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This article covers some frequently asked questions on how SAP address vulnerabilities in their software and the best practices for customers to ensure their systems are secure.
SME manufacturing companies are finding it difficult to attract qualified candidates to work for them on their shop-floors. In this blog post, based on implementation experience, Don Valentine reflects on some of the practical things that can be done to simplify and automate the work of shop floor operators:
S/4 HANA, Cloud First, Digital Transformation – Not sure where to start on your SAP Journey? Eilidh explains what you would need to consider, what steps you might need to take depending on your specific case, and more. Read the full post.
Human error is responsible for more than 80% of failures and defects in Manufacturing businesses.
Making mistakes is part and parcel of being human though… Right? Absolutely! Even though we would like to think we are perfect, we know that this is not the case, and we can’t expect our employees to be completely accurate in everything that they do. What we can do, though, is to build an environment where we are protecting our businesses by ensuring that we have the correct policies, training, and most importantly - systems in place.
Extended support for Windows 2008 ends on 14th January 2020, meaning regular security updates will no longer be provided. We strongly recommend that no customer runs any SAP software on unsupported operating systems due to the security and availability risks posed by a lack of updates.