IT employees such as CNC administrators and solutions architects may lose over $30,000 in annual productivity due to work interruptions, but a closer examination of those stoppages may help you gain much of that loss back.
Infrastructure, Software and Platforms provided as-a-Service are gaining ground on traditional methods of using these physical resources. Now human resources and skills provided as-a-Service for the Enterprise are also gaining popularity. This blog outlines five benefits from using JD Edwards CNC as-a-Service.
Oracle offers thousands of technology products, but in my humble opinion, the Application Interface Services (AIS) platform is by far one of their most exciting contributions to date. Here is an overview of what AIS is and how you can put it to work inside your organization.
Connecting LDAP to your EnterpriseOne environment increases the speed and efficiency of your systems. Here are answers to the common questions surrounding this implementation.
Accessing JD Edwards Developer skills typically required doing so through a "Resource-based" engagement— either hiring a full-time Developer Employee or retaining a full-time Developer Contractor, even if your actual demands don't justify the full-time investment.
But today you can leverage a Consumption-based IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS) Solution to access the JDE Developer skills you need— an approach which can be over 45 Percent More Cost Effective by eliminating the upfront cost and ongoing overhead inherent in the Resource-based options.