HotNews – Stay on Top of SAP News


HotNews is Romania’s oldest and biggest news website, focused on politics, current affairs, and finance. It publishes news, opinion pieces, and interviews, as well as video documentaries. It has a huge readership and aims to provide news that’s relevant to Romanians’ lives.

The HotNews newsletter is a great way to stay on top of SAP news. It offers timely updates and news on various SAP products, updates, and software components. You can even customize the service to meet your unique application requirements. There’s also a filter option that makes it easy to find the news you need.

To subscribe to HotNews, AUGI members can log in to their MY AUGI profile and click on the “Subscribe to HotNews” option. From there, you can choose what topics you’d like to receive and how often you’d like to receive the newsletter. Once you’ve done that, you’ll receive the latest edition of HotNews every month.

You can also find HotNews in the New subtab. To create a new change request, click on the “Create Change Request” button. This will generate a change request in the background. You can then enhance it in a new session. You can also see which HotNews generated the change request.

HotNews is a free news service that keeps you updated on products and software components. It has useful filtering options and RSS feed, so you can subscribe to specific topics and software components. There are also industry-specific news updates. And, if you’re a business or individual looking for fresh content, HotNews is the right place to be.

HotNews is an excellent news resource for IT professionals. You can filter the content to find only the most relevant articles. You can also subscribe to modules, fixes, or Important Notes to stay on top of SAP news. The HotNews application is free and frequently updated, which is important for IT professionals who need to keep up with industry changes.

HotNews is one of Romania’s oldest news websites. It covers a variety of topics including politics, current affairs, and finance. It features articles, opinion pieces, videos, and interviews. Though the site is Romanian, its content is accessible to people worldwide. Subscribers can choose to receive updates by email or RSS, depending on the topic they want to follow.

While “hot news” has some negative connotations, it has some legitimate applications. For example, the Supreme Court recognized the concept of hot news in 1918 when the International News Service was accused of stealing war reports from AP reporters in Europe. In the years since, hot news has expanded to other jurisdictions, but copyright laws still apply in some instances.