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Blogs by

Tony De Thomasis

This story is inspired from a concept borrowed from the great Seth Godin. Most organisations spend their time marketing to the crowd, while smart organisations assemble a Tribe. History My first experience with SAP software

SAP Solution Manager 7.1 chat. Most SDN readers familiar with my weblogs would come expect a whole lot of Solution Manager content. In this SDN offering, I have managed to bring together Solution Manager knowledge

Solution Manager 7.1 Ramp-Up During the SAPPHIRE Now 2011 event, there were so many exciting announcements, more than I ever remember at a single SAP event ever. The big announcement which largely went unnoticed was

SAPPHIRE NOW 2011 Wrap-Up Last month I had the privilege of attending the Sapphire Now 2011 event in Orlando, Florida. Even after enduring 23 hours in the air, rushing for three connecting flights, 10,000 miles

Are you ready to innovate?   This story has its roots in the 2010 SAP TechEd Event in Las Vegas. As you would know from my pervious Article in the Inside SAP Magazine – On

SAPPHIRE NOW 2011 This year I have been fortunate enough to be selected to attend SAPPHIRE NOW in Orlando USA. You may ask why an Australian SAP practitioner would consider flying around 10,000 miles over

Every year, the SAUG works tirelessly to put together events that appeal to a large audience. This year, with over 20 sessions over 2 days the SAUG Plenary is a great way to learn from

This weblog begins in a Cab on the way to the Sydney airport following the three day SAP Australia User Group (SAUG) Summit  at Darling Harbour last August. Earlier that afternoon, I shared the stage

Last week I had to good fortune to attend the SAP Run Better Tour (RBT) in NYC. Apart from being dazzled by the fanfare that traditionally accompanies any SAP announcement, my best learning  occurred  in

In Episode 3 of the Aussie SAP Mentor talk – Chatter down under, we welcome a couple of new SAP Mentors to the chat. Listen to our talk about all the latest things in the SAP