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New WebCenter release goes Mobile

Thanos Terentes Printzios
EMEA A&C Technology Adoption Manager

Smartphones and tablets are proliferating throughout the consumer market. This enables a mobile, always-connected workforce for many companies with B.Y.O.D. (bring-your-own-device) policies. Oracle partners are under pressure to provide mobile solutions for their clients to check email, progress issues, respond to alerts, and make and communicate decisions while on the go without having to get to their laptop and log in to the corporate network. In turn, our partners ask us how we can help them with these mobile solutions.

11gR1 was released on August 14, 2013 and this release includes updates
across the portfolio of Portal, enterprise content management (Content) and
capture, and Web experience management products (Sites).  By providing
mobile solutions across all products, enhanced multi-channel user experience
capabilities, and delivering a comprehensive set of tools that reduces the
traditional business line reliance on IT, the new release helps businesses
lower their costs, improve operational efficiency, and increase their bottom
line revenue.

  • Oracle WebCenter
    Sites enables marketers to engage, guide, and convert customers with
    media rich online experiences for web and mobile. 
    Sites’ mobile option enables organizations to easily extend their traditional
    Web presence to the mobile channel and to deliver highly personalized and
    relevant multichannel marketing initiatives, while also saving significant time
    and effort in managing mobile sites. See this
    datasheet for more information on
    WebCenter Sites' Mobility Option .
  • Oracle WebCenter
    Portal is a web platform for creating and managing role-based intranets,
    extranets, composite applications, and self-service portals for desktops,
    tablets, and mobile devices. 
    Portal introduced new tooling for the application specialists to
    create and manage mobile experiences.  Users can leverage existing portals
    with mobile device compliant markup for mobile devices, or they can create
    portals that are tailored for specific device types by creating page variants
    for those devices. Portal
    developers gain HTML5 support with this latest release, as well as support for
    mobile devices and touch gestures in both iOS and Android.  
    additional details on this WebCenter Portal release please refer to the What's
    New section in the

    and check the
     Product Download (Portal on OTN)
  • Oracle WebCenter
    Content users can share information efficiently on their choice of device and
    in process-centric business applications. 
    Content provides end users with mobile applications to access and interact with
    their content. The application is optimized for both smartphones and tablets,
    and supports iOS and Android.  Users can search, browse, view, favorite,
    email, and download content, allowing them to take important documents offline.
    additional details about this WebCenter Content release, check also
     the Content
     & Product Download (Content on OTN)

you can see, Oracle WebCenter enables companies with a mobile, always-connected
workforce to provide their employees with the ability to access business
documents, access and interact with their portals, and to provide their
customers with rich mobile experiences.
To find out more please register here, for the announcement web cast.

Author: Tshepo Madigage, Oracle Partner Hub South Africa

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