Jan 11, 2019 10:15:10 AM
Oct 31, 2018 5:55:37 AM
Why has SAP been so successful for so long? Because they designed a massively powerful – and scalable – ERP system, which could be installed from the same CDs/DVDs/Files (delete as appropriate depending on your age) at almost any organisation in the world. From there it could be quickly/slowly/glacially (delete as appropriate depending on your industry/project scope etc) tailored to fit a very wide variety of business processes, just by making settings in the IMG. No need for custom code or tables in the database unless you really wanted to bring your own processes to the system, and even that wasn’t too hard to do.
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Jul 11, 2018 1:09:40 PM
Current, previous and potential future employee data is a really interesting area for data privacy.
May 25, 2018 12:30:00 AM
So, I woke up this morning and still had two arms and legs, and a desperate need for a coffee. The world didn’t end (or if it did, you wouldn’t be reading this anyway so a small factual inaccuracy won’t matter). Things have changed – but I think it’s been a gradual shift of mindset and prioritisation of data privacy and all that surrounds it. With any gradual change, you have to take a step back to actually see how much things have changed.