Helpful information and examples on how to use SQL Server Integration Services.
Douglas already beat me to it, but I figured it was important enough to repeat incase you missed it the first time around.
I still don't fully understand why SAP is so popular. It's probably because I don't know enough about it, but it seems the more I get to know, the less appealing it is. Maybe there is a sudden "a ha!" moment when your SAP knowledge reaches a critical mass. Regardless, it was the biggest topic of conversation when I was helping out at TechReady last February, which is why I'm glad Microsoft has created an SAP Technical Guidance site.
The site has a lot of good content on making the most of your SAP ERP installation with SSIS and Office, as well as other Microsoft technologies. There are PDF white papers, power point slide decks, and also some video presentations.
I'm sure you can expect some content about using the new SAP BI connectors appearing when they are released later this year.
It should be noted that although the SAP R/3 connector comes through the "BizTalk Adapter Pack", you don't actually need a BizTalk installation to make use of them.