- October 19, 2009
Before committing to run SAP virtual servers, IT managers should conduct a full system hardware and software assessment up-front to determine how much of their SAP infrastructure they can virtualize.
- October 15, 2009
SAP and Novell's joint GRC technology offering solves some major governance, risk and compliance automation challenges, spokespeople said at SAP TechEd 2009.
- October 14, 2009
SAP TechEd '09's "Demo Jam" was met with an enthusiastic response from conference attendees. Get full coverage, photos and attendee feedback from SAP TechEd's Demo Jam.
- October 13, 2009
Even though the pace of change for software is accelerating, Vishal Sikka, CTO of SAP, expects many of the SAP software applications running today to still be running in the year 2020 -- if the software is developed properly.
- October 13, 2009
Managing change is getting harder, say SAP TechEd 09 keynoters, with social media applications and mobile technologies taking the world by storm. When technology is on an exponential growth path, it takes a futurist to figure out where we'll be in a...
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- October 12, 2009
Rimini Street's third-party maintenance and support extends its offering to several SAP products. One customer is enjoying the savings.
- October 06, 2009
The global recession has hammered IT budgets, but there are some projects SAP shops should undertake to help them emerge prepared, including BI and SaaS integration.
- October 05, 2009
Sage Group Consulting helped Tarrant County, Texas, upgrade from SAP R/3 4.7 to ECC 6.0 with advance planning and simulations before go-live.
- October 01, 2009
Following up on an investment in the professional networking community by its venture capital arm, SAP is forming closer ties between its community sites and LinkedIn.
- September 30, 2009
SAP customers have some hard choices when it comes to data warehousing. Whether to go with SAP BW or an outside option depends largely on the SAP footprint and existing skills.
- September 23, 2009
In this podcast, SAP Mentor and analyst Jon Reed tells you how to convince your boss to let you attend SAP's TechEd, and once you're there, which sessions you can't afford to miss.
- September 23, 2009
Hardware issues affect SAP software performance in SAP infrastructures. Does the SAP hardware team resolve these issues or the SAP software team? Or is there one SAP-centric IT staff? If the server and hardware managers aren't part of the overall ...
- September 21, 2009
What role does hardware play in an SAP infrastructure? SAP software application performance depends on a well-managed, quality hardware infrastructure. Servers, processing speed, storage and memory are the linchpins of the SAP enterprise hardware ...
- September 16, 2009
This special report on SAP TechEd 2009 compiles information from SAP's annual event for hands-on SAP training and SAP technical information. Get ready for SAP TechEd 2009 Phoenix by checking out SearchSAP.com's in-depth resources on each conference ...
- September 11, 2009
The plunging cost of memory and the power of multi-core servers is making it orders of magnitude less expensive – and much quicker -- to mine in-memory, column-based databases for data analysis. But can they be used to run back office ...