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With SAP Sapphire kicking off today in Orlando, we’re looking forward to seeing our customers and discussing how they can make core processes more efficient and improve how they serve their customers. One thing is certain to be top of mind – the global supply chain challenges facing the world today. It’s affecting every business …

The practical benefits of migrating SAP systems to the cloud aren’t lost on most businesses. Running SAP in the cloud lets companies simplify tasks, scale quickly, and reduce costs. But as a growing number of organizations are discovering, the cloud is more than the sum of improved processes and workflows. It offers unique and powerful …

When critical services fail, businesses risk losing revenue, productivity, and trust. That’s why Google Cloud customers running SAP applications choose to deploy high availability (HA) systems on Google Cloud. In these deployments Linux operating system clustering provides application and guest awareness for the application state and automates recovery actions in case of failure — including …

When BK Medical, a leading medical device manufacturer, became an independent company in 2019, it faced a major technological hurdle: separating its own SAP environment from that of its parent company.  The well-established maker of surgical ultrasound machines is now striking out on its own after being part of Analogic Corporation for four decades. “We’re …

Stijn Stabel’s first days as CTO of Carrefour Belgium were… challenging. “The data center was out of date with a roof that leaked,” he recalls. Not quite what one would expect from the eighth-largest retailer in the world. Carrefour is a household name in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, operating over 12,000 hypermarkets, groceries, …

Today’s consumers expect a connected experience, whether shopping online, in store, or both. When The Home Depot, the world’s largest home improvement retailer, adopted ambitious plans for building connected retail experiences across its entire operation, it faced a challenge: The company ran everything on-premises, from central finance to POS systems, creating redundancies and repetitive, manual …