Steve Manik is an IT professional with more than seven years of SAP functional consulting experience in SAP MM SD and FI/CO PA BW. He is passionate about writing about, researching and testing new technologies in the IT world.
Recent Articles by Steve Manik
Despite a few solid criticisms, techies are still waiting to embrace Windows 8 and its array of new features.
This software development method encourages collaboration and flexibility to help deliver a high-quality product.
Despite a few flaws, no other language matches up to Java in terms of flexibility and seamless integration with other frameworks and technologies.
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The 4th Era of IT Infrastructure: Superconverged Systems:
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- Feb22 The DBA’s Dream: Discovery & Management Across the Environment
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