Reader’s Choice: Top Articles January 2010

Feature Article | February 8, 2010 by Benjamin Blaume

Business Trends 2010, EHP Updates, BusinessObjects Explorer on iPhone: We present the articles that interested SAP.info readers the most in january 2010.

Top 5 articles of january 2010 (graphic: grasundsterne)

Number 5:  SAP TV – IT Investment After the Crisis

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Two years into the worst crisis the world economy has ever seen, there are signs of recovery. As things are looking up, how has IT investment changed? A search for clues with experts in India, Europe and the US.

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Number 4: Getting Granular on Cloud Computing

83771310Heavyweights in the IT world – including Google, Microsoft, and SAP – are backing cloud computing. But don’t managers get nightmares at the thought of business data floating on high? SAP.info examines the issues surrounding cloud computing.

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Number 3: “Enhancement Packages Deliver the Innovations”

ehp_martin_riedel_sapSAP introduced SAP Business Suite 7 at the beginning of the year. Continuing with its innovation strategy, SAP will extend the enhancement package concept to the entire SAP Business Suite. We spoke with Martin Riedel, head of SAP’s Global Upgrade Office, about the latest developments and benefits.

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Number 2: iPhone with SAP BusinessObjects Explorer

iphone_business_objectsGraphical data analysis using an iPhone? An app as an analysis tool for business intelligence with access to SAP NetWeaver BW Accelerator? SAP’s first cell phone application has hit the market.

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Number 1: IT Business Trends 2010

sap_mobile_app_cloudSmartphone apps that can access company data, graphical data analysis, energy-efficient data centers, enterprise clouds and smart energy grids: These will be the most important trends of 2010.

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