Jon Roskill

Jon Roskill

Going Global With The Cloud: SME's, Anywhere, Anytime Access

October 1, 2014

SME’s Anytime Access Lots of companies have offered 24/7 availability of systems and data to their customers and employees for years. What else is new? What’s new is that a cloud computing environment can make 24/7 availability possible for small

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Jon Roskill

Is SaaS For You? Three Questions To Ask

September 24, 2014

Is SaaS For You? The idea of providing software to customers for a fee without the need for investments in IT infrastructure or staff has been around for decades. In the 1970s it was called Timesharing. Back then, companies utilized

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Jon Roskill

Moving To The Cloud: A Smart Move Or Proceed With Caution?

July 10, 2014

Moving To The Cloud You hear it over and over again: The future of computing is in the cloud. Businesses should be moving to the cloud. If you’re not in the cloud, you’re behind the times. But trusting your essential

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Jon Roskill

What Is A Hybrid Cloud? Deconstructing Its Two Components

July 3, 2014

What Is A Hybrid Cloud? With the emergence of cloud-computing technology comes the addition of new terminology. The terms public cloud and private cloud are reasonably well understood. However, a hybrid cloud can mean different things to different people. Under

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Jon Roskill

ERP Starter’s Guide: When QuickBooks Is Not Enough

June 25, 2014

ERP Starter’s Guide You’ve been running your small business on QuickBooks, or a product like it, to automate your accounting function and produce basic financial reports. So, what’s wrong? Things just don’t seem to be working well. It takes too

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Jon Roskill

Can You Run Your Business Entirely From A Mobile Device?

June 16, 2014

Can You Run Your Business Entirely From A Mobile Device? You know the feeling. It’s 8:00 a.m. Your bus is stuck in traffic, so you pull out your phone and start answering work emails. While you may rely on your

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Jon Roskill

Built For The Cloud vs. Adapting To The Cloud

June 13, 2014

Built For The Cloud vs. Adapting To The Cloud It may just sound like semantics, but there is a real difference between something that was “built for” versus “adapted to.” Would you rather buy a house that was “designed for”

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Jon Roskill

What To Do When You've Outgrown Your Basic Business Software

May 15, 2014

Basic Business Software You know that feeling. You have multiple business products that aren’t communicating, meaning your employees are doing more work, uploading redundant data into different systems. The software is sluggish and can’t be accessed via browser. You’re paying

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Jon Roskill

The Future Of Work: Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems

April 28, 2014

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems The cloud has made our working lives easier, with everything from virtually unlimited email storage to access-from-anywhere enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. It’s no wonder the 2013 cloud computing research IDG survey revealed at least 84

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Harish Chauhan
Adopting a Multi-cloud Strategy Cloud has been in existence since 2006 when Amazon Web Service (AWS1) first announced its cloud services for enterprise customers. Two years later, Google launched App Engine, followed by Alibaba and ...
David Dymko
Working with virtual machines and or Kubernetes A conversation with David Dymko, Director of Engineering for Cloud Native Development at Vultr.com If you work with virtual machines and or Kubernetes, and if you have some ...
Gary Bernstein
Test Data Management How do you test your data management systems? With Delphix, you can automate your tests by running your data against a virtual copy of your production environment. Today, the amount of data ...
Sofia Jaramillo
Augmented Reality in Architecture Augmented reality (AR) is a growing field of study and application in the world of architecture. This useful tool can help us visualize architectural designs by superimposing them onto real-world scenes ...
Damian Ng
3 Cloud Modernization Challenges There’s no denying that migrating to the cloud unlocks multiple benefits for organizations looking to modernize their IT infrastructure. However, the journey to truly unlock the benefits of the cloud and ...