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The Top 50 Productivity Blogs (most of which you haven’t heard about) I love productivity blogs — they’re probably my greatest waste of time.

The Top 50 Productivity Blogs (most of which you haven’t heard about)

But as they teach me to better use my time, I don’t consider it a waste. If you like reading about productivity, goals, habits, GTD, time management and other such topics, I’ve compiled a list of the best productivity sites for your perusal. Now, you might not like all of these, but there are some real gems here — and many of them aren’t that well known. Howard rheingold's.

Human Capital Management. The intersection between HR strategy and HR technology. Oracle Fusion and Oracle Fusion Applications : Overview. Posted on March 5th, 2011 by Sanjit Anand | Print This Post| Email This Post So WHAT IS "ORACLE FUSION"?

Oracle Fusion and Oracle Fusion Applications : Overview

People often get confuse with this term .To start with, it will be a good idea to know the difference between Fusion Applications and Middleware. Oracle Fusion is composed of two parts: Fusion middle ware and Fusion applications.Oracle Fusion Middle ware aka FMW : Comprises of the Oracle Application Server and other technology stack components that Oracle has acquired in past few years. SAOUG - South African User Group. Business Process Management (BPM) White Paper Library - Toolbox for IT. Modern organizations are under intense pressure to provide accurate, reliable, and speedy financial information to business decision-makers.

Business Process Management (BPM) White Paper Library - Toolbox for IT

Furthermore, complying with global standards has become more of a headache than ever ... Greater flexibility, improved performance, lower costs – the list of cloud benefits goes on and on. Index (Oracle HRMS Help) Hardware and Software, Engineered to Work Together. Applications (Release 12) Documentation Library. ORAERP.COM - The Knowledge Center for Oracle ERP Professionals - Looking Beyond the Possibilities. Install ECM to work with Oracle WebCenter 11g: on Windows Server 2008 x64 & MS SQL 2008. In my previous post on my quest to get Oracle WebCenter Suite up and running, I covered the second step of the "simple" installation topology, WebCenter install tasks , and will now focus on the third step (of eight): Installing other Fusion Middleware Products.

Install ECM to work with Oracle WebCenter 11g: on Windows Server 2008 x64 & MS SQL 2008

The support documentation instructs that "in addition to WebCenter Spaces, Portlet Producers, Oracle Discussions, and optionally Oracle Universal Content Manager, you can integrate several other WebCenter Web 2.0 Services into your applications. Some WebCenter Web 2.0 Services, such as Documents, rely on back-end components, such as Oracle Content Server. Similarly, Worklist relies on Oracle BPEL Process Manager which is available as part of Oracle SOA Suite. To integrate such services into your applications, you must install the required back-end components. "