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Four Tips For Integrating Mobile Cloud Applications Into Your Treasury Department

Four Tips For Integrating Mobile Cloud Applications Into Your Treasury Department

Four Tips For Integrating Mobile Cloud Applications Into Your Treasury Department The global enterprise mobility market is expanding at a rapid rate – predicted to bring in $140 billion a year by 2020. As the market continues to expand, so do the varying needs of mobile businesses who rely on cloud-based solutions. For mobile employees,

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Business Collaboration: Yammer’s Integration With SharePoint – Part 1

Yammer’s Integration with SharePoint  Engaging Social Experience to Enhance Productivity of Business Collaboration Part-I Microsoft’s acquisition of Yammer in mid 2012 for $1.2 billion has been continuously drawing IT managers’ attention as they looked upon SharePoint-Yammer integration as eye candy in business collaboration platform. Recently, Microsoft updated their roadmap issued in November last year and

BYOD And Mobile Device Management

BYOD And Mobile Device Management As businesses grow so too does the need for constant connection to the technology that will make your business a success. Ever since smartphones, tablets, and laptops have become the business norm in our world, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has been implemented into business, as many companies do not feel

See You In Health: Cloud Computing For The Healthcare Industry

See You In Health: Cloud Computing For The Healthcare Industry The healthcare industry has been making its move toward technology, putting iPads and tablets into the hands of healthcare professionals and now, the latest big move has been adopting the concept of cloud computing to organize, share data and protect patient information and healthcare data

Thanks, Cloud Computing, For Shaping Our Future

Thanks, Cloud Computing, For Shaping Our Future

Thanks, Cloud Computing, For Shaping Our Future When people are infatuated with the latest gadget on the market, they may fail to remember that somewhere beneath the surface someone is working on its next replacement and, unmistakably, with a bulk of more advanced features which one cannot even think of right now. When in 1999,