Category Archives: IT

Cloud Infographic  – 5 Ways To Become Extinct As Big Data Evolves

Cloud Infographic – 5 Ways To Become Extinct As Big Data Evolves

Cloud Infographic – 5 Ways To Become Extinct As Big Data Evolves The enterprise is currently in a ‘Big Data Limbo’, where leadership has begun, or is preparing to invest in analytics – but lacks clear direction with where and how to implement.  The technology is powerful, and like the moniker suggests, “Big Data” is

How Cloud Computing Will Help Your Small Business

How Cloud Computing Will Help Your Small Business

How Cloud Computing Will Help Your Small Business The days of storing paper files in stacks of boxes are long over. But digital storage for small businesses can still be a headache without the right technology. Cloud computing, however, is an easy and data-friendly way to keep every file you need safe and easily accessible

Dreamforce13: A Heavyweight Event For CRM And The Cloud

Dreamforce13: A Heavyweight Event For CRM And The Cloud

Dreamforce13: A Heavyweight Event For CRM And The Cloud San Francisco’s Moscone Centre is rocking again this week with a huge meeting of minds and talents hosted by Salesforce.com. The event, called Dreamforce13 features keynotes from industry heavyweights such as SalesForce CEO Marc Benioff, FaceBook COO Sheryl Sandberg, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, and evangelists such

Cloud Infographic – Top Cloud Contact Center Trends In 2014

Cloud Infographic – Top Cloud Contact Center Trends In 2014

Cloud Infographic – Top Cloud Contact Center Trends In 2014 Here is an insightful infographic by Connectfirst which provides a list of some of the main key investment priorities for contact center executives over the next 18 months. Inforaphic Source: http://www.connectfirst.com

The High Cost Of Cloud Service Provider Downtime

The High Cost Of Cloud Service Provider Downtime

The High Cost Of Cloud Service Provider Downtime With so many businesses moving over the cloud, even just a few minutes of service provider downtime can have a massive effect not only on individual businesses, but on the economy as a whole. Over the last five years, there has been an estimated 568 hours of