The shortest and most efficient way to a new software generation like S/4Hana is via shutdown legacy systems.[shutterstock: 481744414, hafakot]
Digitizing personnel files with the help of AI can speed up work processes in HR.[shutterstock: 796709485, LeoWolfert]
Although a digital personnel file speeds up work processes, increases security while handling sensitive data and avoids lack of transparency, human resources management is often still working paper-based. Possibilities like OCR (Optical Character Recognition) with AI and sending payrolls digitally further optimize personnel work.
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.
Experts recommend that European SAP customers evaluate their cloud strategy based on recent regulations in the EU and US. [shutterstock: 387639436, Sabphoto]
The recently adopted US Cloud (Claryfiny Lawful Overseas Use of Data) Act and GDPR regulation are putting a dent in - maybe even causing serious damage to - cloud computing. Could an end be in sight for freedom of choice for SAP customers? A risk analysis for the Chief Information Security Officer.
The US Cloud Act and the EU GDPR have the potential to become a dangerous mix for European SAP customers. [shutterstock: 550792084, katueng]
Initially, getting out of AWS, MS Azure and Google Cloud Platform was just one of many options for existing SAP customers. However, the US Cloud Act in combination with GDPR is an attack on the freedom of choice of European SAP users.
With the multitude of options available, finding the right way to GDPR compliance can be tricky. [shutterstock: 335819621, Ilya Images]
As many companies around the globe are struggling with how to meet the new GDPR requirement, we are all receiving a flurry of opt-in emails asking for permission (consent) to continue to process Personal Data.