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If you haven’t already noticed, in some SAP support packages several T-Codes have been replaced with other T-Codes. These changes create a challenge in maintaining your company’s authorizations, and there are also implications to the GRC module. So, what do you do?

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In 1914, American judge Louis Brandeis coined the famous quote “Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants,” and it has proven to be most accurate in 2014 too.

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In many organizations, the access to the sensitive SAP T-Code SU01 is much wider than needed. Let's explore why.

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(This is the short version of an article regarding the most popular T-Code used to analyze SAP Authorizations. Download the full SUIM article including examples and screenshots).

When it comes to SAP audit time, auditors will direct security administrators to run a set of reports on User Information System using SAP Transaction, or T-Code, “SUIM”. This allows them to inquire on users’ SAP authorization data and sensitive objects.

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IT activities in most enterprises fall under internal rules and regulations. Transferring objects to the production environment or creating them – is no different. Companies usually have a process for transferring T-Codes into the production environment or creating new user queries in the global queries area. Such a process begins with creating the object in the development system according to a design case; followed by testing it in the development system, transferring it to QA, running tests, getting approval from the user and finally transferring it to production. Quite a straightforward process, and in most cases works well.

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Pay (only) as you use – innovative approach? Indeed (although we have already recommended a similar approach in SAP licensing by concurrent users, suggesting that companies pay only for the licenses they really need). I am a big believer in SAP® and also in methods that enable enterprises to better use SAP. One such method is pay (only) as you use. This can be achieved by implementing the concept of usage inspection in every aspect and angle of a business. Effective ERP usage inspection enables companies to pay only for software/programs/applications that are actually being used. In this blog post I am referring to internal payment processes, which organizations can really implement very easily.

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What may be considered by a programmer as just playing around might end up as a security nightmare for a SAP® based enterprise. I actually want this to sound dramatic and grab your attention – I have dealt with the consequences of bored programmers' actions too many times...

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In order to manage a Segregation of Duties project successfully, it is essential that you eliminate business risk across your organization. To accomplish this you need to implement a comprehensive rule-set.

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