5 Stories Not to Miss on SAP Business Trends, March 17, 2015
Change is the only constant. This week’s top 5 blog posts on SAP Business Trends delve into the ever-changing worlds of cyber-defense, urban sustainability, retailing and more.
|Hackers know where organizations store their most lucrative information — the soft underbelly that is software, which they give to everyone without a thought of how to secure it from the inside.|
How Cyber Attacks Really Happen — And What You Can Do To Stay Safe
Organizations with even the most robust cybersecurity fortifications are vulnerable, especially via applications. Tim Clark talks tactics about three security experts and their defenses against vicious and crafty cyber-attacks.
People, Planet, Profit: Cities with an SAP Footprint become more sustainable
Urban sustainability is a big deal because half of the world’s population already lives in cities, and two-thirds will live in cities by 2050. Judith Magyar looks at how cities — and citizens — around the world use analytics, mobile and other technology to improve quality of life.
To Improve the User Experience, Rethink IT
IT isn’t the first place most people look when trying to improve UX during a new software implementation, but maybe it should be. Maricel Cabahug shares lessons she learned the hard way about design thinking — and making solutions useable for more than just IT professionals.
How Can Retailers Cope With Commitment-Phobic Consumers?
The retail industry is no stranger to change, as mom-and-pop shops gave way to malls, which gave way to e-tailing. Pat Bakey examines the next step in retail’s evolution: fickle customers who shop by their own rules; are reluctant to commit to brands; and rent whenever possible.
SAP Scores Big In Cricket World Cup 2015
Having already demonstrated its prowess in American football, baseball and basketball, SAP is now a major player in cricket’s biggest worldwide event. Anirvan Ghosh explores how real-time analysis offers insights into matches, helping fans get closer to the action.
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