Wednesday, January 26, 2005
The ITIL (IT Infrastructure Library) framework
The other day I had someone phone me up and ask me about ITIL. Sadly, I wasn’t able to tell them very much. I soon discovered that ITIL seems to be quite a buzz word in the IT industry right now. This post contains details of an upcoming Webinar on ITIL which I will be attending and which others might be interested in knowing about.
The ITIL (IT Infrastructure Library) framework is quickly becoming the most recognized service management approach by businesses looking to shore up their IT operations. As IT continually strives for improved effectiveness, measured accountability, and automated processes for ensuring best practices and policy compliance — the need for continuous IT controls is finally resonating throughout the organization.
For those interested here is a free upcoming webinar on ITIL (IT Infrastructure Library): -
“Getting the Right Data for ITIL Success”
Date - Tues., February 15th, 2005
Time - 10 AM PST (1 PM EST)
Presenter - Dr. Sheldon Borkin,
CISSP & Cendura VP, Strategic Accounts
» To register, go to:
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Thursday, June 10, 2004
Oracle Applications Web Casts and e-learning
On June the 22nd, as part of the OAUG’s e-learning programme, I will be giving a web cast entitled “It’s month end now comes the reconciliation crunch”. The presentation contains a case study of how to reconcile your financials modules in Oracle E-Business Suite.
The session will take place from 12pm - 2pm EST. The cost and registration details are outlined at the following link: -
You can download the most recent version of this presentation and the associated workings on my personal site.
Oracle Reconciliation Presentation Abstract
Here month end close and reconciliation processes will be taught for AP, AR, CM, GL and FA. Incorporated into the training will be an explanation of how these modules integrate as well as the impact of various set up options on the reconciliation process. Lastly, pertinent reports will be examined.