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Five Minute Briefing - SAP
November 16, 2022

Published in conjunction with the Independent SAP Technical User Group (formerly the International Sybase User Group), this monthly publication contains news, market research, insight for the SAP user community, as well as ISUG-TECH news and information.

News Flashes

Avantra, provider of an AIOps platform for SAP operations automation, is releasing Avantra 23, delivering updates that improve service quality for SAP operations with ready-to-use workflow automation templates, including SAP system refresh, automated SAP security analysis, and much more.

Gavdi A/S, a Gavdi Group company, announced that its archiving solution Easy Archives is now available on the SAP Store, enabling HR professionals to significantly speed up HR processes by converting business documents into digital records that can be electronically archived, efficiently managed, and easily accessed.

SAP released 14 new and updated Security Notes, including four HotNews Notes and three High Priority notes. ORL detected that the application allows an unauthenticated attacker to craft a legitimate looking URL, which redirects the victim to a malicious site when clicked. This can result in disclosure or modification of the victim's information. 

SAP announced new innovations, milestones, and areas of focus in spend management—highlighting successful partnerships this year and in the years to come. Government agencies and highly regulated industries in the United States have access to SAP's market-leading spend management and business network solutions, deployed with enterprise-grade security.

Think About It

When designing a data center, a recognized set of principles is typically followed. Scalability, resiliency, reliability, and sustainability are all essential, but the most important common feature for data center products may be flexibility. The equipment cabinet should likewise be flexible, but this has not always been the case. There has been a rethinking of the way IT infrastructure, power, and cooling converge—and the data center cabinet is starting to adapt.