Google’s Project Glass smart glasses initiative is generating a lot of excitement among technology enthusiasts. Now SAP and Vuzix have teamed up to create augmented reality glasses, showing that they are not just for consumers but for manufacturers, logistics companies, and service technicians as well. (more…)
SAP today announced that it is building on its collaboration with Google to help customers manage large data volumes in intuitive, visual displays and facilitate faster, more-informed decisions. SAP plans to enhance its business analytics software with location-based data capabilities, allowing people to interact with real-time information via Google Maps. The plans continue a strong history of collaboration between the companies, most recently on advances for SAP StreamWork.
SAP has announced that it is building on its collaboration with Google to help customers manage large data volumes in intuitive, visual displays and facilitate faster, more-informed decisions. The following screenshots provide a closer look at how the on-premise, on-demand and on-device solutions can allow people to view specific details by location and even analyze data directly within the interactive maps. (more…)
Watch how SAP and Google are pairing enterprise applications with consumer-friendly tools to bring “big data” to life. With location-based intelligence capabilities from SAP, people will be able to interact with real-time information via Google Maps and Google Earth to analyze their businesses in a geospatial context to better understand the “where” of their information. (more…)
In my last blog post, I announced our plans to migrate the core of our current SCN social media platform to the Jive Social Business System (internally dubbed “Project SCNergy”). With Jive’s announcement last week that its version 5 is now generally available (GA), I thought it would be a good time to introduce one of the coolest new aspects of Jive 5 that will fundamentally add value to your SCN experience – and in much the same way that other familiar social networks, like Facebook and Twitter and Google+, do today. (more…)
It’s been an exciting couple of months for SAP StreamWork. If you’re one the many users of our collaborative decision-making software, you probably noticed that we recently added support for OpenSocial – a common set of programming standards used by many social web applications.
What does this mean? Well, to start, as a user you now have access to a much wider array of tools and capabilities. And, if you’re a developer using the OpenSocial API, you can register your application with SAP StreamWork to make it available to our users via the tools catalog. Big things! (more…)
Broadening the range of tools and functionality available to users of the SAP StreamWork application, SAP is introducing support for OpenSocial, a common set of programming standards used by many social web applications.
Developers of applications using the popular OpenSocial API (application programming interface) can now register their tools with SAP StreamWork and make them available to users via the “Tools Catalog” in SAP StreamWork. Read the newsbyte.
- Staff and volunteers use SAP StreamWork and Google Docs to organize activities, including their recent holiday program.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog post from Tom Allebach, executive director for Manna on Main Street, a community service organization that serves the needy in the greater North Penn community outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Manna on Main Street was founded in 1981 and provides a soup kitchen, a food cupboard and a variety of other programs to help individuals in need. Our vision for Manna on Main Street is “that everyone might be fed.” As we need to have every dollar possible directed to helping people, software to support our organization needs to be affordable, work with our existing applications and be easy to access and use for our staff and 1,000 volunteers. (more…)