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4 Tools To Help Enable A Successful Cloud Computing Experience

4 Tools To Help Enable A Successful Cloud Computing Experience

4 Tools To Help Enable A Successful Cloud Computing Experience Since the introduction of the cloud, “business as usual” has transformed. This technology has allowed companies to better their IT performances, and ultimately, their services for consumers. Just a few years ago, the cloud was a nearly incomprehensible concept to the world. Now, nearly every

Cloud Startup: Sascea

Cloud Startup: Sascea

Cloud Startup: Sascea How Sascea is for Freeing Business With Up-to-date Cloud Applications When companies are battling for customer supremacy, they use applications that are savvy with the clientele. As such, these apps are everywhere, ranging from social media to customer relationship management tools. However, when it is time to call the shots for what

Using The Cloud For Better Business Continuity

Using The Cloud For Better Business Continuity

Using The Cloud For Better Business Continuity Planning for your cloud application or website to go down seems like it should be a no brainer. We assume that every business is aptly prepared; in fact most people reading this probably believe theirs is. It is, right? Right? Turns out it only takes one extreme incident

Leverage Social CRM, Billing To Better Engage And Understand Your Customers

Leverage Social CRM, Billing To Better Engage And Understand Your Customers If your organization is doing business in the cloud and SaaS space, you know it’s all about managing your funnel and your opportunities. The entire organization needs to focus on streamlining the quote-to-cash process. However, you also need to consider the business buzzword of

Planning For Hybrid Cloud Management

Planning For Hybrid Cloud Management Even with all the hype that cloud computing is bringing to the field like Software/Platform/Infrastructure-as-a-service and the cost savings that they bring, the hybrid cloud approach is still gaining traction. This approach combines the effective use of both private and public cloud environments. But in truth, building a bridge between