Mobilizing Your Enterprise with SAP

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The mobile revolution is everywhere, and now’s the time to learn about how you can apply it to SAP. Whether you’re a manager or an SAP consultant/developer charged with mobilizing an enterprise, this is the book you need to get started right now. Discover the different types of mobile solutions that SAP offers, and get detailed, expert insights on the concepts and technologies involved in the development of mobile applications, such as Sybase Unwired Platform (SUP), SAP NetWeaver Gateway, SAP Afaria, and others. With this introduction, you’ll be ready to make your way in an unwired world. 1. Mobile Strategy Benefit from expert guidance and practical recommendations for developing a mobile enterprise strategy. 2. SAP Mobile Platform Understand the main components of the SAP Mobile Platform, including Sybase Unwired Platform, SAP Afaria, and SAP NetWeaver Gateway. 3. SAP Mobile Applications in Action Familiarize yourself with some of SAP’s key mobile applications, and learn how their features can help your business. 4. SAP Mobile Application Development Get an introduction to the world of SAP mobile development: mobile business objects, Data, and more. 5. Hybrid and Native Applications Explore your options for hybrid versus native applications, and get specific examples of how to build both. Highlights Include: Mobile enterprise strategy Mobile application categories SAP Mobile Platform Sybase Unwired Platform SAP Afaria SAP NetWeaver Gateway Examples of SAP mobile applications Mobile security OData MBOs Hybrid Web Container development Native development

Red Tears and Rib Bones: A True Story of Anorexia, Sexual Abuse, and Self-Mutilation

Eating Disorders
State of Arizona, County of Maricopa, Affidavit: “Patient is a thirty-six-year-old Caucasian female admitted on a court-ordered evaluation secondary to her refusal to eat or drink and having to be fed by a feeding tube. Patient’s admit weight is sixty-five pounds. She is 5' 7". Her glucose level is life threatening at forty. Her electrolyte levels are abnormal. She is clearly in a compromised medical situation. In spite of being emaciated and malnourished, patient considered herself as “medium or over-medium” in size. Patient also admitted frequent nightmares and flashbacks related to sexual abuse that happened to her during her pre-teen years, admits being very concerned about symmetry and perfection, and counts in equal series of threes to calm herself down. The calorie count for the last twenty-four hours was zero.”