Oracle Security Patches, AKA Critical Patch Updates (CPUs), are often considered a “freebie”, but in reality, they are anything but free. Learn about the hidden costs associated with receiving and applying Oracle CPUs and what you can do to significantly reduce those costs. Join Gabe Dimeglio, Vice President, Global Security Services and Dan Ashton, Sr. Dir Product Marketing to understand: How Oracle CPUs are consuming budget and resources without you knowing it A security strategy to improve database security and reduce costs Which Oracle Database releases are at increased security risk and why it will get worse by the end of 2020
CIOs consider the cloud for a variety of reasons, many of which are forcing them to rethink their application strategies. You are not alone if you are feeling pressure to migrate applications and infrastructure to the cloud. But which cloud moves are the right ones? Join former Gartner analyst, Pat Phelan as she examines different cloud options and how they impact your ability to innovate. If you are involved in setting or executing a cloud strategy, you won’t want to miss this webinar. Watch now.
Even within normal circumstances, IT faces constant pressure to maintain performance, deliver new projects and drive innovation within a limited budget. However, in today’s times of economic downturn with a long and hard recovery being predicted, conserving cash takes on a criticality like never before. Mandatory IT budget cuts are and soon will be prevalent across the board. IT leaders must follow a structured approach to identify, evaluate and deliver cost-saving measures that still can deliver performance and needed innovation. In this webinar, Deepa Salem, Senior Product Marketing Director from Rimini Street, discuss some key insights from Gartner on how CIOs should respond to the mandatory IT budget cuts and how they can conserve cash while maintaining performance. This includes ideas on how to prioritize and roadmap major IT projects, as well as control IT operating expenses such as support and maintenance costs. We also hear from Eric Robinson, General Manager of SAP Services at Rimini Street and former CIO of Color Spot Nurseries, on his lessons learnt on responding to mandatory IT budget cuts.
Wanting to modernize your ERP without going through an expensive and disruptive upgrade? This session is for you. Explored are the many ways Oracle customers can use modern Operating Systems, Java, Web Browsers, and even operating systems with older versions of ERP. Also discussed are modernizing the UX, mobile integration, and extracting advanced analytics, and implementing modern security techniques on any ERP version. Learning Objectives: Learn tips and tricks on using modern versions of browsers, java versions, and operating systems with older versions of ERP Learn how to deploy a mobile modern UX interface to any ERP version Learn how to deploy rock-solid security and analytics solutions for any ERP version
Saving at least 50% on SAP support costs to leverage the investment made in implementing an existing SAP system is an attractive proposition for most IT leaders, especially in today’s economic stress. Third-party support provides this option. In fact, Gartner calls “third-party support a safe haven.” 1 However, many IT leaders have several questions: Is third-party support right for their SAP landscape? Will it support their specific SAP environment and business needs? Will it deliver reliable and consistent support? How will moving to Rimini Street support impact their SAP roadmap – for e.g., expanding or deepening SAP footprint? How will they manage our SAP landscape with or without Solution Manager? What are the benefits of using Rimini Street support for SAP Products? Please listen to Hari Candadai, GVP, Global Thought Leadership and Strategy, Rimini Street, and Eric Robinson, General Manager of SAP Services, Rimini Street as they discuss the above questions using their deep experience with over 500 SAP clients. Gartner, Predicts 2020: Negotiate Software and Cloud Contracts to Manage Marketplace Growth and Reduce Legacy Costs, 18 December 2019
Companies and IT organizations that provide technology support services (either internally or externally) are struggling to find a service approach that moves knowledge closer to their customers—one that lowers costs, improves customer experiences, and, importantly, balances technology and the human connection. Adopting a “Shift Left” strategy is a high-impact way to address these needs. It works best when automation is balanced with—not blocking or inhibiting—the human factor to provide a personalized customer experience. This webinar examines: What’s driving the Shift Left trend The benefits of shifting left and why it makes you more competitive How to embrace and implement your Shift Left strategy Join Pat Phelan, former Gartner Analyst and VP of Research for Rimini Street, and Renee Wells, VP of Product Strategy, as they examine how a “shift left” strategy can transform IT support services.
With all Oracle PeopleSoft releases except for 9.2 in sustaining support and no announcement of 9.3, our customers have been finding creative ways to control costs and make things easier to do. Getting off Oracle support has been one of the best decisions you’ve made, so now let’s explore what happens next. We’ll reveal how one client running a blend of PeopleSoft 9.1 and 9.2 started by dropping their expensive Oracle support for third-party support – then engaged us to manage their systems. In this OnDemand Webinar, Frank Reneke, GVP & GM of Oracle Services for Rimini Street and Anne Plese, Sr Director of Product Marketing explore how we are helping our clients strengthen their financial position to accelerate digital transformation – all while taking back control of their roadmap in a time of uncertainty. Tune in to find out the steps that you can take toward a simplified operating model.
Oracle Database is the traditional market leader but a revolution has been brewing. Gartner has forecasted that “By 2022, more than 70% of new in-house applications will be developed on an OSDBMS or OSDBMS-based dbPaaS, and 50% of existing proprietary RDBMS instances will have been converted or be in process of converting”* There are new database and database support options available which should be considered in many situations and a few secrets about Oracle Database that may surprise you. In this webinar you will learn: Which popular Oracle Database releases will no longer be fully supported by the end of 2020 Some Oracle DB realities discovered in a recent 2020 survey you probably are not aware of What database alternatives are being considered and why How companies are freeing up budget by investigating database and database support alternatives
Join us as we review results and insights from a survey of PeopleSoft users around the world. Economic uncertainties and business demands are causing IT teams to make some major decisions for their organizations today. And with no PeopleSoft 9.3 release on the horizon, users are facing some serious questions about their roadmap: Should you upgrade and be faced with continuous updates for the next 10 years? Should you move to the cloud? Can you continue innovating on your current release? How will any of these options impact your organization and also generate the most value for your business? We surveyed PeopleSoft customers and asked their opinions about decisions they’re making around these topics, and we’ll discuss how these decisions will impact how your company will survive, stabilize and thrive moving forward.
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