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December 2018 | Issue 69
Franck Pachot, Data Engineer, CERN - "As a consultant, I have seen too many customers still running on old releases of the Oracle Database: versions which are not supported any longer, or at least which do not have the latest software updates. I’ll explain how this jeopardises your application more than upgrading the database to newer versions."
Antony Heljula, Technical Director, Peak Indicators - Complying with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been a tough ask for many organisations in recent months. And while the focus is frequently on updating company policies, and ensuring both business processes and practices are on the right side of the law, it’s just as important to keep an eye on the requirements of privacy by design.
Jack van den Brink, Quistor - In this cloud era people often think only cloud native products are still alive and more ‘ancient’ systems are just not there any longer – they have ceased to exist. Ever since PeopleSoft bought JD Edwards and then Oracle bought PeopleSoft the competition in the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) domain has tried to convince companies that JD Edwards has no future, will soon be dead or even no longer exists. But luckily all these competitors are completely wrong.
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