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How Welch’s Squeezed More Value From IT With Rimini Street
Business Driven Roadmap, CIO Strategies, Client story 3 min read
How Welch’s Squeezed More Value From IT With Rimini Street

Because my ultimate bosses are family farmers, I do not get a lot of credit for spending money on technology for technology’s sake. Farming is a tough business, and they are right to have high expectations of the technology investments we make. Welch’s is such a well-known brand many people probably assume we’re a subsidiary […]

Unpacking Your Update Manager Box for PeopleSoft: “Is it just me or are they empty inside?”
Cost of Maintenance, ERP, Oracle 5 min read
Unpacking Your Update Manager Box for PeopleSoft: “Is it just me or are they empty inside?”

Software updates can be a lot like getting a gift you didn’t ask for, and while you may pay a great deal for software updates, they can often contain no clear value. Imagine unwrapping a beautifully wrapped present. It’s a big box so you figure it has to be something amazing, but as you rip […]

What Retailers Have In Common on IT Spending and Digital Innovation
Business Driven Roadmap, Business Growth, Digital innovation 3 min read
What Retailers Have In Common on IT Spending and Digital Innovation

The holiday season gave retailers an unexpected gift: sales rose 5.1 percent between Nov. 1 and Dec. 24, a six-year high1. To put that into perspective, the National Retail Federation put the average annual increase at about 3.9% over the previous five years. Even so, online sales accelerated even more rapidly, rising 19.1 percent2, according […]

Making Sense of SaaS: Critical Questions to Ask Before Signing Cloud Software Contracts
Cloud, Custom Code, ERP 5 min read
Making Sense of SaaS: Critical Questions to Ask Before Signing Cloud Software Contracts

The term “Software-as-a-Service” (SaaS) has turned into a marketing catch-phrase. Many software vendors are using it to boost the appeal of their applications because SaaS implies lower total cost of ownership (TCO) and other benefits like much faster deployment. But, before you take the plunge, it pays to arm yourself with the facts so you […]

Why Layered Security is the Best for Enterprises
ERP, Layered security, Security 3 min read
Why Layered Security is the Best for Enterprises

Banks learned long ago not to rely on one lock, one gate or one guard for protection. In the same way, IT security is never about one tool, one protocol or one software patch. Protecting modern IT infrastructures means blocking attack vectors at each layer of the stack (system; software; and network), as well as […]

How to Join the Digital Vanguard
Business Growth, CIO Strategies, Cloud 3 min read
How to Join the Digital Vanguard

Is your organization a digital laggard or a member of the digital vanguard? I’ve been reading Deloitte’s 2018 CIO Survey, which makes a point of distinguishing between “vanguard” organizations where IT actively contributes to creating new businesses and business opportunities and everyone else. The traditional role of the CIO has been to be an operational […]

Updating And Securing Java Under Oracle’s Latest Rules
Audits, Java, Open source 3 min read
Updating And Securing Java Under Oracle’s Latest Rules

Clients who rely on Rimini Street for support of Oracle enterprise software have been asking us how we can help support their Java applications after the end of January 2019. That is the date after which Oracle says it will stop providing updates to publicly available versions of Java SE 8 to users without a […]

Oracle’s Cloud Programs: Beware a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
Cloud, ERP, IaaS 6 min read
Oracle’s Cloud Programs: Beware a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

The promise of the cloud is to liberate IT from the cost and burden of tiresome daily IT administration, while delivering more freedom to select from the industry’s latest and best innovations. Too bad that goes against the very DNA of legacy ERP vendors such as Oracle, whose stock price and revenues historically are closely […]

With ERP Support from Rimini Street, Multnomah County Gains Flexibility While Making Best Use of Taxpayer Dollars
Client story, Cost of Maintenance, Custom Code 3 min read
With ERP Support from Rimini Street, Multnomah County Gains Flexibility While Making Best Use of Taxpayer Dollars

At just 465 miles square, Multnomah County in Oregon is home to 800,000 residents. With the county seat in Portland, the organization employs 8,000 people and has an annual operating budget of $2 billion USD, funded by taxpayers. Multnomah County is responsible for its operating units and for securely maintaining its systems to fulfill certain […]

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