: certification)
Oracle University is now offering two new credentials for PeopleTools experts: PeopleTools Developer Certified Expert and PeopleTools Advanced Developer Certified Expert. These credentials are for developers who are proficient at developing, implementing, and customizing Oracle's PeopleSoft Enterprise applications.


Focus on Embedded Technologies: The In-Memory Database Explained
Mike Olson, vice president of embedded technologies, Oracle, describes the architecture and functionality of the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database, a solution for extremely fast and predictable application performance.

The Secret History of Oracle Berkeley DB
Margo Seltzer, one of the inventors of Berkeley DB and still an architect on the Oracle Berkeley DB team, explains the origins of the world's most popular embedded database.

Inside Oracle AppsLab
Paul Pedrazzi, founder of Oracle AppsLab, a small think tank within Oracle that evangelizes Web 2.0 technologies and concepts, talks with Oracle Technology Network Editor in Chief Justin Kestelyn about its origins and future plans.

Oracle Application Express 3.0: A Closer Look
Scott Spendolini, CEO of Sumner Technologies, talks about the benefits of Oracle Application Express 3.0 and how it works with Oracle Database.

Asking Tom: What's New in Oracle Database 11g
In this two-part series, Tom Kyte of "Ask Tom" fame talks with Oracle Magazine 's Tom Haunert about managing change, key new performance and manageability features in Oracle Database 11g, how to get ready for Oracle Database 11g, and changes in virtual location.

The Benefits of the PeopleSoft HCM 8.3 to 9.0 Wrapper
Shaun Braun, director of release operations, PeopleSoft, discusses the new upgrade wrapper for Oracle's PeopleSoft HCM and what customers can expect from it.

Automating Paper-Based Processes with Imaging and Business Process Management
Sancho Pinto, principal product manager for Oracle Imaging and Process Management, discusses how to image-enable your enterprise applications and eliminate process bottlenecks. Find out how to minimize document processing costs, reduce error and loss, and cut physical storage space costs.