Seven More Questions for SAP's Co-CEO Bill McDermott

Seven More Questions for SAP's Co-CEO Bill McDermott

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New The last time we heard from SAP co-CEO Bill McDermott, he talked a great deal about a then-upcoming product strategy called HANA. The idea was to move all of SAP’s existing business applications into a high-performance appliance, where the database runs in memory, and is more responsive to requests. In...
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