It’s Demo Jam evening at SAP TechEd Vienna – a unique event often described as “American Idol for Geeks” – participants get six minutes to wow the crowd with their innovative solutions based on SAP technology.
An overview of the opening Keynote of SAP TechEd Vienna, featuring Mark Yolton, Jim Snabe, Marge Breya and Ian Kimbell of SAP, and enterprise architect Nayaki Nayyar of Valero Energy.
Some people are too scared to use the PowerPoint Twitter Tools, because they’re worried about what their audience will say. To combat this fear, the tools now support moderated tweets, using the TidyTweet service.
It’s not only organizations that struggle with errors due to manual spreadsheets — here’s a nice example from Slate and the State of Maryland.
SAP Research’s new Gravity Prototype gives a glimpse of the collaboration-enabled business future. Using Google Wave, participants can easily model new business workflows in near-real time.
The PowerPoint Twitter Tools have been updated, with new features and an additional interactive tool, the PowerPoint Crowd Meter
Ever wanted to integrate Twitter streams into PowerPoint? Now you can, with some new prototypes built using SAP BusinessObjects Xcelsius…
New Web 2.0 presentation tools give presenters the opportunity to view and react to twitter feeds in real-time, and let the audience vote on options via Twitter, without any extra screens or resources, based on SAP BusinessObjects’ Xcelsius dashboarding technology.