In our research recap covering 10 things to know about the cloud, we touched on a couple of insights related to security. While security may not be a topic with the buzz of cloud, artificial intelligence, or modern ERP, it will always relevant because it relates to all technologies. Even the most advanced innovations can have vulnerabilities or weaknesses. It’s the responsibility of every organization to stay ahead of these to protect their most valuable assets, whether it’s their data, customer information, or intellectual property.
Is your organization equipped to handle challenges when planning, controlling, and executing product flow, while meeting the rising expectations of your customers? If you’re a supply chain or procurement manager charged with meeting those demands, you should attend the 2018 ASUG Experience for Supply Chain and Procurement, on Oct. 29–31 in Chicago.
Cathy Kenlin, manager of business applications at Zausner, as well as an ASUG volunteer for 20 years, recently had a conversation with ASUG News about why you should attend and what you can expect.
How are you managing your organization’s data? It’s a simple question, but likely you'll have a complex series of answers.
ASUG sat down with Jodi Maciejewski, a data management leader and Bob Berntsen, principal and enterprise solutions manager at Winshuttle, to discuss the upcoming ASUG Experience for Enterprise Information Management (EIM) conference on Oct. 23–25 in Chicago.
ASUG is hosting great events this fall for the enterprise information management community and for those in supply chain management and procurement. The ASUG Experience for Enterprise Information Management (EIM) is coming to Chicago October 23–25 and the ASUG Experience for Supply Chain and Procurement is scheduled for October 29–31.
The ASUG Experience for HR & Payroll is coming to Toronto October 9-11. As the communications chair for ASUG Ontario, I look forward to welcoming you to the fastest-growing tech-employment city in North America when you join us in Toronto this fall.
If the technology community had anything to say about it, “cloud” might be the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year. Those of us who work in the SAP world generally hear this word at least once a day, along with one of its relatives such as “digital transformation,” or the latest phrase brought into our vocabulary by SAP, “intelligent enterprise.” Cloud technology is about as hot as it gets right now.
At ASUG, we like to hear from our community about relevant topics, trends, and shifts in the marketplace. If you’ve participated in some of the surveys we’ve conducted on topics like this one, we’d like to thank you.
With more than 80 ASUG sessions and hundreds more hosted by SAP, it can be a little intimidating for a first-timer at SAP TechEd Las Vegas (October 2-5). What should you do? What should you absolutely not miss?
ASUG member and volunteer, Tammy Powlas, has some tips to help you get the most from this event.
The more companies become digital and global, the more finance organizations need to step up their game. It’s just not enough to report numbers, pay the bills, and secure steady cash flow. They must also deliver self-explaining, reliable financial information that provides the full story of how the business is performing in real time. But all too often, many financial teams struggle with isolated business systems full of inconsistent—and sometimes conflicting—information.
When I say, “early adopters of artificial intelligence (AI),” what do you see? Big shiny robots on a manufacturer’s assembly line? Smart grids diverting energy resources automatically to prevent blackouts? Autonomous cars “driving” down the highway?