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4 Ways That Cloud Hosting Has Changed How We Do Business

4 Ways That Cloud Hosting Has Changed How We Do Business

4 Ways That Cloud Hosting Has Changed How We Do Business Cloud hosting has lowered the barrier to entry for IT provisioning, provided improved collaboration tools and platforms, driven innovation, and increased choice. There is a huge amount of hype surrounding the concept and implementation of cloud technology. Marketers have grasped the potential messaging and

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Zero Distance: Getting Closer To The Customer

Zero Distance: Getting Closer To The Customer

Zero Distance: Getting Closer to the Customer With Cloud technology becoming more and more central and critical to the day-to-day operations of business, the need for clear guidance and understanding, both in technical terminology and customer service strategy is becoming greater than ever. Decision-makers are no longer allowed the time to review and digest new

White Paper: Global Cloud Perspectives

White Paper: Global Cloud Perspectives

White Paper: Global Cloud Perspectives To help us understand what business leaders think about ‘the cloud’ and the impact of cloud collaboration to their businesses, we asked Forbes Insights to conduct research. In response, Forbes surveyed over 500 senior executives from global companies with sales ranging from $250 million to over $20 billion, and interviewed

Cloud – Based Productivity Solutions for SMBs

Cloud – Based Productivity Solutions for SMBs

Cloud – Based Productivity Solutions for SMBs Especially for small businesses, the cloud environment brings the most valuable benefits. The physical infrastructure deployment and maintenance, the need for specialized IT staff and the expensive software updates are just some of the aspects small businesses would not worry about if they would switch to cloud-based applications.

Key Differences Between Server And Desktop Online Storage

Key Differences Between Server and Desktop Online Storage Many people are saying that 2013 will be the “break-out”  year for cloud storage. A number of factors are pushing online data storage offerings – including file sharing, backup, archiving and more – beyond the consumer and small business market and into big business datacenters. Below, I’d like to