Sneak preview SAP Fiori user interface for C4C

Recently SAP showed us a preview of their new SAP Fiori user interface for Cloud 4 Customer (C4C) which is anticipated to be part of the next C4C release (May 2015). SAP stresses that Fiori is not just a visual design, but a complete information architecture based on solid design principles.   Compared to their on premise solution, SAP took a big step forward in their user experience design with the current...

Voorproefje SAP Fiori user interface voor C4C

Onlangs toonde SAP ons een voorproefje van hun nieuwe SAP Fiori interface voor Cloud 4 Customer (C4C) waarvan de verwachting is dat deze beschikbaar komt met de nieuwe C4C release in mei 2015. SAP benadrukt dat Fiori niet gewoon een nieuw design betreft, maar een volledig nieuwe informatiearchitectuur die gebruik maakt van een set vaste ontwerpprincipes.   In vergelijking met de on premise CRM oplossing van...

Salesforce.com Spring 14 Release – My Top Features (Part 2 of 2)

    Last time in part 1 we had a first look at the Salesforce.com Spring 14 release notes. This week in part 2 we delve a little deeper into the release notes to uncover some more gems.   1. Communities in SF1 – When Communities were introduced in 2013 it was a big milestone and Communities will clearly play a big part in the future strategy of Salesforce. Now we are seeing Communities...

Ciber Cloud Campus: The Power of PeopleSoft in the Cloud!

With so much rain in Atlanta, my home base, I could not help thinking about clouds and rain. Then I quickly go back to work and think about another type of cloud. The Ciber Cloud Campus offering. I also think that there may still be some mystery in the higher education community about how cloud computing could bring big functionality at a lower cost. Now colleges and universities don’t have to make a large IT...

Clouds Ahead: Picking the Right Model

We talk about “the cloud”, but in actuality, there’s more than one. For starters, there are many different clouds out there, but they usually can be grouped into three different categories: private, public and hybrid. And when you’re thinking of deploying a cloud computing solution for your organization, you first need to determine which type of cloud you want to use. Private clouds are just that—they’re...

Organizations are Still Asking About Cloud Computing Benefits

Everywhere you turn, you hear about the cloud. So much so that you’d be excused for thinking that a) the cloud is an over-hyped passing fad, or b) everyone is in the cloud. The truth can be found somewhere between these two viewpoints. While people may already be tired of hearing about the cloud, cloud computing is no mere fad. It is being embraced by businesses and consumers alike. Yet there are still plenty of...

The Value of Managed IT Services

In challenging economic times, any solution that can lower total cost of ownership and operations is worth considering. Managed Services, the practice of transferring the responsibility of managing day-to-day Information Technology (IT) to an outside organization, accomplishes both. This approach can also improve the effectiveness and efficiency of IT operations, production support, and lifecycle maintenance...

The future of the Data Center as a CIO Asset

Today’s IT department is seeing the presence of a data center disappearing in more ways than one. Most desktops, laptops and smart phones are providing the services the IT user traditionally requested from IT. Almost 40% of a company’s computing power now resides outside of the data center. Data is now delivered in many more formats (remember the green bar paper that was delivered in the mornings from the IT...

Cloud Computing

In the mid 1970’s, online or interactive computing consisted of non-programmable desktop devices that connected to large (and expensive) “mainframe” computers. The big boxes handled the of running software and storing data. Later, computing power shifted to the desktop in the personal computer “revolution”. This provided flexibility in terms of access to more varied software programs...
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