The PeopleSoft Enterprise Support organization tries out various channels for getting helpful information to you in a proactive manner, and the PeopleSoft Enterprise Support Blog has been one of the ways that we tried to do this.  At times we know that it has been modestly successful just from the number of customers who view the various articles that we have posted here. As newer channels become available and older ones more prominent, we feel that now is a good time to retire this blog in favor of some of our more established and widely used channels of communication.


We will not be posting new articles to this blog, but we do invite you to use these other spaces available in My Oracle Support.


The PeopleSoft Information Portal  is our one stop shop for important information from our Development and Strategy teams and you can also find valuable information from Sales and Marketing, Quest International User Group and items that may be pushed out from your Support team.  At the bottom of the portal you’ll find links to other sites of interest as well as blogs and forums regarding PeopleSoft applications, communities and principals.


Of course, we also invite you to be a part of our vibrant and growing My Oracle Support Communities. These communities are established for various product areas and families throughout the PeopleSoft Enterprise suite. You can post your own questions and add to the conversation with your peers and your PeopleSoft Enterprise Support team, earn points, grow your reputation and keep your own personal and professional network thriving.


We’ve enjoyed sharing with you over the last several years and hope that this blog has helped make your job easier and more successful.  We’re all still very much a part of the MOSC environment and if you participate in our communities you’ll see us there as well. 


Thank you for being a part of this blog and we continue to look forward to working with you in the future.


          ---  Dan