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  • June 24, 2015

PaaS Launch and Cloud File Sharing and Collaboration

Originally published on WebCenter blog

Thanks for joining us for the big PaaS launch on Monday, June 22nd
with Larry Ellison, Thomas Kurian and other senior Oracle and customer
executives. Ellison announced
more than 24 new services to Oracle Cloud Platform which is a
comprehensive,
integrated suite of services that make it easier for developers, IT
professionals, business users, and analysts to build, extend, and
integrate
cloud applications and drive co-existence with the existing on-premise
infrastructure. For more details on the announcement, cloud services and
customer videos, you can catch the on demand online replay of the event.

One of the key areas for PaaS is cloud content and collaboration
that drives frictionless user collaboration, content sharing and
business process automation anywhere, anytime and on any device. As an
enterprise, you will well recognize the need to drive workforce
productivity and operational efficiency by enabling secure availability
and access to content on any device, within and beyond the firewall and
connecting it to the business processes and the applications (SaaS and
on-premise) to well, get work done. So, beyond just cloud file
sharing which is what current Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS)
solutions do, you need to be able to share and access content in context
and then be able to drive business processes using that content. That
is true cloud content and collaboration and that is what will drive
output and improve productivity in a digital workplace.

Check out this video that we recently released. While it discusses a
specific use case tracking the lifecycle from marketing to sales to
service, imagine the power of enabling real time collaboration among
employees, remote workforce, external vendors and partners and being
able to drive output from anywhere, anytime and any device. And let us
know what use case do you come across often in your workplace; we look
forward to hearing from you.

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