Microsoft Makes Strong Play to Drive AI Transformation

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  1. Reconsidering RISE with SAP

    Since RISE with SAP was originally released in 2021 much has changed. What was then seen as an essentially unknown business-transformation-as-a-service offering that was based around SAP S/4HANA Cloud is now the center of SAP’s plans for cloud ERP. RISE with SAP is also at the center of SAP’s newly announced Joule embedded AI and…

  2. Microsoft and SAP – Redefining the Work Experience

    Microsoft and SAP are strengthening their collaboration by integrating Joule with Microsoft Copilot, creating a seamless experience across both platforms. This integration enables the combined generative AI technologies to enhance user efficiency by facilitating quick access to information and streamlining workflows without switching platforms. Users can enjoy a consistent experience regardless of the copilot they…

  3. Microsoft’s New Security Copilot Shields SAP Systems with AI

    Microsoft has announced the new Microsoft Security Copilot, an AI-driven security solution, to revolutionize how companies like SAP defend.

  4. Discover the Digital Assistant for the Enterprise

    The concept of a conversational user interface (UI) is well established in the consumer world, with Alexa and Siri being the most well-known examples of intelligent digital assistants that can recognize voice commands to complete useful tasks such as scheduling a meeting, turning up the thermostat, or playing music. But what is the potential impact…

  5. Using Microsoft AI with Your SAP Solutions Today

    SAP recently announced the integration of generative copilot Joule with Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365. This will allow users to interact with a copilot either in an SAP or Microsoft 365 solution and access data and information using natural language. However, this isn’t the only Microsoft AI capability available to SAP customers. Customers can currently…

  6. How to Protect Your Data from Today’s Biggest Cybersecurity Threats: Q&A on Managing Security in Your SAP Landscape

    Modern enterprises are facing a perfect storm of increasingly sophisticated technology, changing regulations, and cybersecurity attacks that are rapidly growing in their scale, scope, and speed. In today’s technology landscape, cloud and mobile connectivity to SAP systems demand more than just network firewalls and perimeters to effectively protect your applications, and auditors and compliance managers...…

  7. Accelerate developer productivity with Microsoft Power Platform

    Microsoft Power Platform developer tools are enabling professional developers to create more effective business solutions using Power Platform than ever before. Development is faster, applications are more secure, and deployed within managed environments that have guardrails applying organizational policies and promoting best practices.

  8. SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation for SAP NetWeaver or Microsoft: How They Differ

    Compare the SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation, version for Microsoft and the SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation, version for SAP NetWeaver environments, and examine the strategies associated with this technology. Review the concept of the platform as the main issue behind a company’s reason for implementing one of these versions because of data integration issues,...…

  9. Part 2: Implementing Security in SAP BusinessObjects Universes with the Information Design Tool

    Learn how to implement security in SAP BusinessObjects Universes using the Information Design Tool security editor. Also learn how to assign the created profiles to specific users or groups of users. Finally, watch the accompanying demo video to learn how to use the security editor to create different security profiles. Key Concept The security editor...…

  10. How to Build a Strong Security and Compliance Foundation for Your SAP Landscape

    While most successful cyberattacks are carried out on a company’s application layer, many security departments see the SAP application layer as a “black box,” and its security as the responsibility of their Basis or SAP application colleagues or of a service provider, making the security of this layer a blind spot within many organizations. Compounding…