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How Cloud-Based Content Management Inspires Collaboration

How Cloud-Based Content Management Inspires Collaboration Collaboration has been a longtime asset for workplace success, and the modern arrival of telecommuting has allowed even more collaborative options. Many successful companies have gotten off the ground without even having a dedicated office, instead choosing to compile a virtual team of specialists who collaborate with content management

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How Cloud Computing Can Make Your Business Run More Efficiently

How Cloud Computing Can Make Your Business Run More Efficiently

How Cloud Computing Can Make Your Business Run More Efficiently It was only a matter of time before businesses turned to alternative methods of storing and processing data. At the rate businesses were expanding, it wasn’t worth storing the data physically and running all of the processes locally. Enter cloud computing. Cloud computing is essentially

Supplementing A Cloud ERP System With BYOD

Supplementing a Cloud ERP System with BYOD There’s been a lot of press recently about businesses using a “bring your own device” (BYOD) policy as a means of increasing IT access and habitual usage of business process software. BYOD can potentially allow your employees to access your cloud ERP application and company records anywhere in

Is Desktop Virtualization The Way To Go?

Is Desktop Virtualization the Way to go? Desktop virtualization is now becoming synonymous to business continuity in the cloud computing context, or at least they are so interrelated that you cannot consider one without even mentioning the other. As important as business continuity is for business-driven organizations, desktop virtualization is also key for any business continuity solution to

Simple Ways For Businesses To Leverage The Cloud For A Competitive Advantage

Simple Ways For Businesses To Leverage The Cloud For A Competitive Advantage Cloud computing is one of the best technologies of the century. It allows companies to leverage their computing functions on other company’s servers. When corporations, small businesses, or nonprofit organizations adopt this technology, they get many benefits. The common ones are streamlined costs,