Sapphire Now

Wipro has successfully delivered numerous large-scale SAP implementation engagements globally. Our SAP team is now gearing up for the upcoming event Sapphire Now (June 3 – June 5, 2014), which is the world's most prominent business technology event and largest SAP customer focused conference.

Wipro is the highest level sponsor this year (SAPPHIRE level) and will be showcasing customer success stories and innovation use cases focused around the themes listed below:

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Tablets vs laptops vs Smartphones

Many people currently bring multi-part mobile gadgets to access information anyplace, anytime. But a question always lingers: between a smart phone, a laptop and tablet, what mobile device should you carry?

Smartphone and Tablet and Laptop are the most popular mobile devices. Mobility is the buzzword these days and this is precisely why electronic gadgets are becoming smaller and lighter. Laptops were invented to give a person ability to take his computer along with him anywhere. Technology has been moving ahead at a fast pace, so much so that mobile devices with internet connectivity are crossing the boundary lines and performing similar, overlapping functions.

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Security Risks in the Cloud

It's an era of mobile broadband, smart phones, and users who manage multiple computers and devices. Hence it makes sense to move email, photos, documents, calendar, notes, finances, and contacts to awesome web applications like Gmail, Evernote, Flickr, Google Docs, Mint, etc. But transferring any data to hosted web applications has its potential pitfalls and risks that get lost in all the hype around cloud-centric systems.

Cloud Computing represents one of the most significant shifts in IT, offering computing functions as a utility with promising innovations we cannot yet imagine. Customers are both excited and nervous at the prospects of Cloud Computing. They are excited by the opportunities to reduce capital costs and the chance to divest them of infrastructure management, and focus on core competencies.

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Ecommerce and Social Media

It's an era of mobile broadband, smart phones, and users who manage multiple computers and devices. Hence it makes sense to move email, photos, documents, calendar, notes, finances, and contacts to awesome web applications like Gmail, Evernote, Flickr, Google Docs, Mint, etc. But transferring any data to hosted web applications has its potential pitfalls and risks that get lost in all the hype around cloud-centric systems.

Cloud Computing represents one of the most significant shifts in IT, offering computing functions as a utility with promising innovations we cannot yet imagine. Customers are both excited and nervous at the prospects of Cloud Computing. They are excited by the opportunities to reduce capital costs and the chance to divest them of infrastructure management, and focus on core competencies. What excites them most is the agility offered by the on-demand provisioning of computing and the ability to align information technology with business strategies.

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