Collaborate14, produced by three independent Oracle user groups, hits the Venetian and Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, April 7-11, 2014. SearchOracle.com editors are attending Collaborate 2014 sessions throughout the week to report on product news and insider information.
In this guide, access articles, interviews and videos that highlight the latest news on E-Business Suite, Engineered Systems, Fusion Middleware, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Oracle Database and other key products.
Collaborate 2014 Top Story
SearchOracle.com editors spotlight the leading story for Collaborate14.
A former Oracle sales rep explains why his company chose to upgrade the existing data center infrastructure instead of purchasing an Exadata system. Continue Reading
News from Collaborate14
Oracle users will benefit from our coverage of sessions and panel discussions about firsthand experiences, case studies and best practices.
Read how insurance firm Willis created a real-time automated insurance selection app for voluntary benefits. Continue Reading
Using PeopleSoft 9.1, Willis enables users to have a personalized experience through its automated insurance selection app. Continue Reading
Read why Faribault Foods decided to implement Oracle WebCenter to manage their numerous documents and processes. Continue Reading
Experts discuss the software buying process and offer advice for gaining higher value from investments in this Collaborate tweet jam. Continue Reading
An AWR workaround enables users to prioritize and compress data in earlier ODB versions, according to PayPal Database Engineer John Kanagaraj. Continue Reading
Get tips on how to tackle upgrade challenges and application customizations from Quest president Patrick Kys. Continue Reading
This Q&A is a continuation of an interview with OAUG president Alyssa Johnson on the future of Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle ERP systems. Continue Reading
What does the future hold for Oracle Fusion Applications and their coexistence in the cloud? Learn what the OAUG president has to say in this Q&A. Continue Reading
Two experienced database users explain when it makes good business sense to deploy an Oracle database, and when it does not. Continue Reading
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Collaborate14 on Twitter
Editors, reporters, users and other attendees tweet their thoughts from Collaborate 2014.