6 ERP System Characteristics You Don’t Want To Comprise On

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6 ERP System Characteristics You Don’t Want To Comprise On You may find yourself becoming overwhelmed with all the potential choices of ERP software available on the market. Many decision makers have purchased such software only to find out later that it was not the right fit for their specific business. Although there is a

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RackWare Closes $3M Series A Funding Round

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RackWare Closes $3M Series A Funding Round Kickstart Seed Fund, Osage Venture Partners Lead Round; Proceeds Will Fund Ramp-Up of Sales and Marketing SANTA CLARA, Calif. – June 27, 2013 – RackWare, the company that brings intelligence and automation to the cloud by integrating datacenter and cloud resources into a scalable and intelligently managed computing environment, today

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Cloud ERP In Manufacturing: Why Join The Movement?

Cloud ERP in Manufacturing: Why Join The Movement? The manufacturing sector of the economy was an early user of ERP systems when the software first emerged, but surprisingly, most manufacturers have been slow to adopt cloud ERP. By 2010, only about 5% of manufacturing companies were using cloud ERP. One reason for this slow adoption

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SaaS On A EULA? Get Some New Pants!

SaaS on a EULA? Get Some New Pants! A good contract is like a good pair of pants. When the pants fit right and look good, you wear them all the time and hardly notice them. But if they’re too tight, you won’t buy them and if they’re too loose they fall down and leave

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SaaS On A EULA? Get Some New Pants!

SaaS on a EULA? Get Some New Pants! A good contract is like a good pair of pants. When the pants fit right and look good, you wear them all the time and hardly notice them. But if they’re too tight, you won’t buy them and if they’re too loose they fall down and leave

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More Cloud Adoption Unlocks More Value – Reveals Latest Survey

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“Will cloud live up to its hype” is a question which has become irrelevant now. Looking back now, I’d say the opportunity is much, much bigger than the hype. Perhaps for some companies, the move to the Cloud has been one of the most rewarding experiences in IT investing. A latest survey reveals that early

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Is Cloud Computing A Threat To Older Tech Companies? Part 1

Is Cloud Computing A Threat To Older Tech Companies? Part 1 Almost exactly a year ago, The Informational Data Corporation (IDC) made some pretty bold predictions regarding the development of a new high-tech industry in the convergence of social networking, and cloud-based computing and data storage. IDC suggested that many industry giants may scramble to

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Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: Cluttr

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Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: Cluttr …….The Latest Wave in Third-party Data Infrastructure Auditing for Cloud Efficiency With one year to its name counting, Cluttr is the brainchild of two campus graduates from Ghent, Belgium. The firm focuses its energies on the data providers and the companies that seek to leverage on their data

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Free Cloud Service Accounting Software Giving Quickbooks A Run For Their Money

Free Cloud Service Accounting Software Giving Quickbooks A Run For Their Money Quickbooks has been the leader in business accounting software for quite some time. In the past few years, this business accounting authority has turned to cloud services to host their accounting program online, thus allowing users the ability to do their accounting anytime,

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The Cloud And Hype: Is The Buzz Still To Come?

The Cloud And Hype: Is The Buzz Still To Come? Cloud computing is taking over the tech-world, both in terms of hype and clientele. Just like any new invention, cloud computing has become an everyday topic in discussions, webinars and social gatherings. Conventions hinged on technological growth have had their share of input, making it

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The Cloud Effect: A Dent In Traditional Software Pricing

The Cloud Effect: A Dent In Traditional Software Pricing Cloud computing is altogether a different realm of end-user software delivery architecture. Cloud computing is centred around the remote availability of required software applications, ensured via a streamlined, subscription-based, over-the-Web service mechanism. This particular approach enables users to acquire very specifically what is needed, and only

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Four Reasons Why Google Drive Will Not Kill Dropbox

Four Reasons Why Google Drive Will Not Kill Dropbox Now that Google has entered the cloud storage market with the long-awaited Google Drive, will it kill Dropbox and other cloud computing services? This is a hot topic in Dropbox forums and elsewhere in the cloud computing world. Here is what one forum poster said, as

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Gartner Introduces: New Magic Quadrant for Public Cloud IaaS

Gartner Introduces: New Magic Quadrant for Public Cloud IaaS I’m happy to announce that the new Gartner Magic Quadrant for Public Cloud Infrastructure as a Service has been published. (Client-only link. Sorry; I’ll link a public reprint when one is available.) This is a brand-new Magic Quadrant; our previous Magic Quadrant has essentially been split into two MQs, this new Public

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A Brave New Cloud Computing World: How do You Transition From Traditional IT to Cloud Computing?

There’s no question that the cloud is the future of IT. But making that transition isn’t always easy – especially if your company has been purchasing PCs, servers, and software for the past few decades. I have already discussed some of the ways that cloud computing is influencing the IT industry. Of particular importance among the

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