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You must be a member to attend the below webinars. Please contact the Membership Team for registration links.


PeopleSoft HCM - Health and Safety Module

8 April 2:00 - 3:00 pm ET, Robbin Velayedam and Eileen Connelly, Oracle

Come to this webinar to learn about the PeopleSoft Health & Safety module which is available to all PeopleSoft HR customers today. The PeopleSoft Health & Safety module does not require installation or a separate license and is easy to setup and configure to start using right away. This module is used to track safety incidents and can be used to track various attributes about COVID-19. We will review how to track incidents and how to setup and configure Health & Safety to work for your organisation. We will also use the opportunity to hear from you what enhancements we should make to better address your specific use cases.

Shift Happens! Growing Capacity to Manage Technical Change

13 April 2:00 - 3:00 pm ET, Solarity

Change or die. That’s the hard reality facing professionals and organisations in today’s quickly evolving technical landscape. Attendees will leave with a basic understanding of three attributes and disciplines for increasing individual and organisational capacity to take advantage of change instead of reacting to it.
Learning objectives:
-Understand changes that result from rapidly evolving technology
-Identify the two factors defining strategic change capacity
-Understand the three attributes and disciplines that increase the ability to manage technical change.

Mitigate Your Oracle Database to Azure Cloud Migration Challenges

14 April 11:00 am - 12:00 pm ET, Quest Software

Cloud migration is a journey. Migration projects need to be carefully planned, tested and executed and application and database performance needs to be continuously monitored to ensure ongoing success.
We often hear about companies who have migrated their databases to the cloud only to find out that their monthly subscription bills are far higher than they anticipated. 

Are you concerned about how to migrate your Oracle databases to Microsoft’s Azure cloud services with minimum downtime and without data loss?
Are you unsure which Azure cloud service tier to subscribe to in order to balance cost with manageability?
Are you unsure how to effectively monitor database performance and ensure future scalability while optimising your Azure cloud subscription costs? 
Do you need to continuously replicate Oracle data between your data center and Azure?

In this webinar, we’ll show you how easy it is to migrate your Oracle databases to Azure while mitigating cost and risk so there’s minimal impact to your business.

Time Management: Key Practices to Maximise the 1,440 Minutes in Each Day

14 April 2:00 - 3:00 pm ET, Solarity

One of the more precious resources anyone has is his or her time. In order to be effective in business you need to be efficient with your time and priorities. Effective time management skills are the key to getting the most out of each day and surviving the increasing business pressures of “doing more with less” in an increasing competitive business world. Attendees from any level of an organisation will benefit from the tips and techniques discussed during this session to make the most of their time for professional and personal success.

Growing Stronger: Three Practices to Increase Project Success

16 April 11:00 am - 12:00 pm ET, Solarity

A necessary upgrade. A new integration. Saving time and money through implementing workflow. Whatever the project, it started with great intentions. Everyone was excited to get started. Then, things started to go off the rails. People started blaming the technology, the vendor, the environment, each other. You heard cries of, “When will this ever end?” and sighs of relief when it did, limping along with half the benefits originally promised.
This session provides a high-level understanding of what causes projects to fail, and three practices that help increase project success. Attendees will learn the actions necessary to lead initiatives and teams and leave with a basic understanding of what they need to do in order to avoid derailed projects and improve project success.

Preparing PeopleSoft for Remote Access: Data Security Best Practices

16 April 2:00 - 3:00 pm ET, Appsian

With recent events related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) requiring remote work, expanded access to critical transactions in PeopleSoft is now a business objective. However, this can pose a clear and present danger to your ERP data. As your attack surface increases with remote access, IT and security leaders must understand the underlying implications and take immediate steps to mitigate the growing number of external and internal threats.
Join the PeopleSoft data security experts at Appsian, as they discuss common use cases involving security breaches and how you can proactively mitigate these risks. They will discuss:
– Vulnerabilities with user authentication and how to strengthen IAM
– How to dynamically manage privileged access
– How to limit unnecessary data exposure and data leakage
– How to enhance your visibility and continuously monitor user behaviour.

Moving Oracle Applications to the Cloud

20 April 11:00 am - 12:00 pm ET, Velocity Technology

A Panel Discussion that includes customers running a variety of Oracle Applications, including PeopleSoft and JD Edwards, who have moved to the public cloud. This session includes a discussion of various business drivers that helped these entities decide to move to the cloud.

Oracle PeopleSoft Product Update and Strategy

20 April 12:30 - 1:30 pm ET, Paco Aubrejuan, SVP, PeopleSoft Enterprise Development, Oracle

Hear experiences of how traditional Oracle tools work, their limitations and how we all can do better. Discover how it is possible to apply new thinking to an age-old problem and unlock better performance. These techniques and DBTao open up new possibilities for all Oracle users, especially anyone running Standard Edition.

JD Edwards Re-Imagined

20 April 12:30 - 1:30 pm ET, Lyle Ekdahl, Senior Vice President Product Development, Oracle

Digital transformation requires re-imagining your business model. It means re-thinking how you use JD Edwards applications, embracing a new user experience and automating your business processes. We will explore how customers are using our digital platform to transform and re imagine their businesses. Join Lyle Ekdahl to hear how you can re imagine change.

PeopleSoft HCM Update and Roadmap: Innovative Solutions for Today's HR

20 April 3:30 - 4:30 pm ET, Robbin Velayedam, Senior Director, HCM Product Strategy, Oracle

This session will provide an update of the latest features planned for PeopleSoft Human Capital Management (HCM) including the latest developments in Human Resources, Payroll, Time & Labor, Learning and Talent Management, as well as Benefits.  You will learn about important initiatives such as Modernisation of Administrative pages, customer requested enhancements, and new HCM  frameworks for extensions without customisation.  You will also learn about what successful customers are doing with their PeopleSoft HCM solutions including deploying Fluid, self service, and other capabilities to advance the effectiveness and usability of their PeopleSoft system.

PeopleSoft ERP Drives Business Expansion with Visibility and Efficiency

20 April 3:30 = 4:30 pm ET, Madhavi Makkapati, Product Strategy Director, Oracle

Organisations need to grow while reducing costs. Attend this session to get an update of continuous innovations within Oracle's PeopleSoft ERP that support collaboration between business and financial operations leveraging new technologies, expanded visibility, and automated business flows. Come and see the PeopleSoft ERP value to your stakeholders to improve productivity, empower users with new reporting tools to make timely decisions, and reduce costs of operations through new technologies. This session also showcases the roadmap for PeopleSoft ERP planned through the delivery of PeopleSoft update images to support the collaboration and productivity needed for your organisation's growth.

Your Journey with JD Edwards 9.2

20 April 3:30 - 4:30 pm ET, Robert Monahan, VP, JD Edwards Product Management and Gary Grieshaber, VP, JD Edwards Product Management

Your journey to EnterpriseOne 9.2 is filled with opportunities to transform your business into a digital leader. Join Bob Monahan and Gary Grieshaber to explore the benefits of EnterpriseOne 9.2. Hear about customers who are adopting 9.2 and re-imagining their businesses.

What's New in Oracle Database

20 April 3:30 - 4:30 pm ET, William Hardie, Vice President Oracle Database Product Management

Learn what's new from Oracle Database development, including a look at the latest features in Oracle Database 20c and what's coming next.

PeopleSoft PeopleTools Technology Roadmap

20 April 5:00 - 6:00 pm ET, David Bain, Director of Product Management, Oracle

Oracle continues to invest in PeopleSoft PeopleTools technology.  In this session, you will hear about some of the key features delivered in the latest PeopleTools release.  Topics covered are PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface, Oracle’s full suite of cloud-ready lifecycle management tools (including PeopleSoft Cloud Manager), simplified analytics, emerging technology and more. Oracle’s strategy is to continue to extend the value of your PeopleSoft investment.

Drive Transformation by Re-Imagining your JD Edwards Technology

20 April 5:00 - 6:00 pm ET, Jeff Erickson,  Senior Director Product Management

Re-imagine your platform as a catalyst to operational transformation. Customers are adopting JD Edwards technology updates to Orchestrator Studio, Extensibility Framework, 64-bit computing, Cloud, and Platform rationalisation to capitalise on investments that reduce complexity and cost. Join Jeff Erickson and our customer panel for insights into modernising your JD Edwards platform.



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