Digital transformation requires a new kind of partner. As SAP's Tony Evans writes, you need a partner that can help you think differently about data - and challenge industry assumptions.
Services partners focused only on large enterprise may be taking a digital risk. As SAP's Rodolpho Cardenuto explains, they're missing out on a market segment that represents 95 percent of all businesses.
SAP's Tony Evans draws on his team's field work to identify the factors that lead to digital success. Evans doesn't mince words about the resistance digital transformation will face.
Could precision medicine be the life-saving technology that improves quality of care? SAP's Greg McStravick explains how healthcare is poised to overcome big data obstacles. He also shares SAP CEO Bill McDermott's story - and how McDermott envisions healthcare change.
SAP's Chief Medical Officer Natalie Lotzmann believes companies need to take more responsibility for employee health, and use big data to do it. Healthy lifestyle benefits also include the corporate bottom line - Lotzmann shares fresh data.
SAP's Prakash Darji takes a break from working on SAP's connected vehicle platform to make his case for why connected cars are a fundamental change. He also looks at the obstacles connected cars face and why the economic and lifestyle implications are underestimated.
Precision medicine is so important that it's on President Obama's mind every morning. Why? Because the technology to manage data at scale can change health care for the better. In her first diginomica piece, SAP's Enakshi Singh explains the potential.
Fighting contagious diseases before they become epidemics is a huge global concern. SAP's Irfan Khan shares the origins of its project SORMAS, and why real-time technology can help prevent or minimize future epidemics
SAP's Irfan Kahn has seen customers tackling the Internet of Things, and poses the question: is your system - and business - ready?