- October 12, 2012
SAP's annual technical conference is set to begin on Monday, with attendees heading to Las Vegas for answers on everything from the NetWeaver Cloud, to how the company is engaging developers.
- October 10, 2012
A new SAP User Group survey finds widespread frustration over SAP licensing and pricing. SAP says they're listening, but what will they actually do?
- October 08, 2012
For months now, SAP has been saying that mobile devices are the starting point for application development. But what does that mean for customers?
- September 10, 2012
SAP has unveiled its new Enterprise Performance Management OnDemand line, which runs on the SAP HANA in-memory database platform.
- September 04, 2012
If Rimini Street prevails in its legal battle with Oracle, the result will be more options for companies wanting to cut their SAP support costs.
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- August 29, 2012
Want to learn how to get your SAP mobile device management program up and running? Here are nine articles that are sure to help.
- August 15, 2012
Quicker deployment and fixed cost are among the many advantages of SAP Rapid Deployment Solutions, according to experts. But some say the news isn't all good.
- August 13, 2012
Companies are allowing employees to work anywhere using mobile devices, but industry watchers say MDM is just one part of a strong overall mobile strategy.
- August 10, 2012
A new Gartner report lays out the top places to go online for information on SAP support, products and services.
- August 07, 2012
The SAP supply chain management roadmap has long been a source of confusion for users. Now SAP has begun to clarify its SCM roadmap for customers.
- July 31, 2012
Take a look behind the walls of three very different companies that have reached various levels of maturity with SAP mobile applications.
- July 30, 2012
SAP has two new programs aimed at spurring mobile application development on the Sybase Unwired Platform (SUP), including free licenses and an initiative that helps them make money off of their apps.
- July 26, 2012
The CIO of the National Basketball Association explains why the league is now running the statistics portion of its website on HANA, SAP's in-memory platform.
- July 09, 2012
Companies with SAP mobile deployments should look beyond mere mobile device management to enterprise mobility management (EMM) platforms that integrate a range of functions.
- July 03, 2012
SAP's more frequent, smaller upgrades are pressuring companies to change how they view training, according to experts. One company is choosing to go a different route.