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Many of our customers are using Microsoft Azure for different purposes now, and there’s a common requirement for Single Sign-On (SSO) from Azure AD to their on-premises SAP systems. People would like to use the Microsoft account they use for Office 365 and other Azure technologies to log into SAP...
In this ‘How to’ guide by Principal SAP Consultant Glen Cameron he has identified the 5 key requirements that you should look at when reviewing GDPR compliance in your SAP HR/Payroll system followed by how to prepare your SAP HR/Payroll system for GDPR before the deadline 25th May.
Web access to SAP landscapes is a new, or dramatically expanded, requirement in many organisations with the rise of the new SAP Fiori user interface. In my experience of projects to roll out SAP Fiori and Neptune SAPUI5 applications, I’ve found that preparing the existing SAP landscape for web access is often forgotten until problems have arisen.
My focus in this post is on the external infrastructure required to facilitate secure, authenticated, usable web access to an existing SAP landscape that currently only has SAP GUI users.
As an employer, you must regularly submit accurate and timely data to your pension scheme. Put simply it sounds a straightforward task for those responsible for Local Government pension returns often it is not the case.
Pension reporting is a matter of serial significance that requires a coordinated and serious application. Inaccurate data and inconsistent approaches can have consequences for your organisation and employees. Yet many organisations cannot say with certainty they are reporting pensions accurately in a timely manner.
2017 was an exciting year for Absoft. This summary by Absoft's Managing Director touches on several major projects and improvements within the following: Self-service procurement apps with Fiori; S/4HANA Adoptions; Cloud Services; Landscape Rationalisation, Technical and Managed Services; Simplifying User Experience with Neptune Software 's UI5 Capabilities and more.
One of the most asked questions of anyone working with newbie SAP End Users must be:
“What does SAP actually stand for?”
The correct answer of “Systems, Applications and Products in data processing” is almost universally met with a frown of disappointment. However, certainly in the world of manufacturing and engineering, there is never a shortage of people coming up with their own suggestions;