PeopleSoft Is Very Much Alive
PeopleSoft News Round-up is a monthly news overview that gives an insight into the latest PeopleSoft-related events as well as brief summaries and links to articles on PeopleSoft security.
Discussing PeopleSoft navigation and mobile improvements at Oracle OpenWorld 2018
Dignomica on October 25, 2018
Oracle bought PeopleSoft 14 years ago already. Nonethelss, this year’s OpenWorld has indicated the brand is very much alive.
Oracle dedicated a lot of money and effort to extending PeopleSoft products, and over 750 features were added to latest 9.2 version in order to provide a more intuitive and responsive user experience, optimized across desktops, smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
The products have become even more popular with customers. Among them are Boeing, Intermountain Healthcare, Hawaiian Airlines, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church – aka the Mormons). And all present at OpenWorld, highlighting the benefits of systems.
Patch Tuesday brings 24 PeopleSoft fixes
The Register on October 16, 2018
Oracle released a security update with more than 300 listed security vulnerabilities in its various products.
The release covered the gamut of Oracle’s offerings. PeopleSoft sees 24 bug fixes, 21 of which can be remotely exploited. Seven would not require any user interaction. One of the 24 flaws received a CVSS base score higher than 7.2. in the Oracle listing.
New PeopleSoft innovators listed
Oracle Blog on October 23, 2018
At Oracle OpenWorld, Oracle announced the newest PeopleSoft Innovators. They are 17 organizations that use the recent features and capabilities in PeopleSoft systems to get results wherever they operate.
These 17 organizations are using the latest capabilities in PeopleSoft to drive measurable value for their organization – in areas ranging from running PeopleSoft in the Oracle Cloud (Infrastructure as a Service), to Fluid user interface adoption, to deploying newly delivered features rapidly with Selective Adoption, to eliminating customizations and embracing new configuration capabilities, and much more.
Vice president Rebekah Jackson
Rebekah lists the innovators in the post.