Peter Sayer

Staff Writer

Peter Sayer covers enterprise applications for CIO.com.

SAP wants to woo businesses back to its CRM

How 3D printing can affect your supply chain

How 3D printing can affect your supply chain

3D printing has been used for prototyping for decades, but now it’s starting to creep into production process too. Even if you’re not printing things yourself, that change is going to have implications for your supply chain management....

Internet exchange points team up to bring better MANRS to the internet

Internet exchange points team up to bring better MANRS to the internet

Enterprises stand to benefit from ISOC's latest campaign to get IXPs to clean up internet routing security

The biggest AI startup deals of 2018

The biggest AI startup deals of 2018

Total investments in U.S. venture-backed artificial intelligence companies topped $1.9 billion in the first quarter of 2018, the highest ever. Here's where the money went.

Indirect access: SAP offers a new way to pay

Indirect access: SAP offers a new way to pay

SAP is inviting customers to pay for its software per record created when they access it indirectly through third-party apps and services, and not per named user as it does today.

SAP will shut down SAP Anywhere service for SMBs

SAP will shut down SAP Anywhere service for SMBs

Two years after its launch, the service had attracted around 30 active customers.

EU plans special tax on digital services revenue

EU plans special tax on digital services revenue

The European Union plans to make cross-border digital service providers pay tax in the countries where they do business, a move that will affect not just Google and Facebook but European companies too.

SAP settles licensing dispute with AB InBev

SAP settles licensing dispute with AB InBev

SAP wanted $600 million in damages, both companies are keeping quiet about whether AB InBev paid.

2017's biggest tech mergers and acquisitions

2017's biggest tech mergers and acquisitions

It's been a busy year for mergers and acquisitions in the IT industry, with a number of billion-dollar deals that did happen, or may yet do so. There's been action in cloud services, storage, microprocessors and transport. Here's our...

Is your digital transformation behind the curve? See how you compare

Is your digital transformation behind the curve? See how you compare

Businesses around the world are undergoing, or at least planning, digital transformations. Yours might be one of them. Here's your chance to see how you measure up against 1,625 global business leaders questioned on their attitudes to...

Hewlett Packard Enterprise opens app store for factories

Hewlett Packard Enterprise opens app store for factories

Hewlett Packard Enterprise wants to make it almost as easy for production managers to deploy new software to the factory floor as to their mobile phone.

SAP wants to embrace all your data stores with Data Hub

SAP wants to embrace all your data stores with Data Hub

If data warehouses are for tidiness freaks (information packaged into neat inferences, sorted and stacked, the rest discarded) and data lakes are for hoarders (tip everything in, you never know what might be useful) then SAP's new...

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