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October 19, 2011  8:46 PM

Lingering questions about SAP’s cloud portfolio

Posted by: Todd Morrison
on-demand applications, SAP, SAP cloud computing, SAP SaaS

A new survey by the U.K. and Ireland SAP User Group reinforces the notion that a lot of companies like the idea of cloud computing.  They're just not sure how it fits into their landscape. In the survey of 100 SAP customers, 80% said their landscape would eventually include a mixture of...

August 19, 2011  8:08 PM

How secure is data in the cloud?

Posted by: Todd Morrison
cloud, private cloud, SaaS, SAP Business ByDesign, SAP cloud computing, SAP public sector

Like many businesses, the U.S. government sees cloud computing as the future. As Vivek Kundra, the former U.S. CIO recently put it, "the movement to the cloud is a one-way street." As part of that strategy - which includes a new mandate that any agency considering new computer systems look at...

December 29, 2009  7:15 PM

The Top 10 SAP Watch blog posts of 2009

Posted by: Mperkins
Business Information Warehouse, hardware, Oracle-Sun, SAP, SAP BW, SAP certifications, SAP cloud computing, SAP ECC 6, SAP ERP, SAP implementation, SAP NetWeaver, SAP R/3, SAP trends strategy ane ERP market share, SAP vs. Oracle, Tibco

It was hardly a dull year for SAP news. Failed implementations, SAP's take on the Oracle-Sun merger, SAP cloud computing and mobile applications all drew much interest on our SAP blog. Here's a look at the most popular SAP Watch blog posts of 2009.

September 30, 2009  2:09 PM

Moving SAP, hardware and all, into the cloud

Posted by: Pastepotpete
hardware, SAP cloud computing

Over at, we just published a series of articles dealing with the role that hardware plays in the SAP application infrastructure. These articles covered trends in hardware design and how

May 14, 2009  6:40 PM

SAP still trying to bring cloud computing down to earth

Posted by: CourtneyBjorlin
SAP, SAP Business ByDesign, SAP cloud computing

Business ByDesign, SAP's on-demand ERP, didn't get too much play at Sapphire this year. With the product still under construction, there wasn't too much to announce. The big problem seems to be delivering on-demand software in a "profitable" way. This


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