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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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Data Migration Services is expanding their partner program to meet the increasing demand for system decommissioning. [shutterstock: 1164239857, metamorworks]

Data Migration Services is expanding their partner program to meet the increasing demand for system decommissioning. [shutterstock: 1164239857, metamorworks]

System Decommissioning: Data Migration Services Expands Partner Program

Current topics on the CIO agenda such as migration to S/4 Hana and the stringent European data protection allow the demand for solutions to decommission legacy applications to grow rapidly and sustainably.

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Reducing complexity is solving the Gordian knot of the digital era. The problem is still overwhelming for many companies. [hutterstock: 50093458, Mny-Jhee]

Reducing complexity is solving the Gordian knot of the digital era. The problem is still overwhelming for many companies. [hutterstock: 50093458, Mny-Jhee]

Legacy Systems: Shutdowns are Part of the Strategy

Heterogeneous system landscapes lead to greater complexity and less transparency. Standardization and centralization are the strategic answer. In case of the Deutsche Telekom, that also includes the shutdown of legacy systems.

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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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Tech Giants create new industry standard to protect business drives from failure. [shutterstock: 162675194, Sergey Nivens]

Tech Giants create new industry standard to protect business drives from failure. [shutterstock: 162675194, Sergey Nivens]

Tech Giants Collaborate On Zero Outage To Define New Industry Standard

Founding Members Brocade, Cisco, Dell EMC, Hitachi Data Systems (HDS), Juniper, NetApp, SAP, Suse and T-Systems join forces to develop a common framework aimed at improving quality and reliability.

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