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SAP says it has shut down its cloud-based SAP Services business

SAP says its cloud service has shuttered.

The move is a response to the cloud’s rapid growth in use by the companies biggest customers.

SAP is also taking a more active role in its SAP Cloud business, the SAP Cloud Platform, to enable a more agile, more responsive and more agile way to build products.

The company says the Cloud Platform includes new features that it says are designed to accelerate the adoption of SAP products across the company’s enterprise.

For SAP Cloud, SAP is focusing on two types of applications that are important to the business.

The first is SAP’s data center.

It has been the focus of SAP’s effort to provide a reliable and scalable platform for data center operations.

The second is SAP Cloud Workstation.

The platform is used by a wide range of business applications, including SAP Cloud Mobile and SAP Cloud Desktop.

SAP Cloud is the cloud platform that powers SAP’s SAP cloud solutions.

SAP says Cloud Workserver will provide more of the same functionality.

SAP has been a cloud provider since 2011 and the company says its first cloud offering was SAP Cloud Services in 2012.

The cloud has seen rapid growth, with SAPs cloud revenues rising from $11.9 billion in 2016 to $14.3 billion in 2020, or up 17% from the year before.

The results are also helping the company maintain its lead as a cloud player, with cloud revenues up 40% in the past five years.

Indonesia’s Siam Commercial Bank is buying up $50bn of commercial banks in a deal worth $70bn

The Indonesian Commercial Bank (JICB) has purchased $50 billion worth of commercial bank assets.

The Indonesian Securities and Exchange Commission (ISA) announced the acquisition on Friday.

The acquisition will allow the JICB to acquire commercial banks at a rate of $70 billion per annum, the ISA said.

It said the Jicb would also be able to use the funds to invest in capital infrastructure projects and invest in the country’s infrastructure.

The bank, which is based in Surabaya, is a subsidiary of the Indonesia State Investment Fund (Indus) that has a stake in more than 150 commercial banks and has an annual turnover of $15 billion.

It has been in private hands since 2012 and is run by the Jolicar Bank Group, which was formed in 2009 by two Indonesian businessmen.