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Blog | Mar 8, 2016

Interrupt Handling and Performance Tuning in Linux

Posted by Mona Dhiman

Interrupt handling is one of the ways of enhancing system performance as per our needs and requirements because it is crucial for business to provide end users the best experience.

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Blog | Mar 2, 2016

SAP Security – How to Completely Change Maintaining Multiple Locations

Posted by Judy Thompson

The ‘enabler’ role provides tighter controls for the organizational units from Company Codes, Sales Organizations, Plants, Ship to, and any other configured Organizational level within the Corporate SAP configurations.

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Blog | Mar 2, 2016

Five Steps to Get the Most out of Your Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning System

Posted by Gina Murphy

Quite often, the out-of-the-box enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems that organizations choose don’t scale, are difficult to reconfigure, and fail to address the changes to the business structure or regulatory environment. As such, moving from an on-premise ERP system to a cloud one typically makes sense for two reasons: First, the cloud system can add new functionality, such as data analytics, dashboards, invoice scanning, collaboration tools and automatic uploads of preferred supplier lists; and second, it can lower costs, thus freeing up the budget for other business priorities.

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Blog | Feb 24, 2016

A Day in the Life of an IT Consultant

Posted by Tim Adams

Experience a day in the life of a professional IT consultant, Eli Moulin, an external employee currently with a pharmaceutical company in Colorado. Learn about what he finds important in the field, behind the scenes about his job, and how he got to where he is today.

A big thank you to Eli for taking time out of his busy schedule to talk with us!

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Blog | Feb 23, 2016

How to Migrate Oracle Database from Solaris to Linux

Posted by Ravi Bhatia

Proprietary UNIX servers depreciate rapidly and they are often little of their original value after just a few years of usage due to their costs which varied from hundreds of thousands of dollars. Another reason is the increasing power of so-called commodity chips from Intel Corp & low-cost operating systems like Linux. 
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Blog | Feb 17, 2016

How to Create Confidence in Your Organization’s Business Solutions

Posted by Gina Murphy

The sales cycle is an integral process in business. Sales cycles vary from business to business, but what remains universal is this: you only get one first face-to-face meeting so you need to make it count. In this day and age, time and attention spans are short, so be prepared to let your prospect know what pain point you solve and how it will make their life easier.

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Blog | Feb 11, 2016

Oracle E-Biz R12.2 Key Features in R12.2.5, AD & TXK RUP 7

Posted by Narendra Dixit

A new 'dualfs' option is available when performing standard clones, as well as while adding a new node. With the 'dualfs' option, both the run and patch file systems are cloned and configured in a single operation.

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Blog | Feb 4, 2016

Big Data Becomes Fast and Accelerated with IoT

Posted by Mark Clayman

The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to be an internet of devices where the information gathered enables us to do new things. It may seem like a new concept, and it is new in the consumer world, however, the concept has been around for a while in different forms.  Retail and transportation industries have been leaders in developing “smart” applications for quite a while but it is only recently that more off-the-shelf technology is being used and the cloud is being embraced to make it smarter, more flexible and more affordable.

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Blog | Jan 29, 2016

SQL Server Integration Services – Useful Tips!

Posted by Ramandeep Kaur

SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) uses a variety of connection managers to integrate different data sources into a package allowing for data to be moved around from place to place.

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Blog | Jan 27, 2016

Tableau Partner Summit

Posted by Carla Roddy

I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to attend the Tableau Summit in Austin, TX earlier this month. As a fairly new partner and a marketing person, it was an extremely informative event. We were invited to learn more about the inner workings of Tableau and meet the people who make it happen. 

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