By Tanu Sood-Oracle on Feb 08, 2016
Digital has transformed everything, and more than anything, it has changed our expectations. Our expectations as a consumer are that information is available at our fingertips, information about product and services we are looking for, their competition, peer reviews, service levels, and much more. We expect faster sales cycles, quicker turn around, 24 X 7 information availability and exchange and up to date integrated social, mobile and web engagements.
And we take these experiences as a consumer to our workplace. As employees we expect similar experience at our workplace, from our work tools. That our work is no longer a place but an activity – we take it anytime, anywhere on any device; that information is connected and contextual and securely available and that we are able to engage with our ecosystem round the clock, using any channel that we have at our disposal - mobile, web and social. We expect our work to be automated and to be social-, mobile- and cloud-enabled.
So, how is this new digital world reflected in our products and in our roadmaps? Join our executive, David le Strat who heads product management and strategy for Oracle WebCenter, Oracle BPM and Cloud Collaboration solutions, as he discusses Oracle’s roadmap for Digital Experience and Cloud Collaboration.
Get insights into what’s coming in innovations in our products and cloud services solutions and hear first-hand about the latest developments in our Cloud Platform services that include Documents Cloud Service, Process Cloud Service and our newest offering, Sites Cloud Service. Drive your company’s roadmap as we share ours for digital collaboration, and for WebCenter and Business Process Management product offerings designed for digital experience and digital operations excellence.
Join us. Be sure to add this session to My Schedule.
Experience and Collaboration Roadmap—Oracle WebCenter, BPM, and Cloud Services
Monday, October 26
11:00 am - 11:45 am | Moscone West—2024
We will see you there!
Learn about this and other Oracle Webcenter, Oracle BPM and Cloud Content and Collaboration sessions at OpenWorld in the following guides.
Focus on: Content and Collaboration in the Cloud
Gartner defines a portal as a personalized point of access to relevant information, business processes and other people. Portals support a wide range of vertical markets and business activities and address various audiences, including employees, customers and partners, and citizens. A horizontal portal offering is a software application or service that can be used to create and manage portals for a wide range of purposes.
Oracle is positioned as a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals for its Oracle WebCenter Portal offering. You can access the full report here.
Figure 1. Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals
Source: Gartner (September 2015)
Oracle WebCenter Portal is a portal and composite applications solution that delivers intuitive user experiences for the enterprise that are seamlessly integrated with enterprise applications. Oracle WebCenter Portal optimizes the connections between people, information and applications, provides business activity streams so users can navigate, discover and access content in context, and offers dynamic personalization of applications, portals and sites so users have a customized experience.
With social, mobile and analytics driving the next wave of digital innovation, businesses require that portals provide intuitive yet personalized user experience with integrated social, collaboration and content management capabilities. Oracle WebCenter Portal is the complete, open and integrated enterprise portal and composite applications solution that enables the development and deployment of internal and external portals and websites, composite applications, self-service portals and mash-ups with integrated social and collaboration services and enterprise content management capabilities.
With Oracle WebCenter Portal, organizations can:
• Improve business productivity by providing employees, customers and partners with a modern user experience to access contextual information in a rich, personalized and collaborative environment.
• Speed development by providing developers with a comprehensive and flexible user experience platform that includes an extensive library of reusable components
• Increase business agility by extending and integrating their existing SaaS and on-premise applications such as Oracle Marketing Cloud, Oracle Sales Cloud, Oracle E-Business Suite; Siebel, PeopleSoft, and JD Edwards; and SAP seamlessly
Oracle is pleased to be named a Leader in the 2015 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals. You can access the full report here.
To learn more about how Oracle WebCenter Portal can help your organization, visit us here. And, if you are coming to Oracle OpenWorld this year, be sure to visit our demogrounds and join us in our strategy, vision and roadmap session on Oracle WebCenter Portal and related solutions. This year we have a host of sessions on product deep dives, roadmap and strategy, customer successes, solution best practices, and a lot more. For complete information, we recommend you bookmark the following and add these sessions to your My Schedule tool today.
Source: "Gartner Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals", Jim Murphy, Gene Phifer, Gavin Tay, Magnus Revang, Sep 15 2015.
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Guest post by Scott Smith, Redstone Content Solutions
I had the opportunity, about eight years ago, to transition into a role where I was administering Oracle WebCenter Content installations. I learned a lot over the next several years about Oracle, and their partner community.
When I first became our company’s Oracle WebCenter Content Administrator, we had four production servers (clustered into two – two server domains) running WebCenter Content 10g. As of one year ago – there are ten servers (clustered into five – two server domains) running WebCenter Content 11g.
the number of content items from just over 320,000 to more than 7,000,000 and Oracle WebCenter allowed us to scale easily. Oracle and an Oracle partner helped us through the growth transition.
This growth resulted in some challenges to ensure that the system was always running at its peak capability. As the system expanded to accommodate new functionality and metadata requirements, the need to rebuild the Oracle WebCenter Content index became a daunting task. With regular index rebuilds, the search speeds were acceptable, but not always optimal. We never considered an alternate platform since we knew that we were running the most robust and easily configurable system on the market. We had to learn to manage the expectations for how often we could rebuild the index and what could be expected in terms of search speed from complex searches.
As my career has transitioned and progressed, today I find myself “on the other side” of the fence. I have indeed joined the world of consulting with the very Oracle partner I had come to rely on in my "previous" life.
I now find myself in the position of being envious of those system administrators we serve today. The current release of Distributed Index (DI), from Redstone Content Solutions, has eliminated the need to manage expectations related to index rebuild and search times. Distributed Index integrates with Oracle WebCenter Content (it has been designated by Oracle as an Oracle Validated Integration). DI is an integration that allows an Oracle WebCenter Content Administrator to define and build multiple indexes against their content repository. These indexes can be distributed across hardware that is independent from the current Oracle WebCenter Content architecture. This further reduces search times and index rebuild times.
Some of the features and benefits include:
Do not forget to utilize those partners who have experience and can help guide you with proven services and solutions that can smooth out those little bumps on the road to success.
To learn more about Redstone Content Solutions and Distributed Index, please follow the links below, or join us at Oracle OpenWorld 15 where we will be co-hosting this year’s Oracle WebCenter Appreciation Event.
For more details on the event and how to register, please see here.
You can also leverage the following resources to dig deeper into the combined solution:
About the author:
Scott Smith is a WebCenter Consultant with Redstone Content Solutions. Scott has held a number of positions over his 30+ year career. Most recently, before joining Redstone, he spent 10 years with School Specialty Inc., where he was a Project Manager, Business Analyst, ETL Specialist, and Content Engineer.
Each year at OOW, we drive the best and most innovative sessions for our attendees. This year is no different. With over 30 speaking sessions reflecting strategy and perspectives from our executives, technology experts, customers, partners, user groups and industry thought leaders; 10 live product demos; and 7 hands-on-labs devoted to Oracle WebCenter, Oracle Business Process Management (BPM) and our Cloud Content and Collaboration solutions, we are excited to showcase our product innovations, customer successes and vision at OOW 2015.
Must Attend Sessions:
Don’t miss the Strategy and Vision sessions for the overall portfolio and each of the respective solution and cloud technologies. We invite all customers to attend these not-to-be-missed sessions that can help organizations plan their roadmaps. Attendees will also get an opportunity to hear from customer organizations on implementation successes.
Experience and Collaboration Roadmap—Oracle WebCenter, BPM, and Cloud Services
11:00 am - 11:45 am | Moscone West—2024
Cloud Service—Vision, Strategy, and Roadmap [CON9183]
12:15 pm - 1:00 pm | Moscone West—2024
Cloud Service and the Oracle BPM Suite—Vision, Strategy, and Roadmap [CON9181]
1:30 pm - 2:15 pm | Moscone West—2024
Sites Strategy and Vision [CON9191]
2:45 pm - 3:30 pm | Moscone West—2024
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Cloud Service: Rapid Building of Mobile-First Digital Experiences [CON9199]
4:00 pm - 4:45 pm | Moscone West—2024
Content and Other Oracle WebCenter Solutions: Vision and Strategy [CON9182]
12:15 pm - 1:00 pm | Moscone West—2024
Experience Strategy: Oracle WebCenter, Oracle BPM, and Oracle Cloud Services
7:15 pm - 8:00 pm | Moscone South—301
There are many more sessions highlighting customer successes, partner discussions, persona and/or industry based discussions, Cloud/PaaS lessons, live product demonstrations and Hands-On-Labs (HOL) sessions so do bookmark the following links for a complete listing:
Focus on: Content and Collaboration in the Cloud
Note that My Schedule is live for Oracle OpenWorld now. Customer and partner attendees can use My Schedule to plan and optimize time during the conferences by building personalized conference schedule beforehand. We recommend adding the sessions mentioned above and the others of interest from the Focus On documents.
WebCenter & BPM Auxiliary Events at OOW:
In addition to regularly scheduled programs of sessions, hands-on labs and demos, we have planned additional events for our customers and partners to actively engage with the Oracle and partner teams, and network with their peers. These auxiliary events include:
· Customer Appreciation Reception – Monday 10/26 – 6:30pm - 8:30pm (Invite and RSVP | OOW Registration NOT Required)
· Innovation Awards Ceremony (CON10374) – Tuesday 10/27– 4:00pm - 5:30pm, YBCA Theater (OOW Registration Required)
· Oracle Appreciation Event at OOW 15 with Elton John, featuring Beck – Wednesday 10/28 – 6:30 pm – 12:00 am (Event Information)
Your Conference on Mobile:
Attendees with Apple iOS or Android devices can access Oracle conference information via the Oracle OpenWorld mobile app (available mid-October). Download the app from the Apple iTunes store or Google Play, and get news and updates, access your schedule and the Oracle OpenWorld Content Catalog, explore interactive maps, find exhibitors and sponsors, and discover social channels.
Social Media Communications:
We will be highlighting our key session on Oracle WebCenter blog periodically. In addition, please use the following hashtags to discuss OOW on your channels and follow along on @OracleWebCenter and @OracleBPM
#OOW15 | #OracleDOCS | #OraclePCS | #OracleSCS | #WebCenter | #OracleBPM | #OraclePaaS
Don’t forget to RSVP for the Customer Appreciation Event and bookmark:
Focus on: Content and Collaboration in the Cloud
Looking forward to a great #OOW15 together!
Yes, Oracle Documents Cloud Service is an enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) solution. Yes, it is in the cloud as you would expect from a modern day EFSS solution. And yes, it is easy and intuitive to use with out-of-the-box mobile accessibility with the added security that you would expect from an Oracle solution. But why do we keep insisting it is more than just an EFSS or file sharing solution? Because beyond just providing cloud storage and 24/7 access and share and sync capabilities and mobile access, Documents Cloud mobilizes your enterprise content. Unlike first-generation EFSS solutions, it doesn't create new information silo's and instead allows you to drive the content connected to your applications, to your business processes or to your source of record (like an enterprise content management system that is on premise) and make it available anywhere, for sharing and for collaboration.
Here's a quick look at how it may make your work life that much easier, more productive, much more efficient and perhaps even, fun?
For more information, visit us at oracle.com/digitalcollaboration.
The benefits of an effective and comprehensive cloud file sharing and collaboration solution are quite obvious - you have access to documents you need to be productive anytime, anywhere and on any device; remote employees and employees on the go are empowered; team collaboration and doing projects either among the employees or with outside contractors and suppliers is vastly simplified; when delivered securely and in context, the solution drive work efficiency, employee satisfaction and even improves time to market, and so on.
But what does it mean for IT? Less governance and information silo's to deal with; more efficient provisioning; automatic updates and almost zero maintenance; more self service and less administrative overhead; streamlined infrastructure and better governance. Here's what Oracle CIO and SVP, Mark Sunday has to say about driving IT transformation with Oracle Documents Cloud Service.
And why Oracle Documents Cloud Service needs to be an ubiquitous solution for any organization.
For more information, visit oracle.com/digitalcollaboration.
If you were a Chief Information Officer (CIO) of a large company, say like Oracle, what would you want from a collaboration solution? What would be your 3 biggest priorities? Would security trump convenience? How about heterogeneity? And plugability – the ability for the solution to connect with existing systems and infrastructure? What about control? Would you trust the public Cloud?
Find out what Mark Sunday, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer has to say about cloud based Enterprise File Sync and Share solution.
by: Vikas Saini, Enterprise Architect, Digital Experience and Mobile, Oracle
With the release of the latest features in Oracle Documents Cloud Service last month, Oracle has taken a giant leap forward in the file sync and content collaboration space, especially as it relates to business content sharing use cases.
Since it was first commercially made available in October 2014, Oracle Documents Cloud Service (OracleDOCS) has continued to add new features to its offering and is slowing becoming the industry leader in this space.
Among the many new capabilities, one that stands out most is the integration with Oracle Mobile Security Suite for the advanced security and control features. Now businesses can use this service to boost productivity while still providing the necessary controls that IT requires.
Here are five key reasons why you should seriously look at Oracle Documents Cloud Service for your enterprise file sync and content collaboration needs.
A key part of Oracle’s strategy moving forward is its focus on the Oracle Cloud Platform. The big advantage that the company has over its competitors is the holistic solution it can provide across a company's complete IT architecture, given its vast portfolio of products. In a short span, the company has released solutions for software-as-a-service (SaaS), platform-as-a-service (PaaS) and Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). It recently announced the launch of about 24 more services including Oracle Mobile Cloud, Oracle Integration Cloud and Oracle Process Cloud.
In addition, given the tremendous success of Oracle's on-premise Enterprise Content Management Platform over past many years, it is probably safe to assume that the product management understands the space very well and knows the key features that businesses are looking for in a cloud collaboration solution.
For business users, Oracle Documents Cloud is a great service as it provides capabilities for content collaboration and privacy control. I believe that Oracle will continue to make great strides in the space by adding new and innovative features to this service and will soon be a leader of the next generation of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) in the cloud.
Here you will find more information about Oracle Documents Cloud Service.Related Links:
Read this latest announcement from Oracle to find out more about how TekStream Solutions, a solution services company in North America streamlined project management and administration and improved client project delivery with Oracle Documents Cloud Service, an enterprise-grade cloud collaboration and file sync and share solution. Learn how, within the first month of its use, TekStream was able to cut project administration costs by 30% and reduce complexity to not only drive client results faster but also provide a superior project experience to both its consultants as well as its clients.
And here's a brief video with Judd Robins, executive vice president, Consulting Services of TekStream Solutions as he discusses the specific areas where they were looking to make improvements and how Oracle Documents Cloud enabled easy and yet secure cloud collaboration not only among its consultants who are always on the go, but also with its clients.
To learn more about Oracle Documents Cloud Service and how it can help your enterprise visit us at cloud.oracle.com/documents.
As you know, Oracle Documents Cloud Service is not just an Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) solution in the Cloud but more than that, it offers a cloud platform for documents management, storage and collaboration to drive business processes hooked to business applications.
Today we are going to look at how Siebel CRM users can extend their documents, embed attachments and drive collaboration in the Cloud using Oracle Documents Cloud Service.
Integration between Documents Cloud and Siebel CRM allows Siebel users to store file attachments in the cloud dynamically allowing you to share this content with your team, both internally and externally by defining granular permission privileges. Storing it in the Cloud also means the content is available to you anytime, anywhere and on any device - on the web, desktop or even your mobile devices giving mobility to your content like never before. With inherent granular security controls, leveraging Oracle Documents Cloud for document storage, access and sharing also means security assurance with your information protected at rest, in motion and at access points. Your documents are available to you 24 X 7, in context and are always up to date. Once you have setup Documents Cloud Service with Siebel, you can simply access your relevant files seamlessly from within your application like so:
What's more, Documents Cloud gives you the ability to share these documents amongst other Oracle Cloud solutions such as Sales Cloud and in the future Service Cloud and Oracle Social Network, etc. so that you have a seamless work experience through the business process and that contextual documents are available for your use anytime from within your application of choice. Version control ensures there are not multiple versions floating around leading to erroneous decision making.
A simple drag and drop interface make document collaboration easy to use and intuitive. You can store attachments for any Siebel entity using Documents Cloud. With the scalable, trusted Oracle Cloud architecture, you significantly reduce your CapEx as well as maintenance and upgrade costs down the line. The service is available as soon as you "switch it on" giving your documents the mobility you need and even offline access.
Implementing the solution into a Siebel CRM deployment is easy with step by step instructions listed in this whitepaper. Leveraging Oracle Documents Cloud with Oracle Siebel means lower TCO, proven integration model, same foundational architecture and one solution partner.
Here's a brief video explaining it all. Take a look and make your Siebel documents mobile with Documents Cloud Service today.
Have some questions? Our colleagues, John Bedford on the Siebel side along with the Documents Cloud product management team, have compiled this FAQ for you. For additional questions and follow up, please do leave us a comment here or contact your Oracle account manager.
While it is seamless for our Oracle Documents Cloud Service users as the updates are automatically pushed out without the users or customer organizations having to do anything at their ends, we thought you may want to learn about what additional features and capabilities we have pushed out with the latest release of Oracle Documents Cloud Service and why Oracle's cloud collaboration solution is fast becoming an industry benchmark. Our product expert and member of the product management team, Ellen Gravina discusses.
by: Ellen Gravina, Principal Product Manager, Oracle Documents Cloud Service
Oracle Documents Cloud Service was upgraded to include the latest features for our web, mobile, and desktop clients. Features include:
Oracle Documents Presenter
Wow your customers and prospects with beautiful presentations that deliver maximum impact and results!
• Present PPTs, review PDF documents, play videos, and use many more presentation formats.
• All your presentations are stored on your tablet–no need to find a WiFi hot spot.
• Author presentations by organizing material in folders on your desktop. Customize the look to your brand by using folder background and icon images.
Multiple Account Support
• Synchronize content from multiple accounts to your desktop.
• Access content from multiple accounts on your mobile device.
Enhancements to Public Link Policy
• Administrators can set a maximum role allowed for public links.
• Folder owners can disable public links on a per-folder basis.
Customize Oracle Documents with Your Own Branding
• Change the logo in the header.
• Control where users look for help, share feedback, and get information about client downloads.
iOS Touch ID Support
• Make use of your fingerprint to protect access to your content.
• Available in the native mobile app and Oracle Documents Presenter app.
Access Version History from Your Mobile Device
• View old versions of a document.
• Delete old versions.
• Make an old version the current version.
Enterprise Installation Support for Desktop Client
• Roll out the Desktop Sync Client software to multiple client machines with the help of the EXE and MSI installer packages.
• Deploy the MSI installer through Active Directory’s group policy.
• See the Administrator’s Guide for details.
Check out the Oracle Documents Cloud Service Getting Started page to learn more. And visit cloud.oracle.com/documents for additional solution and market information.
Please contact Oracle Support for any support questions. Feedback is always welcome in our Documents Cloud Service discussion forum.
Cloud enterprise file sync and share solutions serve a critical business need. A digital enterprise is an anytime, anyplace workplace requiring not just employees but the authorized ecosystem access to the right information at any time from any where on any device. This enables true collaboration in a 24 X 7 world and empowers the mobile workforce driving user productivity.
As a result, most organizations have moved away from large email file attachments, FTP server management and on-site content sharing tools and have started to instead leverage cloud file sync and share solutions. We use them in our personal lives to share pictures and videos so why not in our workplace? Trouble is enterprise-grade solutions require a bit more due diligence and consideration since one wrong upload or an unauthorized access to a critical file can have catastrophic implications for the company. And, it is not just about security either. When you think about, enterprises do have different needs from file sync and share solutions than you and I do in our personal lives. Enterprises require such solutions in place to drive work collaboration and improve mobile productivity. So, you are not looking at file sync and share solution in isolation, as a one off to send files or videos or images from point A to point B. Rather you are looking to spend a significant portion of your work day working on materials that are shared, collaborate with your colleagues and drive output by completing some tasks. Enterprise file sync and share is, thus, an integral part of not just the way you work but your work itself. So, rather than a one off solution, it needs to be a strategic cloud investment.
But if we are looking for a company to standardize on a corporate grade cloud file sync and share, that makes it an IT solution, right? Well, in my opinion, yes and no. Yes, because IT will need to do its diligence on the solution and make sure the solution meets the corporate IT security and governance requirements. But no, because the solution is made to empower Lines of Businesses, even the IT team really. So, right out of the box, it needs to have the features and functionality for it to be a desirable solution in the first place. If it is not meeting the basic criteria of easy to use, intuitive with complete mobile support and with no maintenance headaches, you have failed the litmus test.
What's your take? Where does the decision for enterprise file sync and share reside? Should an LoB or a set of them with immediate need for a solution initiate the search or should the decision rest with IT? Can both business and IT align to find a long term, strategic solution that is fast becoming an ubiquitous need? We would love to hear from you and as would our executives.
Join our live webcast tomorrow on "Introducing Oracle Documents Cloud Service" scheduled for 10 am PT/1 pm ET and be a part of this important conversation. We think it is a strategic enough conversation to have Oracle CIO, Mark Sunday be involved in addition to our senior product and LoB and customer executives. And to make sure we don't have colored lenses on, we will do a sanity check with IDC's Program Vice President, Content and Digital Media Technologies, Melissa Webster as well. This is your opportunity to ask the questions of these executives and industry experts. And we encourage you to follow the conversation on twitter with #OracleDOCS. Don't forget to register for tomorrow's live webcast. the conversation has only just begun...
Oracle Customer: John Lewis Partnership
John Lewis Partnership, one of the United Kingdom’s leading retailers, owns and operates 30 John Lewis department stores, 10 John Lewis at-home stores and 302 Waitrose supermarkets. The organization also runs a substantial online business through www.johnlewis.com and www.waitrose.com, in addition to business-to-business contracts in the UK and abroad.
John Lewis Partnership is the UK’s largest example of worker co-ownership where all 85,000 employees are partners in the business. Partners are dedicated to delivering excellent customer service and share in the benefits and profits of the business. John Lewis was named “Retailer of the Year 2013” at the Oracle Retail Week Awards 2013.
|A word from John Lewis Partnership|
"With Oracle WebCenter Portal, our partners have secure, straightforward, and instant access to a wide range of human resources services from any location. We also laid a strong foundation for future developments and growth within the organization.”
– Stephen Oliphant, Technical Application Architect, Oracle Business Service Center, John Lewis Partnership
Oracle Product and Services
“Oracle is our strategic partner of choice, and by working with a single vendor, we benefit from consistency across technology, service, and support,” said Stephen Oliphant, technical application architect, Oracle business service center, John Lewis Partnership.
“The scalability of the Oracle solution is very important. One of the key drivers for this transformation project was to support the rate of change and growth within John Lewis Partnership. By partnering with Oracle, we can deploy the right technology to provide a good service to the business and to scale as our organization grows,” said Oliphant.
John Lewis Partnership chose Oracle Diamond Partner Hitachi Consulting as the lead systems integrator to provide expertise and resources for its organization-wide HR transformation program. Hitachi led a team of partners and worked with John Lewis Partnership from the requirements-gathering phase, through initial design workshops and conference-room pilot sessions, to the final build and testing. Hitachi deployed a large, onsite team and was responsible for functional, technical, and project management, testing, as well as governance.
As part of this extensive program, Hitachi upgraded John Lewis Partnership’s Oracle E-Business Suite implementation to Release 12 before designing and implementing the Oracle WebCenter solution. It was important that the look and feel of Oracle E-Business Suite was familiar to users, so Hitachi designed the Oracle WebCenter interface to resemble the John Lewis Partnership intranet.
“Hitachi provided excellent resources throughout this project. The team was more than willing to spend time with us transferring knowledge, helping to ensure that we get the best value from our Oracle implementations into the future,” said Stephen Oliphant, technical application architect, Oracle Business Service Center, John Lewis Partnership.
I'm firmly convinced today that as far as content goes - Puppies have become the newest currency. Here at Oracle - we received a notice today about a new feature on our benefits plan that rivals other company benefit plans. We just started this year with an option for TeleMedicine, which is great, but NONE of my friends have this PuppyBenefit where they work. So... maybe you should consider working for Oracle - great products, great people, awesome benefits and PUPPIES!
Here is their promotional video on the new service below. Check out the links above - you can even select your puppy! I'm already signed up!
Oracle WebCenter is the center of engagement for business—powering
exceptional experiences for customers, partners, and employees. It connects
people, process, and information with the most complete portfolio of portal,
Web experience management, content, imaging and collaboration technologies.