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Blogs by

Mahira Kalim

SAP offers the most comprehensive portfolio of Internet of Things solutions to make it easy for customers to adopt IoT, build and manage IoT applications, and manage connected devices. One of the world’s largest companies,

In this SAP TechEd strategy talk Michael Lynch shares SAP’s point of view on the Internet of things (IoT), how the markets are shaping up and how  SAP solutions for Big Data, in-memory computing, predictive

@m_kalim 2015 has been an exciting year for the Internet of Things at SAP. In case you missed the latest news from SAP, here is a quick recap: Siemens to build open cloud platform for

@m_kalim IoT was a major theme at SAP TechEd && d-code 2014 in Las Vegas. Here are replays of key sessions ICYMI. Steve Lucas showed many real life examples of the Internet of things. The

Tweetchat: #IoTchat When: Oct 1st, 11am PT / 2pm ET SAP and Cisco will co-host a Tweetchat as we gear up for the Cisco Internet of Things World Forum and SAP TechEd && Dcode events

@m_kalim The Internet of Things was a key topic at SAPPHIRE NOW this year! In case you missed it, here is a recap: Harness the Internet of Things to Lead in a Networked Economy Steve

@m_kalim We’ve all seen the stats: By 2020, there will be 50 billion Internet-connected devices; 200 billion connected “things,” from processors to utility meters to cars; and approaching $15 trillion in created value related to

The Internet of Things was the most talked about topic at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last we a survey of 300 MWC attendees on their readiness to adopt IoT.ek. SAP conducted Here are the

Analysts predict there will be between 50-75 billion connected things by 2020. That means more than 200 connected things per person. These connected things will generates billions of terabytes of data that will make our