Managed Services Providers (MSPs) – Urged To Embrace The Cloud

Managed Services Providers (MSPs) – Urged To Embrace The Cloud

Managed Services Providers (MSPs)  If you’ve been observant of the MSP industry over the last two years, you’ve no doubt noticed that it has had significant difficulty expanding its service capabilities and growing its revenue stream around cloud computing. At least that was the analysis of recent market research studies assessing the status of cloud computing within service provider businesses. Service Leadership Inc. — who’s website ticker displays the most recent four quarters of financial…

Top Trending Mobile Resources – Mobile Apps For Business

Top Trending Mobile Resources – Mobile Apps For Business

Mobile Apps for Business Expensify’s founder and CEO, David Barrett, testified this week at a Small Business Committee hearing about how app technology is benefitting small businesses, stating that congress is well-positioned to help small companies build products that benefit small businesses by targeting reforms to patent, internet tax collection, immigration, and crowdfunding. As mentioned by Barrett, small businesses are able to profit from smartphone technology growth and the associated mobile apps thanks to their…

5 Tips For Getting Millennials Onboard Your SaaS

5 Tips For Getting Millennials Onboard Your SaaS

Getting Millennials Onboard Your SaaS Why are Millennials the key demographic that SaaS companies should focus on? For one, they are quickly making up a larger share of your total user base. However, it is more than just a shift towards a younger generation; it is a shift in ideology. Millennials approach information much differently compared to Boomers. According to a research conducted by Forbes (2013), 74% of non-Millennials stated that Millennials offer different skills…

Cloud Computing Myths That SMBs Should Know

Cloud Computing Myths That SMBs Should Know

Cloud Computing and SMBs Cloud Computing is the hottest issue among IT intellects of Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs). Like any other computer-orientated technology, Cloud Computing has some misconceptions and myths that often kick-start arguments among the two opposing groups: Cloud Supporters and Cloud Opponents. Both of these groups have their own ideology and reasons for their stand on this issue. Within those ideologies remain some serious myths that are miles apart from practical facts,…

Accounting, The Cloud And ERP

Accounting, The Cloud And ERP

Accounting, The Cloud And ERP The cloud computing concept (Illustration) is really very simple. SaaS (Software as a Service) programs are executed within any number of cloud hosting services located around the world. These SaaS programs can range from Accounting, CRM, Business Intelligence, Email, HR or any number of the thousands that exist in today’s SaaS landscape. Accounting SaaS As A Business One of the most lucrative markets at the moment is SaaS accounting services. Why…

How To Recognize The Warning Signs – Retaining Your Clients

How To Recognize The Warning Signs – Retaining Your Clients

How To Recognize The Warning Signs  The warning signs were there the entire time but no one noticed. No one noticed that your highly-valued customer was on his way out. And when he told you that he was leaving, you were blind sighted. Avoid being blind sighted again. As a SaaS provider, there are a number of easy-to-recognize factors that strongly predict when customers intend to abandon your service. Identify and tag these users as quickly as…

Survey Says SaaS Help Desk Is A Must-Have

Survey Says SaaS Help Desk Is A Must-Have

SaaS Help Desk Is A Must-Have Cloud based help desk software lets you automate the management of your IT support, customer support, and IT assets. And it’s moving beyond its nice-to-have status and fast becoming a must-have application for companies of all sizes. That’s what my company, ManageEngine, discovered in a recent user survey — and that discovery means different things to different people. We’ll look at the survey revelations and ramifications below, but here’s…

SaaS And The Cloud Are Still Going Strong

SaaS And The Cloud Are Still Going Strong

SaaS And The Cloud With the results of Cisco Global Could Index: 2013-2018 and Hosting and Cloud Study 2014, predictions for the future of cloud computing are notable. Forbes reported that spending on infrastructure-related services has increased as public cloud computing uptake spreads, and reflected on Gartner’s Public Cloud Services Forecast. The public cloud service market was predicted to grow from $76.9B in 2011 to $210B in 2016, with IaaS, PaaS, and cloud management and…