Promoted | Now more than ever, your enterprise needs its SAP applications and the infrastructure they run on to help generate revenue, control costs and protect the bottom line.
SAP says it is ready to lead customers into a cloud-based future, but it may need all its powers of persuasion to convince its 400 000-strong client base to launch a major overhaul of systems in a pandemic.
SAP said on Monday it was going all in on its shift to cloud computing as it abandoned medium-term profitability targets and cautioned that its business would take longer than expected to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Promoted | While the move hasn’t caught anyone by surprise, many companies are yet to decide whether to run S/4Hana in the cloud or on-premise, or to ditch SAP and switch to a different platform altogether.
Promoted | SUSE open-source specialist Johann Els joins the podcast for a discussion on why SUSE Linux Enterprise Server makes SAP enterprise applications faster and more responsive.