Differences Between On-Site And Cloud Computing Accounting Software

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Differences Between On-Site And Cloud Computing Accounting Software Software-as-a-service, with regards to accounting applications, simply means that accounting software is not installed in the business premises. It is run through an internet connection but still makes used of desktops, laptops, or any device which can access the internet. There are, however, basic differences between an

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Security In The Cloud: Logs, Audits, Encryption…

Security In The Cloud: Logs, Audits, Encryption… Considering a move to the cloud for one or several of your key services? If so, you are not alone. Cloud computing is growing exponentially as more and more vendors are starting to offer services, and as more businesses are beginning to see the potential for cost savings

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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Cloud Computing To Accounting Firms

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Cloud Computing To Accounting Firms The cloud computing concept is really very simple. The software programs are on the World Wide Web which accounting firms do not need to manage, install, or buy. There is no need to hire IT professionals because these firms only need a robust internet connection and

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HP ‘Master The Cloud’ Event (Toronto) – Part 2

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HP ‘Master The Cloud’ Event (Toronto) – Part 2 Here’s an interesting parallel, one somewhat removed from the busy world of cloud computing. In the world of “people,” social psychologists who specialize in generational issues are starting to refer to the most recent generation of kids coming-of-age as the Purell generation, since they are likely to be aware

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Cloud Computing – Myth and Reality

Cloud Computing – Myth and Reality It is no secret that I am a big supporter of the cloud. For those familiar with my blog, I have discussed the advantages the cloud brings to businesses in articles like: 5 Ways a Small Business can use the Cloud, how to manage the disadvantages, in posts like:

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Infographic: Most Commonly Used Cloud Applications

Cloud App Use

Most Commonly Used Cloud Applications Websites, backup and recovery, email and calendars were rated as the most commonly used cloud applications. The high ranking (fourth) position for testing and development is explained by the way in which cloud delivery simplifies setup and dismantling of test and development environments. Here’s plenty of growth potential for backup

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Cloud Computing: A New Paradigm

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Cloud Computing: A New Paradigm Perception and interpretation of cloud computing with the existing experiences, beliefs and values that affect the way an individual perceives reality, admittedly, will not be easy to accept emerging new business-driven model with the new paradigm offers revolutionary processes. Last year I read a whitepaper, titled “The Economics of The

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Infographic: Trends & Technology Timeline

Technology Trends

Infographic: Trends & Technology Timeline… This is a very detailed Infographic that we’ve come across via NowandNext.com.  Some of the current and future trends mentioned are: Cloud Storage, Data Security and Gesture-based Computing… Click the image to zoom in. Source: NowandNext.com

CipherCloud Introduces Connectors for Amazon Web Services

CipherCloud Introduces Connectors for Amazon Web Services CipherCloud has introduced CipherCloud out-of-the-box connectors for Amazon Web Services (AWS) allowing organizations that use AWS to implement encryption, tokenization and masking to protect sensitive data on-the-fly, before it is sent to the cloud. All these tasks are done without impacting functionality, usability or performance, according to CipherCloud,

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Cloud Computing: Risks vs Benefits – Part 2

Cloud Computing: Risks vs Benefits – Part 2 In Part 1 of this two-part article, I discussed the context in which, in spite of some drawbacks, cloud computing made sense in the long run (See: Cloud Computing: Risks vs Benefits – Part 1). In the second and concluding part, I carry this argument further and

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Virtustream, Softengine Enable Deployment of SAP Business One in the Cloud

Virtustream, Softengine Enable Deployment of SAP Business One in the Cloud Softengine and Virtustream have teamed to enable the deployment of SAP Business One in the cloud through a new offering for SAP Business One partners. Virtustream provides cloud services and next-generation dynamic infrastructure solutions and Softengine specializes in ERP and CRM business solutions. Both

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Harnessing Data Center Heat to Warm Houses

Harnessing Data Center Heat to Warm Houses Cloud computing and energy consumption have a tumultuous relationship. While proponents of cloud computing believe that it not only saves energy (See: How Green Is Cloud Computing?) but also reduces expenses (See: Saving Money on Energy by Going on the Cloud ), opponents say that the technology merely

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