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Lots of great content surrounding GRC 10.0 at the GRC 2011 Conference

by Allison Martin

June 9, 2011

It’s the last day of GRC 2011 conference in Amsterdam, and after 3 days of educational sessions, keynote addresses, panels, and sessions in the SAP solution labs, it seems that the topic on the front of everyone’s mind is the new release of SAP BusinessObjects 10.0. With an entire educational track dedicated to the release, Jim Dunham’s keynote, and live demonstrations from expert speakers, if GRC 10.0 is something you’re interested in, there is definitely not a shortage of resources to get any and all of your questions answered.

Yesterday, I sat in on a panel discussion with current SAP BusinessObjects 10.0 Ramp Up customers who gave real world and practical insight into their 10.0 projects, which proved to be extremely valuable for customers who are looking into taking on a migration or upgrade project. It was nice to hear directly from customers on their firsthand experiences with the upgrade project, for example, how they built a business case, what factors led to the decision to choose 10.0, and what obstacles they overcame along the way.

Frank Rambo from SAP is delivering a session today which talks about all the different architectural changes that SAP BusinessObjects GRC solutions have undertaken. If you’re job resides on the more technical aspect of GRC or if you’re just interested in what type of infrastructure changes are in store with this release, this session is definitely one you’ll want to ch eck out.  Frank delves down into all the GRC solutions including Access Control, Process Control, Risk Management, Global Trade, and Electronic Invoicing and describes in detail what changes have been made from a landscape perspective to better harmonize and integrate your GRC landscape. Frank also gives great advice on how to migrate your access control data, as it’s now not as easy as it once was due to the platform change to ABAP as all SAP BusinessObjects GRC 10.0 applications run on SAP NW Application Server ABAP.

For more great advice on SAP BusinessObjects 10.0, make sure to check out Kurt Hollis of Deloitte’s Live Q&A Forum on InsiderLearningNetwork.com on June 16. Register Today.

For all those attendees who are at the event, I hope you found the experience to be worthwhile, and we look forward to seeing you next year!

-Allison

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