New year, new start – January is the time when most organisations are setting objectives and reviewing key areas of improvement within their business. Whether you’re looking to drive efficiency and savings, or planning a move to SAP S/4 HANA or the Cloud, having optimised SAP data and systems in place are guaranteed steps towards achieving your business goals this year.
But did you know that 80% of resolutions fail by February? As experts in SAP archiving, decommissioning, and content management, we can help make sure you reach your database management goals and implement lasting changes that will deliver the measurable business benefits needed in 2021.
Four new year’s resolutions for your SAP data management strategy:
1. Get lean:
Drive significant cost savings and reduce business risk through effective SAP archiving. A typical saving for a customer that has a 5-year-old 5TB system is 50%.
2. Get fitter:
Save up to 80% of the total cost of ownership and free-up internal resources to focus on innovation by decommissioning your legacy systems landscape.
3. Get healthier:
With a renewed look at your content management strategy, you will be able to drive business efficiencies and optimise your systems.
4. Get more agile:
By rightsizing your SAP database prior to a move the SAP HANA or the cloud, you ensure you only take across what is really needed, archive what you need to keep access to, and purge what is no longer required.
Mastering GDPR compliance for your HR data in SAP
With new data protection regulations being introduced across the globe, there is an increased focus on protection and removal of data for data subjects and, an increased focus compliance for employee data.
How to archive SAP data without extending your IT infrastructure
Move historical data to external storages, while it remains integrated with the SAP system and enjoy the benefits of lower TCO, ease of maintenance and significantly smaller upgrade efforts as a result.
GDPR compliance for SAP systems by ILM Retention Management and Simplified blocking
An introduction to how the SAP ILM solution architecture is leveraged to comply with regulations for experienced SAP system administrators to understand the concept prior to technical enablement.