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PDFOpen Source Bare-Metal Recovery - Martin Nash

Published: 16.06.2015 - This document is restricted to members

OUG Scotland

PDFOracle Application Express 5.0 New Features - Hilary Farrell

Published: 16.06.2015 - This document is restricted to members

OUG Scotland 2015 10th June 2015

PDFOracle Database Security in the Cloud - Oded Raz

Published: 16.06.2015 - This document is restricted to members

OUG Scotland 2015 10th June 2015

PDFSQLcl The Next Generation of SQLPlus - Oded Raz and Zohar Elkayam

Published: 16.06.2015 - This document is restricted to members

OUG Scotland 2015 10th June 2015

PPTXThe Return of Sharing our Oracle E-Business Suite - Patrick Haston

Published: 16.06.2015 - This document is restricted to members

OUG Scotland 2015 10th June 2015

PDFWho Changed My Plan - Prasanth Kothuri

Published: 16.06.2015 - This document is restricted to members

OUG Scotland 2015 10th June 2015

PPTUKOUG & Oracle Relationship Map

Published: 08.06.2015

Details of the relationship between UKOUG and Oracle around UKOUG's product offerings.

PDFFeeling Dumped? Get Ready to Replace Discoverer & Never Look Back - Naill McLean, insightsoftware.com

Published: 02.06.2015 - This document is restricted to members

OUG Scotland 2015 - 10th June 2015

DOCIntroduction to Special Interest Groups & the Oracle SIG Liaison

Published: 28.05.2015 - This document is restricted to members

Many different communities within the UK and Ireland User Groups have formed a Special Interest Group (SIG) for their community.

Each SIG has a committee consisting of elected volunteers from that community. Committee members are from either Customer or Partner organisations – their organisation must be a current member of the UK / Ireland User Group. The committee includes a Chair (and usually a Vice-Chair).

The User Group office, i.e. permanently employed staff, will allocate one of their Project Officers to each SIG committee.

The other key member of the committee is the Oracle Liaison i.e. an Oracle UK or Oracle Ireland employee appointed to work with the SIG. For some SIGs, there are two Oracle SIG Liaisons e.g. for a newly formed SIG or one with a diverse remit.

Appointment of a new Oracle SIG Liaison will be led by the Oracle Liaison Manager who will involve relevant Oracle Lines of Business in the decision.

DOCIntroduction to User Group Conferences & the Oracle User Group Conference Liaison

Published: 28.05.2015 - This document is restricted to members

The UK and Ireland Oracle User Groups hold a number of conferences annually.

As part of the support that Oracle UK and Oracle Ireland give to the User Groups for each conference, an Oracle Conference liaison is appointed. Depending on the size of the conference, there may be two joint Laisions.

The appointment of the Oracle Conference Liaison(s) will be led by the Oracle User Group Liaison Manager who will involve the relevant Oracle Lines of Business in the decision.

A Conference Liaison is likely to be one of the Oracle SIG Liaisons whose SIG community takes part in that conference. Oracle Marketing teams are also an important source of Conference Liaison.

The Conference Liaision will co-ordinate Oracle’s input to the Conference and maximise the value of the Conference - to attendees, Oracle and the User Group.

Each Conference Laision will have regular communication with the Oracle User Group Liaison Manager.

(There is also an Oracle SIG Liaison role overview – please see separate document.)

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