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Many people, especially in the US, see anonymous publications as gutless journalism. However, there can be benefits to anonymity. [shutterstock: 607238195, StunningArt]

Many people, especially in the US, see anonymous publications as gutless journalism. However, there can be benefits to anonymity. [shutterstock: 607238195, StunningArt]

Anonymous Publications: Gutless Journalism?

Recently, an anonymous op-ed about Donald Trump was published in the New York Times. A debate about its content arose, and with it came a discussion about the right and the point of anonymous publications. As author of the N.N. column, I feel personally addressed.

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SAP is becoming the king of adding pieces to the ERP puzzle. However, there's still the question of integrating those pieces. [shutterstock: 1053951209, Wright Studio]

SAP is becoming the king of adding pieces to the ERP puzzle. However, there's still the question of integrating those pieces. [shutterstock: 1053951209, Wright Studio]

Robotic Process Automation

The robots are coming - at least in the form of semi-autonomous programs that further automate ERP business processes. A possible result: SAP's ERP suites lose their novelty and attractiveness.

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With S/4 AnyDB on the deathbed, where can the SAP community turn to for help? [shutterstock: 232844677, lassedesignen]

With S/4 AnyDB on the deathbed, where can the SAP community turn to for help? [shutterstock: 232844677, lassedesignen]

S/4 AnyDB: Can Oracle save us?

If you believe the message from the DSAG Technology Days, S/4 AnyDB is dead. At least that is what is in my staff's report. But who is saving the community now? Perhaps an implementation of the NetWeaver stack in the Oracle cloud?

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