SAP AG is a German multinational software company based in Walldorf, Baden-Württemberg. It develops enterprise software to manage business operations and customer relations. The company is the world’s leading enterprise resource planning software vendor.
Many companies running SAP Software need reliable partners to support their operational business. There are many needs, such as support for managing hard and SAP Installations, perform user management services, such as day-to-day user management as well as running Segregation of Duties reports and assist customers mitigating and resolving SoD related issues.. Providing In-House support for various business streams (Order to Cash, Procure To Pay, Record to Report, Plan to Produce etc.) can be costly, as employee retention and training can be expensive. Many employees, after they have acquired a few years of experience, may decide to move on to a higher paid position with a competitor or with a consulting firm.
Training is another considerable investment in regards to beginning in-house SAP support operations. Working with an external SAP support team proves advantageous as the team members, with the experience they have, are trained on the essential aspects of SAP support.
As many times it is not feasible to have in-house expertise, consulting companies can leverage their pool of consultants by offering on demand or full time support to SAP Customers who don’t have the manpower to support the business.
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Being on social media and publishing and sharing your work helps to get you noticed and sometimes become famous. Having a lot of followers with lots of likes and sharing your images makes you feel good. However, there is also a downside sharing your work. It doesn’t matter if you put a watermark as there are people with bad intentions out there. I came across an issue where a photographer started a discussion on sharing photos without giving credit to the photographer on Twitter. The perpetrator in question not only misappropriated images, but also cropped photos so that AI Image search services would not find the photos and also removed watermarks. After doing a deep dive into this, I noticed that the Twitter profile in question stole many photos, telling these were all the thief’s own photos, taken in Vancouver, Canada. The problem was, that some of the birds probably don’t even exist in Canada (one photo apparently taken in Canada was actually taken in Scotland by a well known Wildlife photographer. You cannot make this s#it up!
In this particular case, someone wanted to cause damage to a photographer by impersonating them. This is a very bad thing to do. I am not sure if the perpetrator was identified and caught, but as you can see, we live in a clown world today.
Once you call the individuals out, they will most likely block you and continue their shenanigans with the same account or setup another social media account. Oftentimes they also use the name of well established photographers and impersonate them. They may even want to defraud innocent people into buying the stolen photos to make a quick buck or two. Never purchase anything from unknown people until you did a thorough background check and also talked with the artist personally over the phone (Zoom / Google meet).
Fortunately, you are not alone and your fellow photographers will most likely give you a heads up if they see your work being ‘stolen’ by others. You may be able to hire a lawyer and submit a Cease and Desist Letter to the person committing a Copyright Infringement, but with Twitter allowing anonymous accounts, may be difficult and costly to do. Probably best to report the infringement to the Social Media operator and have the account committing the Copyright infringement terminated. The perpetrators will most likely setup another account and start the scheme all over again.
One thing you can do is to be vigilant and use tools like images.google.com and/or TinEye.com To be honest, TinEye doesn’t work great for me and I had more luck finding copyright infringement cases via images.google.com
I hope this article was somehow helpful and gives you some insight on the issues that can arise when you upload your photos on social media. In some cases, your photos can be used for nefarious causes and get you into troubles as you are the copyright owner of the photo, especially if you share photos with recognizable people and/or property. Just be vigilant and careful with what you share. For covering you from a legal side, you can see if the “Contracts & Forms Bundle for Photographers” works for you. (sponsored link).
Fortunately, this episode had a happy ending as of the writing of this article, the account of the perpetrator has been deleted.
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What is sensor dust? It is dust that settles on your camera’s sensor. Your sensor can get dust on it when you’re changing lenses or anytime your camera’s insides are exposed to air. Sometimes even new cameras have sensor dust!
If you’ve ever seen those tiny spots in your pictures, usually noticeable on blue sky, you’ve seen sensor dust. You know it can be quite annoying and distracting and can ruin good pictures.
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Why is sensor dust bad?
Sensor dust is not something you want in your camera. Like I mentioned above, it can ruin your images. You can Photoshop it out, but this is incredibly monotonous and time-consuming.
If dust stays on your sensor, it can become thicker, more noticeable, and harder to remove. If you notice sensor dust in your camera you should get rid of it as soon as possible.
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