Couldn't make it to Orlando for SAP's annual Sapphire show? No problem. These five blog posts will tell you everything you need to know about the event and the future challenges and strategies for the enterprise software giant. \n\n1. SAPPHIRE 2010: The Wrap \nBy Dennis Howlett, ZDNet's Irregular Enterprise blog \nTwitter: @dahowlett \n\n2. Sapphire 2010 Brings Customers Back to a Sense of Normalcy\nBy Ray Wang, Software Insider Point of View blog\nTwitter: @rwang0 \n\n3. SAP: Now Get Back to Work!\nBy Vinnie Mirchandani, Deal Architect blog\nTwitter: @dealarchitect \n\n4. SAP Gets Mojo Back: Enterprise 3.0\nBy Oliver Marks, ZDNet's Collaboration 2.0 blog \nTwitter: @olivermarks \n\n5. SAPPHIRE 2010: SAP Embraces People, By Design\nBy Sameer Patel, Pretzel Logic blog \nTwitter: @SameerPatel \n\n[If you want to read what CIO.com's enterprise software blogger, Thomas Wailgum, thought of SAP Sapphire, see SAP Sapphire 2010: Observations, News and Tweets.] \n\n Do you Tweet? Follow me on Twitter @twailgum. Follow everything from CIO.com on Twitter @CIOonline.