Over the last year we’ve published a number of great articles on our blog. We realize that you may not have been a reader the entire time so we’d like to share our top 5 articles from 2014.

5. Where does Oracle APEX fit into your business?

The best technologies help businesses grow. But sometimes great technology doesn’t age well, and years later what was once a great solution feels more like a burden. In this article we explore Oracle APEX and what it can do for your business.

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4. Struggling to make sense of Oracle licensing?

Software licenses can be a pain to manage. When you’re working on a new project, it’s often hard to determine which licenses you actually need. And as product names and licensing programs change over time, many companies struggle to keep up with what needs to be renewed and what can be left behind. This article takes a look at how to get help with Oracle licensing.

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3. Three benefits of working with an Oracle Gold Partner

Feel like you don’t have time to build a relationship with your local resale partner? You’re not alone – you and many others prefer to avoid the work and go straight to an Oracle vendor looking for a sure and safe bet. While that isn’t a bad choice, this article dives in the benefits of working with an Oracle Gold Partner like LSG.

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2. How infrastructure as a service can help your business

It takes a lot of time and money to build a great technology infrastructure. That’s one of the reasons many businesses struggle with infrastructure issues. This article takes a look at what IaaS is and how it can help your business.

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1. How we helped TBS Factoring leave Microsoft Access behind

This article tells the story of how a customer of ours outgrew their outdated access database solution and how we helped them overcome the challenges of moving to a new solution.

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This is just a sampling of the articles we had last year – feel free to browse through the rest of our blog for anything of interest and always feel free to contact us at (405) 285-2500 if you have any questions.

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