These days most corporate networks are directly connected to the internet or exposed to computers that have been. Let’s face it, the modern corporate network is exposed and difficult to secure.
I was fortunate enough to attend Microsoft’s World Wide Partner Conference (WPC) in Washington DC last week and I have to say what a great experience it was and a refreshing view of what a Microsoft conference can be.
As organisations both large and small continue their never-ending quest to find ways to do things better, faster and more affordably, cloud computing remains a hot topic of interest.
One of the most topical technology issues facing small businesses today is whether to maintain an on-premise systems infrastructure or move to the cloud. Increasingly, businesses are seeing the merits of cloud services and are diving into the cloud with great enthusiasm.
Product improvements are occurring cloud first. One thing you’ll notice is that Microsoft is pushing the cloud very heavily today. So if you’re on Office 365 you will get the latest and greatest new benefits and features straight away at your fingertips.
So you’ve decided you need a new financials /ERP business system to support your business. What is the total cost of ownership (TCO)? How much is it going to cost you?
When considering a migration to the cloud, most systems and applications need to be treated on a case-by-case basis, but does the same apply for Exchange? The short answer is no.
Is cloud computing about to wipe out traditional on-premise computing? Has it reached a tipping point?
If you have recently considered the question, “should I put my CRM in the cloud”, then this blog is for you. I’ll take you through the reasons for and against hosted CRM in the cloud, and the different choices and considerations available to you. You should find this helps you choose where to locate your business’s CRM system.
Another cloud term has recently started to surface, hyper-hybrid cloud. What is it? Is it real? Do we need yet another cloud term in what seems like a zealous cloud obsessed IT industry?