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16Nov/21

Everyone Can Be a Developer: SAP Introduces Tools for Citizen and Professional Developers, Embedded AI, and a Free Learning Experience

SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced new products and services that empower citizen and professional developers alike to accelerate digital transformation. The pandemic spotlighted talent as a key challenge for organizations around the world. “The worldwide shortage of full-time developers will increase from 1.4 million in 2021 to 4.0 million in 2025,” according to IDC.

29Oct/21

Companies Choose SAP to Help with Supply and Demand Volatility

SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced that Palace Resorts and Siemens Energy are among the hundreds of companies worldwide to have chosen SAP® Ariba® and SAP Fieldglass® solutions in the third quarter to help digitalize procurement and external workforce management. Hundreds more companies also renewed licenses and went live with solutions from SAP to optimize spend management. Continue reading

16Mar/21

New SonicWall 2020 Research Shows Cyber Arms Race at Tipping Point

The pandemic’s work-from-home reality resulted in an unprecedented change for organizations as they fought to defend exponentially greater attack surfaces from cybercriminals armed with powerful cloud-based tools, cloud storage and endless targets. As working environments evolved, so did the methods of threat actors and other motivated perpetrators, as detailed in the latest 2021 SonicWall Cyber Threat Report. Continue reading

04May/20

Salesforce Announces Work.com to Help Businesses and Communities Safely Reopen

Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), the global leader in CRM, today announced Work.com – new technology solutions and resources to help business and community leaders around the world reopen safely, re-skill employees and respond efficiently on the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic.Read more

12Oct/15

Dell buys EMC for $67 billion

(BVO) – It’s the biggest tech deal ever. Dell is buying the data storage giant EMC for about $67 billion in cash and stock. It will pay a 19 percent premium.
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