Topic: "Cloud Computing"

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The Pros and Cons of Cloud Based ERP Implementations

October 16th 2012

ERP, or Enterprise Resource Planning, has revolutionised the way in which we communicate, delegate, and facilitate the everyday facets of business. Thanks to highly advanced software and networking systems, we have spent the last 20 years moving towards a business schematic that is based on everyone staying informed, and bolstering communication amongst all departments and [...]

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The Four USPs of Cloud Computing

September 20th 2012

You have most likely already heard the term “cloud computing” being used by journalists, particularly in business terms. But what you might not have realised is that the cloud can be extremely useful for people with small businesses also. Cloud computing enables users to store data in the “cloud” and access that data using any [...]

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Cloud Computing: A Cost-Saving Option for Businesses

August 29th 2012

As a business owner, saving money while providing a high level of service to your customers and your staff is critical. Increasingly, companies are turning to cloud computing to streamline information technology costs. Cloud computing also frees up IT staff members from maintenance duties. Cloud computing can be a money saving option whether you opt [...]

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Software Trend-Watch 2: Rise In Business-Driven R&D

November 8th 2011

Get ready to embrace the power of failure. That’s a hard statement to swallow at a time when the economy appears to be teetering once again. But, Steven Kane says, the Cloud puts hope on the horizon in ways no one has thought of before. “The Cloud allows people to experiment with low cost, which means[...]

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On-Demand Webinar: Translating the Cloud

November 1st 2011

Get real answers to your questions about the cloud. Watch this 45 minute webcast presented by software industry consultant, Joe ThinkTank.

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There Are Mountains in Those Clouds

May 12th 2011

Businesses are increasingly considering storing their critical data remotely and accessing it online via “the cloud”. Cost savings and quicker deployment are often touted as the biggest advantages of riding the cloud. However, there is fear of the cloud. Related Posts:SaaS or Not: Does Software as a Service Fit your Company?How to Mitigate the Risks [...]

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10 Things You Need to Know about Accounting & ERP in the Cloud

May 3rd 2011

There is a pervasive perception that moving accounting systems to the cloud is reserved for smaller businesses, but don’t dismiss the software-as-a-service model so fast. Related Posts:On-Demand Webinar: Translating the CloudWhy Small and Medium Businesses Should Consider ERP CloudSoftware Trend-Watch 2: Rise In Business-Driven R&DWhy CFOs are Bucking the SaaS Trend

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SaaS or Not: Does Software as a Service Fit your Company?

February 15th 2011

The buzz over Software as a Service (SaaS) continues to grow. Many SaaS-based providers are positioning their products as the only option for organizations looking to make a smart business software purchase. Related Posts:There Are Mountains in Those CloudsWhy CFOs are Bucking the SaaS TrendHow to Mitigate the Risks of SaaSPrivacy Laws Outdated for Age [...]

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Security Concerns in the Cloud

January 11th 2011

The cloud offers many benefits to businesses: large capital expenditures become a thing of the past; information can be accessed from anywhere; and time is freed up for your IT department, just to name a few. However, smart businesses also need to consider the potential dangers it poses before moving to the cloud. Related Posts:The [...]

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Privacy Laws Outdated for Age of Cloud Computing

September 27th 2010

Last week, privacy rights advocates charged that stronger laws protecting information stored in the cloud are long overdue, otherwise stormy weather may be imminent.Last week, privacy rights advocates charged that stronger laws protecting information stored in the cloud are long overdue, otherwise stormy weather may be imminent. Related Posts:On-Demand Webinar: Translating the CloudThere Are Mountains [...]

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Why CFOs are Bucking the SaaS Trend

September 1st 2010

The Software as a Service (Saas) trend has been steadily growing over the last decade. Interestingly, some companies that cloud computing is aimed at, small and medium-sized businesses, are now bucking the trend and instead favor on-premise software. The Software as a Service (Saas) trend has been steadily growing over the last decade. Interestingly, some [...]

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How to Mitigate the Risks of SaaS

September 1st 2010

Given the hubbub around Software as a Service (SaaS), you’re forgiven if your head is in the clouds. Also known as cloud computing, SaaS is the delivery of a business management solution online.Given the hubbub around Software as a Service (SaaS), you’re forgiven if your head is in the clouds. Also known as cloud computing, [...]