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Workday marching into the stomping ground of SAP and Oracle

If there was any doubt that Workday intends to go head-to-head against the likes of Oracle and SAP in the financial management software market, the cloud company has now put those questions to rest. During its third quarter earnings report last week, Workday trumpeted its progress in its smaller FMS business, announcing big customer wins and sales improvements.

Misconfigured SAP systems could expose oil and gas control systems to hijacking

Researchers says hackers could take control of industrial control systems in the oil and gas industry through misconfigured or vulnerable SAP systems.

SAP unveils SAP Fiori cloud edition, mobile service

The enterprise software giant announced Tuesday plans to introduce the cloud edition of SAP Fiori and SAP Fiori mobile service to enable enterprises to deploy and consume user-friendly mobile apps.

SAP combines info about full-time staff with external workers in SuccessFactors

SAP has integrated SuccessFactors, its human resources software, and Fieldglass, its vendor management system, in hopes of offering companies a service that can deliver a more complete look at their workforces. 

Researcher uncovers security bugs in SAP Enterprise Portal

Security researcher Ashar Javed said Sunday that he uncovered a number of security bugs in the SAP Enterprise Portal (formerly SAP NetWeaver Portal), which provides customers access to business processes and information, social collaboration and content management.

Ellison: The early cloud companies were cloud before the term was invented

There's an old saying. The Internet never forgets. It's a saying that Larry Ellison might want to learn following his Sunday night keynote presentation at Oracle OpenWorld 2015. The man who famously mocked cloud computing several years ago has come full circle and embraced the concept of cloud. It's not surprising. It just took Ellison and Oracle awhile to figure out that how businesses consume software was changing.

Deloitte's AccessEdge helps HR with mobility, cloud transition

Human resource managers who deal with on-premises SAP systems for human capital management might find solace in a new solution that aims to offer a steady transition to the cloud.

Security holes on the rise in SAP HANA big data platform, warns ERPScan

The number of SAP HANA vulnerabilities increased 50 percent this year compared to last year, according to ERPScan.

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP gets AWS debut

Through its "bring-your-own-subscription" program, enterprises can now develop and test SAP application workloads on Amazon Web Services using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.

Amazon seems poised to jump into business intelligence market

As the AWS re:Invent conference kicks off in Las Vegas, Amazon Web Services is believed to be on the verge of making an announcement that will see the public cloud company join the data analytics market.