Have you been thinking about submitting an abstract for d-Code in Las Vegas? Not to rush you, but time is running out, and the ASUG Design Team for d-Code needs you to submit that abstract by May 25. I am not going to repeat everything that Tammy Powlas has already explained so well here, but I do want to add that some of the tracks are still woefully under-represented in the submissions to date.
To all my SCN colleagues active in the GRC and Security spaces, I am especially encouraging you to consider submitting if you are an ASUG member or member of any of the non-US user groups that have a reciprocal membership agreement with ASUG. Presentations on your lessons learned with configuring BRF+ and MSMP workflows, experiences with Business Roles and Emergency Access Management are just a few of the technical topics that come to mind. Surely there is someone out there who has done a recent security design/rewrite or now has experiences to share with the Read Access Logging functionality rolled out not long ago.
Don’t be shy, we really need you, so please do review Tammy’s excellent post and take the plunge. We want a great representation of customer stories again this year at d-Code, and we can only do that with your help.
If you are ready to submit, you can do it here. Remember that the Call closes on May 25, and it is for ASUG members (or members of non US user groups that have a membership agreement with ASUG)/ non SAP employees only.