Companies leading the technological evolution have gone through changes. This second part of this e-guide explores the technological evolution of SAP, Microsoft and some business analytics vendors throughout the past two decades.
In this e-guide, we outline the key differences between the three enterprise subscription packages offered by Office 365: E1, E3 and E5. By understanding the pros and cons of each tier as well as the needs of the end users, an IT department can ensure it purchases Office 365 in an effective manner.
This expert handbook explains that if done well, CPM goes far beyond its traditional budgeting and forecasting role to serve as a strategic planning tool for your enterprise. Inside, learn how to extend CPM benefits into the future, and take note of important things for your organization to consider before attempting CPM in Excel.
If you have to copy and paste data from multiple sources in order to complete data analysis, you're wasting time and energy. Tune in to this on-demand webinar to learn how you can seamlessly access and analyze data across the enterprise with tools from a Microsoft-SAP partnership.
In this informative resource, you'll learn how to easily use Excel to extract data from your database in a way that facilitates further analysis and uses standard Excel functions. Discover the 12 functions your database must support in order to turn Excel into an advanced BI tool.
View this conference recording to learn about the tools and strategies that Microsoft and SAP have developed to help you integrate SAP business data and processes with SharePoint and Office 365.
This expert guide illustrates five migration issues that IT admins must tackle in order to upgrade to Exchange 2016 without adversely affecting end users. Additionally, read on to formulate a recovery plan for Office 365 outages by asking yourself the seven essential questions outlined here.
Every organization standardized on Lotus Notes and MS Office or OpenOffice needs advanced integration between Notes and its Office suite. This includes attachment handling, field exchange, mail-merge, document automation, reporting, and PDF conversion.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the global tech sector response to the invasion of Ukraine, and how hackers are responding to calls for an IT army to target Russia. Our latest buyer's guide looks at cloud-based ERP and other business applications. And IBM's UK chief tells us how Big Blue is reinventing itself. Read the issue now.