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Forrester Study: Cloud Services Remains Elusive For Many Enterprises

Forrester Study: Cloud Services Remains Elusive For Many Enterprises

Key Findings Of Study: Cloud Services Remains Elusive For Many Enterprises Companies Need A Unified Cloud and Network Strategy to Maximize Full Benefits of Cloud Computing, Software-as-a-Service, and Other Cloud-Based Services HERNDON, VA – October 2, 2013 – Although cloud-based services are now widely utilized by the vast majority of enterprises, a new study by Forrester Consulting

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IBM Makes Cloud Computing “Fashionable” With L’Oréal Deal

IBM Makes Cloud Computing “Fashionable” With L’Oréal Deal

NEWS: IBM Makes Cloud Computing “Fashionable” With L’Oréal Deal “It is wiser to find out than to suppose.”                                                               – Mark Twain (1835-1910), legendary author and humorist. There was once a time when businesses were done through intelligence guesswork – you guessed what your customers would like and you provided it, you guessed what the demand

Executive Discussions Are Changing To Include The Cloud

Executive Discussions Are Changing To Include The Cloud Cloud computing is a disruptive force.  Having worked with many of Western Canada’s CIOs and senior executives over the past year, rarely have I had a discussion that didn’t include the topic of cloud computing.  This style of computing is improving the way in which technology is

Best Small Businesses to Use the Cloud

Best Small Businesses to Use the Cloud Google and Amazon, juggernauts they may be, are not the only beneficiaries of cloud computing. Small businesses across the country have also realized the cloud’s capacity to nourish their operations. We could have honestly cited dozens of companies nationwide who’ve wholeheartedly taken to cloud computing — and reaped

Microsoft Creates Profitable Businesses with “Cloud CRM for Less”

Microsoft Creates Profitable Businesses with “Cloud CRM for Less” Microsoft is extending $150 cash per user seat to up to 500 user seats for each eligible customer through its “Cloud CRM for Less” offer. This offer is making it easier for Salesforce.com, SAP and Oracle customers to switch to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, which gives