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SAP and Real Time Border Management

Never before has the challenge of a society that sees itself borderless been so concerned about borders  – We consume, we sell, we collaborate, we work, we play and of course PROTECT. It’s never been easier through the power of technology to facilitate these things. It is not a perception …

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Dear City Departments, Please Break Down Those Silos

During SAPPHIRENOW last week I was able to engage in a dialogue with clients, analysts and colleagues about  how cities can connect more to improve citizens lives.  From my perspective cities can adopt new policies at a higher velocity than federal and state governments and therefore can lead all levels …

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Civic Hactivism – Code for America

In the SAP Developer Center, Alexander Graebe wrote this blog, Have You Ever Heard of Code for America? In their 2013 annual report, Code for America tells powerful stories. For example the Human Services Agencies (HSA) — City of San Francisco and San Mateo County — partnered with Code for …

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Public Sector – Cloud and Mobile Point of View

The explosion of social media and e-mail, usage of sensors, and widespread adoption of mobile devices is dramatically increasing the volume, velocity and variety of data in public sector. This accelerated change is raising citizen expectations of government. Just as consumers expect everything to be available at their fingertips in …

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Your Cloud, Your Way

There’s no debate: cloud is at the center of the IT go-forward for everyone and every organization. SAP has made cloud the centerpiece of its strategy with the SAP® HANA Cloud platform, and we’ve bet big on it. This doesn’t mean, however, that we’re turning our back on 40 years …

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