We all know the problem with JDE security, it is complex, and trying to implement a GRC strategy can be challenging. But JDE is also very flexible and extremely good at stopping fraud while ensuring the users are safe and happy. The key issue is balancing efficiency with the need to control SoD and proper risk management.
The problems most people suffer from are how to rapidly achieve “best practice”, how to make maintenance an easy task, and how to satisfy the auditor waiting around the corner.
Syntax is thrilled to support the OATUG and participate at the OATUG FORUM LIVE. This year’s event will be loaded with the latest Oracle E-Business Suite developments, deep dives on Oracle applications and technologies, and opportunities to network with Oracle executives, exhibitors, sponsors, and other attendees.
Be sure to attend the education sessions, including “AWS Analytics for Oracle E-Business Suite and More!”, presented by Syntax’s Craig Kelly at 9AM on December 9th. Other education and thought leadership sessions led by Oracle E-Business Suite and technology experts are available in these tracks: E-Business Suite, Cloud Applications and Applications Technology.
Don’t forget to connect with Syntax in the virtual exhibition hall. You can download the latest E-Business Suite content and engage with Syntax experts.
Gain strategic insights and how-to education for Oracle users of all levels. QXW offers 4 jam-packed days of practical Oracle product learning for users of JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, Oracle Cloud apps, and Oracle Database solutions. There’s something for everyone: strategic insights, practical product how-to sessions, customer case studies, and best practices.
Join Syntax on QXW Cloud Day, Wednesday December 9th for an exciting customer use case: “De-Risk Your Go Live and Increase Efficiency and Scalability on AWS | A Use Case with Fenner Precision Polymers”, presented by Todd Chromzak, Syntax, and Jim Koelsch, Fenner Precision Polymers.
Quest Experience Week is open to all Oracle users, free of charge.
Join Syntax virtually at this year’s global SAP TechEd from December 8-10, 2020. You’ll be able to join SAP TechEd for free from the convenience of your own personal workspace for the 48-hour virtual tech event. This year’s virtual event includes a non-stop, 48-hour continuous broadcast channel experience.
Syntax will have a dedicated Partner Spotlight page on SAP TechEd website via the Partner Showcase page. Syntax’s “virtual booth” will include Syntax’s SAP content on the topics of SAP in the cloud, SAP on AWS, and SAP Managed Cloud. You’ll also able to watch our SAP on AWS video.
Oracle recently certified Oracle Database 19c for use with E-Business Suite 12.1 and 12.2. There are several mandatory architecture updates when you upgrade your Oracle EBS database to Oracle Database 19c.
This roundtable will feature several Syntax customers that have successfully made the change. Our Syntax experts will uncover the problem areas you need to know before you get started and review best practices for a smooth and successful upgrade.
In my JD Edwards beginning, I was the Sales and Inventory Accounting Manager at a JDE customer and ensuring data integrity and processing for Distribution was a big part of my job.
I found I had to create my own “hit list” of things to check to ensure orders, invoices, and shipments all processed successfully, and to identify anything that needed additional attention.
In this Best Practices session, I’ll run through my favorite queries and checks that I used to ensure orders kept moving – and to avoid accounting headaches down the road!
Understand how to use the latest Compare Tools in JD Edwards 9.2.4 to quickly and efficiently retrofit customizations. You will receive a thorough demonstration featuring BSVW, Tables, and RDA. Learn how to use these tools to improve the performance of applications, reports, and data access within your JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system.
You can be compliant but not secure. Checking all the required boxes on an auditor’s compliance matrix doesn’t ensure you company is secure. There must be a balance between compliance and security. Compliance-focused requirements are static, while today’s security models are usually dynamic. The speed at which technology and cybercrime changes make it very difficult for current regulations to drive best practices in security.
This is where Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems such as traditional SIEM through Splunk or a cloud-based SIEM through Microsoft Azure Sentinel can help you protect your most sensitive data. For example, a SIEM can help you protect your enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems such as SAP, Oracle B-Business Suite, and JD Edwards and establish “proof” you are doing so for compliance requirements.