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Edu Fernandes

Eduardo Fernandes received his PhD in Physics from the European Space Agency (ESA) / Complutense University of Madrid (1995). Currently the Head of Product Technology at Meta4, he is responsible for defining the strategic lines of the technology-based Meta4 products like the PeopleNet and KnowNet solutions. His main role is to analyze the market in search of new technology trends, studying these to see how to integrate these with the global product. Prior to Meta4 he was Head of the Software Department at the Scientific Operations Center for Minisat-01 (ESA), the first Spanish satellite. While undertaking his PhD studies, Dr. Fernandes was also responsible for building both the software and hardware for automating Brazil’s largest telescope (1992). Eduardo is a certified professional researcher through the Spanish Accreditation Agency for Technology Research, Development and Innovation (AIDIT).

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March 17, 2014
When thinking about migrating their HR system to the cloud, sometimes professionals have misgivings about this model. In most cases these are founded on myths and fears that don’t match the reality.
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October 31, 2013
Do you want to save time and money in your company? Seriously consider systems using multitenancy technology.
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May 30, 2013
In previous articles, we walked through the key features of a multitenant system: security, sharing data and processes, object orientation and flexibility. If we look closely, they are very similar to
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April 5, 2013
We isolate collisions between different client instances, manage evolution trough object inheritance, configure and maintain from a multitenant platform
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March 5, 2013
A multitenant system is a combination, of three basic (core) features that separately are not very differential but jointly are very powerful:
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February 27, 2013
Everyone who is in the process of building an HR SaaS environment should think hardly how multitenancy will be implemented.