We’ve been extremely busy here on the Oracle
WebCenter team. We hope that you’ve all be keeping up with the interesting news
each week. Last week was jammed full of GartnerPCC and Gartner360 buzz. If you
missed any of the highlights – be sure to check out both Kellsey’s post from
last week: Gartner PCC: A Shovel & Some Ah-Ha's and
Christie’s overview of Loren Weinberg’s PCC presentation: "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Engage Your Customers or Lose
we’ll be focusing on “Doing More with WebCenter” leading up to a great webcast
scheduled for Thursday, March 22 (invite and registration link below). This is
the 2nd in a series of
3 webcasts dedicated to expanding the understanding of the full capabilities of
WebCenter. Yes – that might mean that you are not getting the full benefits of
the software you already own or the expansion potential via upgrade to the full
WebCenter Suite Plus. Tune in on Thursday
10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m.
Want to be a Speaker
at Oracle OpenWorld 2012?
Open World planning has already kicked off. We know that it is only March and
next October is far in the distance. But planning has already started for Oracle OpenWorld 2012.
So if you want to be a speaker and propose your own session for this year's
event in San Francisco on September 30th - October 4th, starting thinking
annual OpenWorld Call for Papers is now open until April 9th! All
of the details to submit a paper are available here.
course, the WebCenter team here is interested in sessions including case
studies, thought-leadership, customer stories around any of the Oracle
WebCenter solutions, but the Call for Papers is open to all Oracle topics. When
submitting your topic, be sure to describe what you plan to discuss and the
value of the presentation to other attendees. Sell your session, because there
will be a lot of competition to be selected.
News: Speakers for selected sessions receive a complimentary full conference pass!
Get your papers in and we'll see you in San Francisco!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Webcast Series: Do More with Oracle WebCenter - Expand Beyond Content Management
Enable Employees, Partners, and Customers to Do More with Your Content
Did you know that, in addition to content management, Oracle WebCenter now also includes comprehensive portal, composite application, collaboration, and Web experience management capabilities?
Join us for this Webcast and learn how you can provide a new level of user engagement. Learn how Oracle WebCenter:
- Drives task-specific application data and content to a single screen for executing specific business processes
- Enables mixed internal and external environments where content can be securely shared and filtered with employees, partners, and customers, based upon role-based security
- Offers Web experience management, driving contextually relevant, social, and interactive online experiences across multiple channels
- Provides social features that enable sharing, activity feeds, collaboration, expertise location, and best-practices communities
Learn how to do more with Oracle WebCenter. Register now for the Webcast.
| March 22, 2012
10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
Senior Director, WebCenter Product Management, Oracle
Oracle Corporation - Worldwide Headquarters, 500 Oracle Parkway, OPL - E-mail Services, Redwood Shores, CA 94065, United States