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Secure SAP HANA systems from cyber espionage, sabotage, and fraud

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Improperly configuring SAP HANA has a huge impact on security, as SAP HANA stores an organization’s most important assets, including customer data, product pricing, financial statements, employee information, supply chains, business intelligence, budgeting, planning and forecasting.
Therefore, it is indispensable to master details associated risk, and clearly identify how to properly audit an SAP HANA system. If left unsecured, an attacker could access any communication ports to perform espionage, sabotage, and fraud attacks.
Based on these realities, Onapsishas released SAP HANA System Security Review Part 2. This publication analyzes SAP HANA Internal Communication Channels, details associated risk, and identifies how to properly audit an SAP HANA system. 
One can observe that, as the 13th edition in the SAP Security In-Depth series, SAP HANA System Security Review Part 2 describes how to update the SAP HANA platform, noting new improvements in each Support Package. 
SAP HANA System Sec…

Video Communications Platform as a Service in our ever-connected digital world

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Video Communications Platform as a Service is poised to transform a wide range of applications and business processes, According to IDC.

For those who are unfamiliar, Video communications platform as a service (PaaS) is billed now, as, a radical new approach to building real-time video communications applications.
In effect, Video PaaS is quickly helping developers to embed real-time video into mobile apps, Web sites, or business processes. 
Video PaaS can deliver live, two-way video with business-grade performance using an API-first product strategy centered on mobile end points. 
Video PaaS drives a much lower cost compared to premises-based video solutions. There are no up-front hardware or software costs, no contracts or commitments, and no subscription fees. Payment is based on micro-billing tied to actual usage. 
The video PaaS market currently consists of a patchwork of individual use cases and specialized applications.