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Pete Lagana

And the winner is…SAP Cloud Platform This year’s Tech Ed was unlike any other.  For starters, the keynote completely surprised us by going where no man has gone before –Star Trek. It was the perfect

  Imagine spending a week with innovators from the leading companies in technology and design. Last week, I got to do just that. Excellis Interactive was one of only 7 top usability firms invited by

One thing I have learned from many years in working in technology, is that it never stays the same.  10 years ago, R/3 was king.  Then came ECC 5.0 and 6.0.  Then we have S/4. 

I am really excited about UI5, or I should say OpenUI5… I’ve done a podcast on this in the past, talking about the virtues, but the more we work with it, the more promise is

We all know mobility is the future of computing, and this includes SAP.  We also know the future of mobility is often led by Apple, and the Apple Watch wearable is a prime example.  But

Recently at the SAP Admin and SAP CRM shows, I had a chance to speak at both conferences.  Usually I have a well rehearsed presentation, that provides some great detail on our experience with implementing

As we start out 2014, I think back on the many projects in Mobility that we’ve done this past year.  Some were long, some were short, some were somewhere in between, but all shared one

When it comes to mobile apps and projects, customer expectations have always been and always will be high.  I believe this is even more so than a standard web application, because of the fact that

On your marks, get set, go. That to me describes the butterfly in the stomach feeling right before the proverbial mobile race begins. Today, we have found an increasing trend in customers requesting fast deployments

Its long been known that the same effect that oil and water have when mixed can often be used to describe SAP and UI.  What with the multitude of products such as BSP, WebDynpro (abap