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KnowledgeLake Provides SharePoint Access to ECM for SAP Users

SAP returns. Or rather KnowledgeLake, SharePoint, MPS and SAP return and get it together to make it easier for users to get to their content. This is the second time this week that SAP has added functionality to ECM for SAP. The first time was about adding CRM; this time, it's about gaining access to documents stored in SharePoint from SAP.

OpenText Adds CRM, Supplier Relationship Management to Extended ECM for SAP v10

Since SAP and OpenText signed reseller agreements to sell OpenText document management and enterprise CMS under the SAP brand name, they’ve been steadily building the product portfolio and adding new functionality. Now they have released v10 with support for SAP CRM and Supplier Relationship Management (SRM).

SAP Gets Social with Yammer Integration

yammer_logo.gif With Yammer SAP Connector installed, SAP customers can see updates from business suite applications as activity stories in Yammer's Ticker.

Gartner's MRM Magic Quadrant Predicts Growth, Acquisitions, and a Global Boost

After hitting on Business Intelligence, IaaS and Web Content Management, Gartner next takes on Marketing Resource Management with its Magic Quadrant series. Spotlighting vendors who are Leaders, Niche Players, and Visionaries, the latest edition underscores companies with the best ability take advantage of their resources, solidify a vision and show off their assets. Here’s some insight on the current market along with a breakdown of those running the show.

Gartner's Business Intelligence Magic Quadrant Dominated by Acquisitions, Specialty Vendors

Earlier this week we saw that increasing enterprise demands for different kinds of business intelligence is stretching vendors to come up with software that will keep business users happy. The result is a software space that is currently characterized by innovation and change, according to Gartner’s recent Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence 2012.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Send Microsoft Files to Kindle, New Office Functionality for iPad

It’s been a mixed bag this week. Amazon has released an application that lets users send documents to Kindle, the CloudOn app enables users to create and edit Office documents on iPad, SAP expands in the education market, PSIGEN pushes into Asia Pacific while Due Diligence extends the scope of V-Rooms.

SAP to Sell NetBase Social Media Analytics Extension

With billions of social media posts across millions of sites globally, Social Web nirvana doesn't come easy, particularly for the enterprise looking to extract structured insights and meaningful metrics to understand market needs and spot emerging trends.

Germany based Enterprise Software giant SAP gets it, and to help its customers tap into the pulse of the social web the company announced a partnership with Netbase and its natural language processing (NLP) engine to read and categorize social media posts.

GRC Roll-up: SAP Offers Mobile GRC, Jive Offers Social Media Compliance

As in previous years, this week's SAP Sapphire conference has generated a number of interesting releases this week in the GRC space. Jive offered enterprises a way of keeping their social media compliant, while Krolls provided them the tools to DIY e-Discovery and C2C has simplified email archiving.

Doc Mgt Roll-up: SAP, OpenText NetWeaver Upgrade, MS and Nokia Symbian Apps

If you haven’t got your Christmas shopping done yet, there’s a pile of new document management software that’s worth a look. SAP and OpenText have upgraded NetWeaver, Microsoft and Nokia have new apps for Symbian, Version One goes to R2.2, KnowledgeTree releases ExplorerCP and SmartVault has a new service update. Raises US$81M, Challenges Microsoft, Oracle, IBM in Enterprise Software Market is gearing up to take on bigger players in the enterprise software market. Having recently raised US$ 48 million earlier this year, the cloud storage platform startup has recently updated this Series D financing round with US$ 81 million from and SAP, with Bessemer Venture Partners and NEA contributing to the round.

Oracle Enters Business Intelligence Space With Exalytics, Targets SAP, IBM #OOW11

Oracle’s OpenWorld has finally kicked off with the customary keynote from CEO Larry Ellison. Leaving aside the fact that many are saying this was his worst keynote ever, for those in enterprise computing the launch of the Exalytics analytics appliance is the one most will be watching.

MongoDB Sits at the Heart of SAP's Platform-as-a-Service Product

mongodb_logo_2011.jpgIf the hype is to be believed, platform-as-a-service is going to be massive in the not-too-distant future and SAP is partnering with MongoDB to drive its offering in the market.

Microsoft Repeats Offer: Money to Jump from Oracle, SAP, Salesforce

Dreamforce starts today… and it feels like Groundhog Day. Not the groundhog that tells the weather, but groundhog in the way things keep repeating themselves. The repetition this time is in the shape of Microsoft’s offer of rebates of US$ 150-per-seat for customers who subscribe to Dynamics CRM online.

Tentative Facebook Redesign is Good for Pages, Bad for Users

facebook_logo_10.jpgIn recent months, the Facebook team has been on a quest to pack more information into the homepage. The latest composition removes the Most Recent tab from the news feed and replaces it with a real-time activity feed inside the Chat sidebar, slamming users with more information whether they like it or not. 

GRC Roll-up: SAP's BusinessObjects GRC Available, Google Gets Security Certified

This week, after announcing its release in March, SAP has put BusinessObjects 10 GRC on general release, Google gets some more security certification, BMC offers cloud Lifecycle Management to mitigate the risks associated with cloud computing outages, and Hostway offers email encryption.

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