If you’re an IT pro you have done the research and you understand the basics of cloud. You may even really “get it” and want to make a shift in how your company does business by moving more mission critical servers to cloud. Often however there is a large chasm to cross in order to…Details
The Internet… has transformed the way we research, compare and consider information – this is especially true for purchasing decisions.Details
Today it’s possible to have a data warehouse in the cloud that you can access with business intelligence software running as a service and connect to cloud-based ERP like Microsoft Dynamics. Sales and marketing people are likely familiar with Salesforce.com, the leading SaaS CRM. SaaS is also becoming the standard for order management, compensation, quote…Details
IoT is being talked about in every trade rag and technology blog you can think of but there really hasn’t been a business case to justify large companies to invest in their network infrastructure to support it. That may be about to change. The Internet of Things has arrived at the NFL in a big…Details
It should come as no surprise that science fiction writers have often provided early ideas for future technologies. From the advanced submarine imagined by Jules Verne in his 1870 novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea to the gesture-based user interface in the 2002 Movie: Minority Report. There are countless examples of science fiction works…Details
For a growing business one location is typically not enough. As the business grows you may prefer to set up multiple offices to attract different regions of customers and to make doing business with you more convenient to your clients. Growth can create logistics complexities you never planned on.
Most small businesses don’t have the budget for enterprise software, expensive hardware – or an elaborate website. But as your business grows, adding products or services, as well as customers, employees and new locations, it makes sense to invest in technology to help manage that growth. Does that mean you need to invest in an…Details
In today’s world most organizations cannot function without access to their core IT systems. CIO’s and business owners recognize the need for off-site data center protection. The challenges and costs of conventional disaster recovery can be un-realistic.
In most cases the traditional enterprise is slow to adapt to emerging trends. However more smaller more agile companies are taking advantage of technology and the enterprise now needs to react faster to emerging trends and new technologies to stay competitive. Here are 3 technologies companies should leverage into powerful business solutions: