Support your organization's adoption of SAP S/4HANA by constructing a business value case. In this session, learn why the move to SAP S/4HANA is the ideal time to consider your cloud strategy. Microsoft cloud services have been certified by the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security. Hear how one customer has increased business agility and performance, driven transformation, and reduced costs by running SAP S/4HANA on Microsoft Azure.
Attend this session to:
- Learn about what this certification means for protected B services
- Learn about the resources available to support public sector organizations
- Explore some of the considerations for the shared responsibility model for security and privacy
MEET THE EXPERTS
Simon Cole is a National SAP on Azure Sales Specialist for Microsoft Canada. He works with some of Microsoft’s largest and most strategic customers, planning their journeys to Azure for their SAP applications – whether it be ECC infrastructure migrations, re-platforming to new databases, or planning their S/4HANA journey. Simon has helped clients with Enterprise Infrastructure and Software Solutions for over 25 years, with experience in Northern Europe as well as the Americas.
John Weigelt leads Microsoft Canada’s strategic policy and technology efforts. Mr. Weigelt helps individuals and organizations across Canada innovate with technology while avoiding the unintended consequences that might arise. He is accountable for demonstrating how Microsoft cloud services exceed Canadian compliance requirements for government and other regulated industries. He also leads Microsoft Canada’s Responsible AI program and was one of the authors of Canada’s National Standard on Ethics in the Design and Use of Automated Decision Systems.
James directs the technical implementation the Government of Canada’s new financial system based on SAP S/4HANA deployed on MS Azure. He also is responsible for the technical operations of two SAP workloads supporting 14 federal departments and agencies and over $300 billion in federal spending authorities and recently oversaw the migration of these workloads from legacy datacenters to MS Azure.