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Why Smart Companies Go Hybrid When Moving to the Cloud

Read why many companies benefit from a hybrid environment over going 100% cloud.

Wayne Bates | June 11, 2019

Managing Oracle EBS: A Day in the Trenches

The best step for businesses to take when confronted with Oracle EBS performance challenges is to establish a well-defined plan for proactive daily health checks.

Mahesh Vanapalli | June 5, 2019

Are Your DBAs Performing Complete Oracle EBS Health Checks?

Oracle EBS needs regular health checks to verify that it’s running in peak condition. Learn what your DBAs should be doing to keep your systems online.

Mahesh Vanapalli | May 30, 2019

3 Best Practices for Good Oracle EBS Hygiene

This blog post offers a quick overview of 3 best practices for data hygiene that will reduce potential issues and errors in Oracle EBS.

Mahesh Vanapalli | May 23, 2019

“Spring” into SharePoint Server 2019

SharePoint Server 2019 represents the best of all that have come before and tailors its capacities to meet the growing demands of an evolving marketplace.

Mo Anwar | May 22, 2019

7 Must Have Office 365 Apps #7: Flow

Automated workflows? Yes please! Latest O365 digital transformation applications takes on Flow, find out more.

Mo Anwar | May 16, 2019

How to Make the Call When You’re Looking at EPM Cloud

This post goes over what you need to know about the nuances of some of Oracle’s most popular cloud offerings.

Wayne Bates | May 15, 2019

7 Must Have Office 365 Apps #6: PowerApps

We’re nearing the end of our blog series on the seven must-have Office 365 apps. Microsoft PowerApps isn’t just for the IT staff – find out why.

Mo Anwar | May 7, 2019

Master Data Management: How to Get the High-Quality Data Your Business Needs

This blog post reviews BARC’s recommendations for improving MDM at your organization, broken down by the three classic factors of people, processes, and technology.

Tom Hoblitzell | May 2, 2019
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