Wednesday Oct 05, 2011

Join Us @ Oracle Open World!

What do you get when you cross 50K+ people with great technology in a premier destination venue? ORACLE OPEN WORLD of course…. Going on right now in San Francisco. If you still want to come and check it out - there are lots of great sessions left today (Wed - 10/5) and tomorrow – but either call a friend to crash at their place or plan on sleeping in your car because there aren’t any hotels left vacant in SF as well as the surrounding area.

And if you are reading this from a distant land like Mississippi or the Congo, don't fret if you didn't get budget approval to join us in San Francisco for Oracle Open World 2011 this year. Watch it Live: tune into the next best thing: Watch Oracle OpenWorld streaming video Live on YouTube; see keynotes, sessions, and more. You can enjoy the sessions from the comfort of your office chair, home couch, or mobile phone wherever you may be.  You will, of course, miss a great city venue of San Francisco and some of the greatest networking opportunities and options to meet with the executives, product developers, product management and of course, product marketing, but if you start planning for next year - we'll look forward to seeing you then. Keep your eyes on our blog for the latest and greatest news about WebCenter.

We've had some great presentations over the past 3 days here at OOW2011. Within our WebCenter family, we've had over 30 sessions, labs and user group meetings. Check out this list of just how much content we've packed into 3 days thus far - just for WebCenter alone!

    • International Oracle User Group (IOUG): Oracle Universal Content Management 11g Development Environment in 45 Minutes
    • What Does Mobility Mean for ECM and Enterprise 2.0?
    • IOUG: Oracle Universal Content Management Implementation Project
    • IOUG: Can SharePoint and Oracle ECM Coexist? Yes!
    • A Deep Dive into Oracle WebCenter Content Integration
    • Unified Management of Healthcare Data with Oracle Content Management
    • Oracle's Strategy & Vision for Portals, Sites, Content and Collaboration
    • Enabling a Social Enterprise in the Age of Cloud Computing
    • Oracle's Web Experience Management: Strategy and Vision
    • Oracle Composites and Portal Strategy and Vision
    • Web Experience Management Roadmap: New Product Capabilities and New Integrations
    • Oracle Enterprise Content Management Strategy and Vision
    • Optimize Accounts Payable with Electronic Document Capture, Imaging, and Workflow
    • Land O'Lakes' Connect3: A High-Volume Transaction-Based Composite Application
    • Extending Oracle Applications Unlimited with Oracle WebCenter
    • Oracle WebCenter Performance, Scalability, and Administration
    • Oracle's Social and Collaboration Strategy and Vision
    • Marvel: Building Business Around a Content Hub
    • Driving Business Value with a Content Infrastructure for Mobility: Medtronic Case Study
    • Balfour Beatty: People and Expertise Finder with Oracle WebCenter and Identity Management
    • Got Content? Need to Collaborate and Communicate? Come See Oracle WebCenter
    • NetApp Saves Millions by Automating Content Migration
    • Social Computing and Web Experience Management – Creating an Interactive and Engaging Experience
    • Activity Streams Are Just the Start: Enabling Effective Collaboration
    • Streamline Multimedia Communications with Oracle WebCenter
    • Deploying Oracle's Content Management Solution: Lessons Learned
    • Archive Architectures and Best Practices
    • Why We've Gone Social, and Was It Worth It? An Interactive Customer Panel
    • Electronic Operations and Maintenance Manuals for Construction Handover
    • Create and Use a Page Template for Your Oracle WebCenter Portal

The next two days are going to be just as jam-packed as the previous 3 days. Look what's coming on the schedule today (Wed) for WebCenter!

  • Build a Custom Portal with Oracle WebCenter
  • Create and Use a Page Template for Your Oracle WebCenter Portal
  • Supporting an Enterprise Content Management Deployment @ Oracle
  • The User Engagement Platform for Oracle Applications

After we've caught our breath from Wed. - hold on tight because Thursday's WebCenter schedule is packed!

  • Enabling Communities in the Social Enterprise
  • Creating Content Workflows with Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite
  • Create Business Mashups and Faceless Portals with Oracle WebCenter
  • Oracle Fusion Applications: Oracle WebCenter User Experience Case Study
  • Leveraging Oracle WebCenter's Security Framework to Build a Secure Portal
  • Oracle WebCenter and Oracle Applications: A Content Management Case Study
  • Using the Mobile Channel for Online Engagement with the Oracle WEM Solution
  • Creating a Global E-Commerce Site with Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • Create Engaging and Targeted Customer Experiences and Convert Customers into Fans
  • Texas A&M University System Architecture: Oracle ADF, Oracle WebCenter Portal and Content
  • Tailor the User Experience: Oracle WebCenter Personalization
  • Migrating to Oracle WebCenter: Best Practices
  • Managing Online Marketing Channels with Oracle's Web Experience Management Tools
  • Six Counterintuitive Best Practices for Social Collaboration Adoption
  • Integrating ECM into Your Enterprise: 5 Techniques to Try and 5 Traps to Avoid

If you'd like to dig in and see what else is available - there are an abundance of tools available for selecting just the right session for your interests.

Oracle Open World Home

Here's the Session Catalog.
Here's the Session Calendar

There is even a great mobile app to help you plan your time.

Enjoy! You can follow us on Twitter for coverage during OOW. #OOW11 #webcenter

See Us at OOW 2011


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