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Leonardo da Vinci had an exceptional way of thinking. SAP is now trying to replicate it with SAP Leonardo. [shutterstock: 17497543, Janaka Dharmasena]

Leonardo da Vinci had an exceptional way of thinking. SAP is now trying to replicate it with SAP Leonardo. [shutterstock: 17497543, Janaka Dharmasena]

SAP Leonardo: The Future Polymath

SAP accurately chose Industry 4.0 as the next topic it will focus on. Critics claimed that this choice was not too hard, as former SAP CEO Professor Henning Kagermann is considered to have created this term.

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It is time to embrace the cloud to make document processing and workflow management more efficient. [shutterstock: 692075623, Peshkova]

It is time to embrace the cloud to make document processing and workflow management more efficient. [shutterstock: 692075623, Peshkova]

The Cloud As The Future Of Document Processes

Business processes like document management and workflows have been performed manually for decades. However, digitalisation has changed everything. With automated electronic workflows increasingly replacing paper-based systems, the next step will be to move these digital workflows into the cloud.

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SAP might be in need of extinguishing equipment if it continues the Indirect Access policy. [shutterstock: 625200857, SimoneN]

SAP might be in need of extinguishing equipment if it continues the Indirect Access policy. [shutterstock: 625200857, SimoneN]

Extinguishing The Flame: SAP Data Hub

There's something masochistic about great consultants: they optimize and automate until they are no longer needed. The SAP Data Hub could have a similarly unpleasant effect on the rest of SAP's offer.

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Technology is not the limiting factor when it comes to putting advances in the field of AI into practice. [shutterstock: 678583375, Peshkova]

Technology is not the limiting factor when it comes to putting advances in the field of AI into practice. [shutterstock: 678583375, Peshkova]

AI Colleagues Will Have To Wait

In classical production, robots and AI have been part of everyday life for many years. It is only a matter of time before robotics will also be able to settle in the world of white collars, which will have to welcome an electronic colleague next to them. AI-based technical solutions hold even greater potential than previously know.

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A brand new concept is to shape the future of CeBIT. [shutterstock: 241807276, shutteratakan]

A brand new concept is to shape the future of CeBIT. [shutterstock: 241807276, shutteratakan]

CeBIT Reinvents Itself For Generation Y in 2018

More technology, more innovations, more emotional appeal – all in a new June timeslot. This sums up how CeBIT is reinventing itself for Generation Y, starting in 2018. "We are redefining CeBIT, with our sights set on establishing it as Europe's No. 1 platform and festival for digital technology, innovation and business development for the digital economy," announced Deutsche Messe's Managing Board member Oliver Frese on Wednesday in Hannover.

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A survey of trends by Bitkom, the digital association, ranks IT security highest among all topics: where is my data? [shutterstock: 586132070, Ievgenii Meyer]

A survey of trends by Bitkom, the digital association, ranks IT security highest among all topics: where is my data? [shutterstock: 586132070, Ievgenii Meyer]

HCP – Globally Insecure

Just how certain can an established SAP customer be that IoT data on the Hana Cloud Platform is stored securely and remains where it belongs? Of course, SAP has no global, outage-proof data network with hundreds of datacenters linked up to it. Who is the provider of infrastructure-as-a-service?

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