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Richard Duffy

It’s an interesting dilemma that many small businesses are now facing with all the “noise” that is around about utilising the cloud in dayto day business with the applications they already use and applications they

One of the advantages of the HANA database is that capabilities like high availability automatically become available to the applications that run on top of the database – dependent of course on the underlying hardware.

Hi, As SAP Mentors are highly regarded on the community I thought I would take a few minutes to write a quick post to explain a little bit about who I am and how I

Now that we have a good cross-section of data in our deployment of SAP Business One, version for SAP HANA, I figured it was time to start building some analytics to get the big picture

By far and away, the number 1 cause of performance relates back to most of the issues are caused by failing to specify and deploy the right hardware, the right way to meet SQL Server

Just like our formatted search capabilities that I mentioned in my previous post, the SAP Business One Software Developers Kit or SDK is a great tool and I have seen some developers do some fantastic

In architectural circles, they have an expression that form follows function, which basically sets out the premise that a building’s designshould reflect first and foremost the usage of that building. Is it domestic or commercial,

In this first of my series of  posts on the top 5 mistakes that are often made when implementing SAP Business One that lead to performance issues I would like to address the issue of

The SAP Business One strategy has always been about providing a core application with a broad functional scope  and allowing the development of additional solutions that extend the functionality to meet a specific customer need