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Blogs by

Terry Orsborn

…Doesn’t have to stay at TechEd Vegas. This is a different sort of party. But with 2016’s TechEd Las Vegas fast approaching, you’ll still want to make sure you don’t miss a thing. This year’s

Maximum availability in financial markets is critical. Any downtime can make the difference between profit and loss, and being able to recover from a potential disaster is essential. TMC Bonds, a financial services firm in

We’re excited to announce that we have teamed up with ISUG-TECH once again to host the ISUG-TECH Conference in Atlanta, GA on March 29th – April 2nd.  Over 200 SAP data managers and developers attended

If you are a data management professional working with SAP’s Database and Technology products in the UK or Europe don’t miss TechSelect 2014 on November 20th in London. Hosted by UKSUG, this full day event

On Demand Technical Webcasts Feature New Capabilities in Latest Release We’ve just concluded a very successful 5-part webcast series on SAP ASE 16.  The series covered the new features in this latest release and described

Looking for the techncial details on SAP ASE 16? Join the 5-part webcast series to learn about the new innovations in this latest release. Our experts will guide you through the new features and functions,

SAP ASE 16 provides scalability and speed to support higher throughput and lower latency; security to ensure data privacy and system auditability; and, simplicity of database operations to maximize operational efficiency and lower costs. Scalability,

Next month, we are very excited to launch SAP ASE 16.  It is the culmination of significant efforts of the integrated SAP and Sybase engineering teams and the first major release since the SAP acquisition

Exciting news! Here at SAP we’ve been working feverishly to bring you new capabilities to solve your most demanding data management challenges. We’re thrilled to announce that we have teamed up with ISUG-TECH to host

It’s fairly easy to quantify the cost of database acquisition and staffing, but too often we stop there. To get a true picture of total cost of ownership (TCO), it is imperative to analyze infrastructure