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Oracle Buys Vitrue, Leading Social Marketing and Engagement Platform
In May 2012, Oracle announced an agreement to acquire Vitrue, a leading cloud-based social marketing and engagement platform.
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Oracle Agrees to Acquire Collective Intellect, Leader in Social Monitoring, Analytics, and Insight
In June 2012, Oracle announced an agreement to acquire Collective Intellect, whose cloud-based solutions enable organizations to monitor, understand, and respond to consumer conversations on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
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Michelle Huff Meet the Oracle WebCenter Team: Michelle Huff
The Oracle WebCenter team includes some of the best minds in the industry. In this edition, we turn the spotlight on Michelle Huff. As head of the outbound product management team, Huff helps ensure Oracle colleagues, partners, and customers grasp the full transformative potential of Oracle WebCenter.
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Oracle WebCenter Best Practices
Burnswick Get best practices and deployment advice from Oracle expert John Brunswick in this column. Passionate about both business and technology, John focuses on maximizing IT's ability to streamline and optimize business.

5 Best Practices for Maximizing Social Networking Implementation Value
For years e-mail has unknowingly served as the de facto platform to conduct and manage processes within our workplaces. Though incredibly robust, it was never intended to directly handle collaborative context and lifecycle. Enter enterprise social networking, also known as social collaboration.

How can you approach this new communication medium to objectively add value to your workplace? Consider the following key factors.
  • Context is king. Facebook's success is based on an intense focus on a user's context, not the technical merits of the underlying platform. Enterprise social collaboration success requires firmly determined context in order for activities to support business success.

  • Examine business processes. When looking for pilot projects to start leveraging social collaboration, examine the key processes in which a line of business engages. Collaboration around contracts, product plans, marketing materials, or other core processes may be good candidates for social network tooling to provide objective improvements.

  • Friction is your adversary. Ensure that the barrier to collaboration is low and trust that participants will respect corporate conduct guidelines in their communications.

  • Business data. Collaboration is most effective when undertaken in the context of data that can be helpful for decision-making. Determine where it might be cost-effective to enrich the collaborative context with supporting data, and result in lower cycle times for knowledge workers’ process completion.

  • Lifecycle. Understand when and where an individual collaborative thread may end and if there is value in pushing resulting data forward into a system of record or into another process. Know when it makes sense to archive stale or past collaborative activities.
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WEBCASTS Helps Families Uncover History with Oracle WebCenter
Organic Business Networks: Doing Business in a Hyper-Connected World
Top 10 Technology Trends Driving Business Innovation
Oracle WebCenter Connects Patients and Professionals in Cancer Control Mission
Performance Analysis for Oracle WebCenter Content (login required)
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Apps Systems is an Oracle partner specializing in Oracle WebCenter Portal, Oracle WebCenter Sites, and Oracle WebCenter Content. Apps Systems has a team of experts with deep technical expertise built around Oracle WebCenter, and using portal, content management, records management, Web experience management, identity management, SOA/BPM, database services, and integrated search solutions. Apps Systems has developed reusable accelerator toolkits and utilities that can be leveraged to deliver a dynamic, business-managed Web presence at a lower overall TCO and faster time to value. To learn more about Apps Systems offerings, view this Webcast or contact them directly.
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Simplify IT and Unleash Innovation
Learn how Oracle is helping customers change the game and make room for innovation by simplifying IT. Download the new Oracle interactive e-book.
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AIIM Boot Camp—Coming to a City Near You!
Oracle WebCenter Quarterly Customer Update
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September 30–October 4, 2012
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