by Swapan Saha, Greg Chase, and Sapan Panigrahi, SAP
SAP HANA One provides an instant deployment option that facilitates smaller SAP HANA projects and applications that are not easily accommodated by on-premise system procurement cycles. This cloud instance also means that users can turn SAP HANA on and off easily, allowing them to take advantage of it in their projects and to shut it off to save money when they no longer need it. In this piece, you'll learn more about SAP HANA One and its use cases.
by David Hannon, insiderRESEARCH, with additional analysis by Ethan Jewett, independent analyst
by Terry Orsborn, SAP
IT landscapes are becoming more complex and varied across industries. But, even with all of this change, a relational database management systems (RDBMS) remains at the core of an enterprise’s information management portfolio. This article looks at the five factors — reliability, adaptability, scalability, predictability, and manageability — that are imperative to seek out when choosing the right RDBMS for your organization.
by Klaus Weber, SAP, and Joseph (Jay) Bellissimo, IBM
As business become more complex with new innovations and changing demands, companies want to work with best-in-class providers but with one single point of contact to add some much-needed simplicity. Recognizing this need, SAP Custom Development and IBM launched an initiative that combines the strengths of both organizations to deliver a single, end-to-end, individualized solution to the customer through one point of accountability. Read this article to learn more about SAP and IBM’s end-to-end custom solutions.
by Oliver Betz and Matthias Stenzl, SAP
Delivering a great user experience is a key to increasing employee productivity, allowing users to complete tasks with fewer clicks, and decreasing time spent on data entry and data gathering. For SAP customers looking to create a unique, tailored experience for their business users, SAP has two key offerings: SAP Screen Personas (software that allows customers who use the classical SAP to personalize and simplify their experience without writing any code) and UX Services (a custom development service that can help build a new, competitively differentiating user experience on top of a company’s existing SAP and non-SAP business applications). In this article, you’ll explore both offerings and learn more about use cases for each.
by Aviad Rivlin, SAP
For companies wondering where to start their mobile initiatives, the first consideration should be existing landscapes and infrastructures. For instance, if you already run an SAP portal, you can use SAP NetWeaver Portal, mobile edition to build a mobile infrastructure. When used on a mobile device, this mobile portal edition acts as a web and role-based aggregation layer for structured and unstructured content, web and native mobile applications, and SAP and non-SAP applications. In this article, you’ll learn more about SAP NetWeaver Portal, mobile edition and how it can help you enter the mobile world.