The shortest and most efficient way to a new software generation like S/4Hana is via shutdown legacy systems.[shutterstock: 481744414, hafakot]
Today’s corporate system landscape is getting increasingly complicated. Automated identity management can help. [shutterstock: 1089609857, LeoWolfert]
Today’s corporate system landscape is getting increasingly complicated, integrated and distributed. This makes it more important than ever for organisations to find a balance; they need to specify who can gain entry to their systems while ensuring that legitimate users can access the right things as and when required. Equally important is revoking access when it is no longer required.
GDPR has been in place for roughly 100 days. Still, many companies struggle to meet its requirements. [shutterstock: 178347398, Zerbor]
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been enforceable for roughly 100 days. However, data leakage and corporate security news remain top of mind as stringent data protection continues to be challenge.
A unfified strategy for data management helps GE protect their intellectual property. However, GE also manages to significantly reduce IT operating costs. [shutterstock: 304896716, VTT Studio]
S/4 Hana projects need to take into account different security considerations than with previous SAP products. [shutterstock: 287395955, deepadesigns]
S/4 Hana places an emphasis on simplicity. The data model has been made easier, the technical architecture is more straight-forward and business processes have been consolidated to support this reduced complexity. Whilst this simplification promotes increased performance and greater business value, it also dictates that migrating your existing SAP estate to S/4 Hana is not just an upgrade.
WIth GDPR finally here. companies still face numerous challenges but can also profit from taking up opportunities created by the new regulation. [shutterstock: 44960825, Zolnierek]
The deadline has finally run out: The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has come into force on May 25th and replaces the EU Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC and all data protection legislation in EU member states. However, it will affect every organisation that uses or handles personal data of EU citizens.