By Howard Beader on Aug 31, 2011
As I sit here today and ponder what today’s WebCenter blog post should focus on, I run through the gambit of what we normally discuss. We could talk more about one of the 4 pillars of WebCenter and maybe drill in deeper on Content, Portal, Connect or Sites. We could discuss the cross-functionality capabilities that cut across all the pillars, such as social, mobile, and application integration to name a few. We could share with you some of the great events and marketing programs that are in progress, between the upcoming AIIM Virtual Social conference, the Land O’Lakes webcast or Oracle OpenWorld -- there are some excellent venues available to learn more about WebCenter. And if you are like me and just need that immediate gratification fix, then we also have some great on-demand content available as well, the WebCenter launch webcast and the People, Process and Content virtual forums. We also have updated our WebCenter Oracle.com web presence to a much cleaner and more user friendly format. All of this information is great, but I honestly can’t help but think, maybe, just maybe it’s time to give our readers a voice! Maybe you want to discuss how your organizations are either using WebCenter today or thinking about using it in the future. Maybe you want to share some anecdotes on your experiences with WebCenter or maybe, you just want to get engaged in the community and start to interact and learn more from your peers around the globe. Either way we have some great channels for you. You can do so here via the comment capabilities on the blog, or you can join in the conversations via our WebCenter Facebook page, Twitter or via our group on LinkedIn. All of these channels are just additional venues for you to interact and engage with your peers, Oracle personnel and Oracle partners. We want to hear your stories, your successes, your challenges and your major wins.
Let’s start the conversations!