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SAP, Microsoft and Adobe announced the Open Data Initiative, which aims to empower their customers in their data management. [shutterstock: 612723869, Cherries]

SAP, Microsoft and Adobe announced the Open Data Initiative, which aims to empower their customers in their data management. [shutterstock: 612723869, Cherries]

Adobe, Microsoft and SAP announce the Open Data Initiative

On Monday this week, the CEOs of Adobe, Microsoft and SAP introduced the Open Data Initiative at the Microsoft Ignite conference. Together, the three partners are aiming to reimagine customer experience management (CXM) by empowering companies to derive more value from their data and deliver good customer experiences in real-time.

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A proper GRC implementation manages to achieve the goals of the projects while gaining acceptance of the users. [shutterstock: 1017098419, EtiAmmos]

A proper GRC implementation manages to achieve the goals of the projects while gaining acceptance of the users. [shutterstock: 1017098419, EtiAmmos]

Owning SAP GRC Is Not Enough – It Needs To Be Actioned

Many companies have made the news lately: their systems have been corrupted, their data has been leaked, their money has been stolen. And for the many prominent cases in recent years there are probably many more which are not made public - or have not even been detected.

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Demand-Driven is the key concept for contemporary SCM that is able to deal with the complexities of the modern business world. [shutterstock: 212888158, woaiss]

Demand-Driven is the key concept for contemporary SCM that is able to deal with the complexities of the modern business world. [shutterstock: 212888158, woaiss]

Special: JIT, Agile & Demand-Driven

SAP partner Camelot is committed to the high disciplines of flexibility, transparency and customer orientation. Demand-Driven is the logical and contemporary approach to supply chain management (SCM). As a pioneer for Demand-Driven SCM, Camelot has decisively advanced the concept as well as SAP-based solutions. How? Peter M. Färbinger, E-3 Magazine, spoke to Christian Kroschl, Frank Arnold and Patrick Wolf from Camelot ITLab.

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In comparison to traditional outsourcing, cloud offerings like Azure offer a great deal of advantages in costs and flexibility. [shutterstock: 611605280, Blackboard]

In comparison to traditional outsourcing, cloud offerings like Azure offer a great deal of advantages in costs and flexibility. [shutterstock: 611605280, Blackboard]

SCP and Azure: Cobol meets SaaS

At Sapphire Now 2018, SAP announced the availability of the SAP Cloud Platform for the major cloud infrastructure providers. In this E-3 exclusive interview, Hinrich Mielke, Director SAP at Alegri, shows which new possibilities open up for SAP Customers when going for Microsoft Azure.

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Digitization challenges silo structures that have developed in companies over the past decades. Today, departments need to act in concert, not independently. [shutterstock: 784081678, bookzv]

Digitization challenges silo structures that have developed in companies over the past decades. Today, departments need to act in concert, not independently. [shutterstock: 784081678, bookzv]

Blow Up Your Silos: DevOps Makes Working Together More Efficient

Everyone's talking about DevOps, yet many companies still have their difficulties with agile development. Especially when it comes to their SAP systems. There's a reason and you can fix it.

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The new SAP licensing model leaves room for interpretation. More audits may be incoming for SAP customers. [shutterstock:788799925, Robert Kneschke]

The new SAP licensing model leaves room for interpretation. More audits may be incoming for SAP customers. [shutterstock:788799925, Robert Kneschke]

SAP Licensing: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?

Since the 10th of April of this year, everyone has been talking about the provisional licensing model agreed upon by SAP, ASUG and DSAG. There already is a rudimentary concept, a price list. What is still missing, however, is a technical evaluation.

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