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Higher EdTech Landscape – Preparing Students for the Future Demands

By Cloud Syndicate | May 25, 2017

EdTech – Preparing Students for the Future Demands Educational Technology (EdTech) has liberated and improved student’s overall learning experience by creating engaging and diversified styles. EdTech helps in alleviating issues through its flexibility and adaptability to differentiated learning. Students should

Tackling the Hidden Costs of Collaboration Software

By Jeremy Daniel | May 24, 2017

Hidden Costs of Collaboration Software With a distributed workforce being increasingly common in today’s workplace, companies are relying more and more heavily on efficient collaboration tools and techniques. So it’s surprising to discover that over half the IT decision makers

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Is a Cloud Phone System Right for Your Small Business?

By Josh Hamilton | May 23, 2017

Small Business Cloud Phone Service As your business grows and evolves, you may find that your phone setup is proving inadequate and potentially very costly. A cloud-based phone solution could help to streamline your business and allow it to grow

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The WannaCry Ransomware is a Reminder to Get Serious About Security

By Jeremy Daniel | May 16, 2017

WannaCry Ransomware Attack Ransomware is the word on everyone’s lips this week, following the massive WannaCry ransomware attack which spread quickly all over the world. Security experts estimate that over 200 000 systems across 150 countries were affected by the

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Venture Capitalists Lack Liquidity As Tech Startups Cry Out for Cash

By Kiril Kirilov | May 4, 2017

Tech Startups Cry Out for Cash Around 130 million startups launch across the world each year and of those, some 1.8 million of them are tech related. A Forbes analysis has close to 100,000 of the tech startups managing to

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Finding and Implementing The Right Tools For Your Startup

By Jennifer Klostermann | May 3, 2017

Implementing Startup Tools Many startups believe implementing cloud tools help reduce operation costs as well as the time taken to enter a market, and so when taken along with the faster product development and increased productivity benefits, more and more

The Cloudification of Healthcare: Benefits and Risks

By Ken Adamson | April 24, 2017

Cloud Healthcare: Benefits and Risks Many organizations are moving most of their business-critical applications and workloads to the cloud. The healthcare industry is no exception – hospitals, payers and other organizations also are making moves to the cloud. While they’re

Tech startups set to look at IPOs instead of M&A

By Kiril Kirilov | April 14, 2017

Tech startups set to look at IPOs US venture capital investment is returning to normality. A National Venture Capital Association and PitchBook Data report shows that innovative startups are finding it harder to get funded than they did during a

Part 2: Strategies for Securing Mobile Devices in a Cloud-based World

By Todd O’Boyle | April 13, 2017

Part 2: Strategies for Securing Mobile Devices With workplace mobility now a way of life and companies investing in cloud-based apps more than ever, security is moving beyond the four walls. Just a few years ago, you could rely on

Startups face angel and seed funding challenges

By Kiril Kirilov | April 12, 2017

Startup Seed Funding Challenges Over 1800 companies got $16.5 billion of funding in the US in the first quarter of 2017, find the National Venture Capital Association and PitchBook Data. The report hints that innovative startup venture funding seems to