Fever pitch is a term that describes a state of extreme excitement or agitation. It’s an apt assessment of what many SAP customers are feeling as a result of the hyperscalers vying for their SAP applications and workloads.
Many companies are embarking on large-scale digital transformation journeys to become intelligent enterprises in the cloud. There is plenty to consider when preparing for the transformational change and, more specifically, the cloud component. One key consideration is determining how to leverage the public cloud to drive meaningful business outcomes with minimal risk.
Many businesses are moving and operating some, even a majority, of their corporate infrastructure in the cloud. According to the analysts at Gartner, “by 2020, a corporate ‘no-cloud’ policy will be as rare as a ‘no-internet’ policy is today.”
Substantial benefits of cloud migration include reduced IT costs, improved service quality, and enhanced system performance. So, it makes sense that corporate encouragement for SAP cloud migration will only continue to grow.
Frequently, companies may not initially realize many cloud computing benefits when..
Deep down inside, there’s a superhero in all of us waiting to pull out a cape and save the world from annihilation, destruction, and social injustice. The higher the stakes, the stronger the desire to triumph over evil and embrace that all-important “hell yeah” moment.
The escalating threat to business IT architectures is undoubtedly ripe for such a hero. Just one attack, one low-performing application, or one missed update can send shock waves that can destroy brand reputation, consumer trust, employee engagement, and any ounce of future..
Now that the Biz.ONE Conference has wrapped up, it is time to continue the discussion we started in Anaheim. (Side note: Kudos to our colleagues at Eventful Conferences for taking this event to the next level!)
The timing is also quite fortunate, as ASUG kicks off a webcast series on Cloud and Cloud Culture. Not all of these sessions may be directly applicable to SAP Business One; but the three higher-level sessions should be helpful for understanding the complexities of these topics. (If you cannot attend the live sessions, they will be ..