Information Governance: SAP Sapphire—Wrapped Up Nicely with a Lagniappe for You!

lagniappe.pngHaving called New Orleans my home for some time I learned by unexpected pleasure the meaning of the word “lagniappe”. It is a French word meaning “an unexpected gift or benefit” which is what you and other technology and industry professionals experienced last week at the HP booth at SAP Sapphire and learned about our newest offering—Enterprise Governance Repository!

 

Enterprise Governance Repository is a solution developed with Attunity that allows you to retain, search and query all of your SAP and non-SAP data.

 

Thanks to the openness of the solution, HP Enterprise Governance Repository enables an organization to search and query all data sources, which means no limits to accessing data—a lagniappe when it comes to conveniently accessing and getting more out of your data.

 

If you missed the conference, or just want to learn more, please email us at hpsdm.cloud@hp.com.

 

#HPIGB, #HPSDM

 

Like this blog post? Check out:
Information Governance: Structured Data Archiving Takes Center Stage by Becky Arenson
Information Governance: Simplifying Legacy Data Cleanup with HP Autonomy Professional Services by Joe Garber
Information Governance: Not all cloud-based archiving is created equal by Luis Romero

 

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