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HANA takes on soccer: SAP teams with global City Football Group

Big data is steadily taking over all sports. The latest conquest was announced today in a SAP and City Football Group (CFG) deal that wields the big data club for and on CFG soccer teams.

SAP develops 12 Apple Watch apps for internal use, but they could be available for enterprises soon

SAP has developed 12 Apple Watch apps for internal employee use, which could be made available to enterprise customers, depending on demand, Rick Costanzo, executive vice president and general manager of telco and mobile at SAP, told FierceMobileIT.

EMC scoops up Virtustream for $1.2 billion

EMC this morning announced a $1.2 billion acquisition of Virtustream, the cloud service provider that lined up a big investment from SAP a couple of years ago.

Core Security researchers uncover compression algorithm holes in popular SAP products

Researchers at Core Security have found memory corruption vulnerabilities in two compression algorithms used in popular SAP enterprise products and programs.

SAP announces partnerships with mobile app firms

SAP announced a number of enterprise mobility partnerships at its SAPPHIRE NOW conference being held this week in Orlando, Florida.

SAP launches HANA Cloud Platform for IoT, teams with Siemens and Intel

As more enterprises deploy Internet of Things devices, they are looking to their existing vendors to help them connect and manage these devices and the mounds of data they generate. Recognizing this need, enterprise app giant SAP unveiled Wednesday the SAP HANA Cloud Platform for the Internet of Things to deploy, connect and manage IoT devices.

News Scan: Microsoft said to be considering Salesforce.com bid; Meanwhile, SAP CEO says, 'thanks, but no thanks'; More

The top news stories for May 6, 2015.

Attackers could access patient data, install malware on vulnerable SAP mobile apps

An attacker could exploit vulnerabilities in SAP mobile medical apps to gain access to confidential patient information, warned security researchers at ERPScan in an advisory.

Social media governance trend shouldn't be ignored

Leave it to the evolution of technology to throw a monkey wrench into the already complicated process of information governance. Social media, once the darling of hipsters and college students, is now a dominant force in the business world as well. Companies use it for everything from B2B and B2C marketing to customer service.

SAP's McDermott: 'There are no backdoors in SAP technology, period'

At CeBit on March 16, SAP CEO Bill McDermott again sought to distance the company from a recent report alleging that SAP helps the NSA spy on businesses.