Posted On: July 7, 2020

How to Measure Your SAP Cloud Success

Before you partner with a managed SAP cloud provider, define your return on investment (ROI) so that you have metrics that you can measure later. What’s the ROI? Moving your workloads to the cloud and engaging a managed cloud partner can help you achieve several benefits, such as increased agility and innovation. There is one […]

Posted On: June 30, 2020

Coping with COVID-19 Generated OTL Challenges with AMS

The global COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to scramble to find new ways to give their employees the flexibility they need to meet both their professional and family commitments. For many organizations, this is a simple challenge to meet: Companies announce policy changes and flextime rules, and employees accommodate their schedules in conjunction with their […]

Posted On: June 25, 2020

5 Ways to Be an Irreplaceable SAP Contributor

SAP is a highly competitive industry. Are you leading the charge to improve your own SAP shop? Here are five things you might do to increase your value at your organization immediately. We’ve always done it this way. Why should we change? It isn’t broken, don’t fix it. This “old school” mentality only gets you […]

Posted On: June 23, 2020

Oracle Monitoring Moment: Who is Minding Your JD Edwards Job Queue and Job Scheduler?

JD Edwards business stakeholders value reliability above almost everything else. This means that job queues and the batch jobs that run through them are critically important to business-side processes in JDE. Job queues and batch jobs often keep transactions flowing freely through the system. When there are issues with the jobs, the queues, or the […]

Posted On: June 18, 2020

Oracle Monitoring Moment: Stop Slow Oracle EBS SQL Code in Its Tracks with Top I-O Monitoring

“Oracle is running slow. Again!” Oracle Apps DBA and Oracle EBS administrators are all too familiar with that phrase. Although Oracle E-Business Suite is certainly a best-of-breed ERP solution, too many organizations still struggle to get EBS out of second gear. And that’s a bit surprising given that Oracle launched the product in 2001! But […]

Posted On: June 17, 2020

Modernizing Microsoft Workloads through Migration to AWS

FAQs Check: Moving SQL Workloads from On-Premise to AWS Every organization has its own compelling reasons to shift from an on-premise data center to the cloud. Cost savings. Agility. High availability. Disaster recovery. Maybe you’re facing a hardware refresh or an upgrade and you want to modernize your entire platform. Whatever your motivation, the idea […]

Posted On: June 16, 2020

SAP on AWS: The Most Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the answers to your most commonly asked questions about SAP on Amazon Web Services (AWS). IT leaders today are charged with making their enterprises more agile. To achieve this goal, they are moving their enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications to the cloud, specifically their mission-critical SAP applications to Amazon Web Services (AWS). Here […]

Posted On: June 11, 2020

What is SAP Managed Services? What You Should Know

In this article, we will explore what SAP managed services is, why it is important, what is included, real-world examples, and some helpful tips. Mission-critical enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications such as SAP are essential to your business. However, these applications can be time consuming, complex, and expensive to maintain, modify, and customize to your […]

Posted On: June 10, 2020

Syntax Donates More Than $25,000 to Non-Profit Organizations in North America to Help Those Impacted by COVID-19

With schools closed due to COVID-19, millions of children have lost healthy school meals they depend on during the week. When kids don’t have food, kids aren’t learning. Syntax’s CSR educational program has stepped up to help with 410,000 meals donated to ensure kids keep learning. In January 2020, Syntax launched its employee-led initiative to […]

Posted On: June 9, 2020

How to transfer an AS/400 table from the AS/400 to your PC

When a package fails, the CNC is often asked to produce the compile log for the developer. I am outlining two possible ways to accomplish this. Sometimes PC security is setup to thwart you from sharing data between computers, so it is helpful to know various methods. The compile log is created in an AS/400 […]

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