5 Cloud Computing Security Tips for 2013

July 30, 2013
By guest blogger - Mac Connolly
5 Cloud Computing Security Tips for 2013

Cloud computing is becoming more popular every year, and many are predicting that 2013 will see a real explosion in the popularity of cloud computing. While the advantages of cloud computing have been discussed at length, there are a couple of potential dangers. In particular, a cloud computing platform is only as strong as...
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What’s the Cloud’s Role in Tier-2 ERP?

July 25, 2013
By guest blogger - Pat Garrehy
What’s the Cloud’s Role in Tier-2 ERP?

Since the late nineties, SAP and Oracle have dominated On-Premise ERP in the large, Tier-1 manufacturing enterprises – but primarily as the ERP system at the corporate level. They have not been that successful in being implemented in the next tier, the Tier-2 small and medium sized plants. Therefore, most of what is written...
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Complying on the Cloud for Nonprofits

July 17, 2013
By guest blogger - Kate Kennett
Complying on the Cloud for Nonprofits

The cloud provides an easy, safe way to access and manage data without having to invest in expensive software and constant updates. Traditionally cloud computing has only been available for large organizations that are able to manage their own servers; it is also now more affordable for smaller nonprofit organizations. Accessing the cloud on...
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Technological change and ERP software

July 15, 2013
By djohnson
Technological change and ERP software

The cloud is changing the way small and medium-sized companies do business. But what is cloud and what does it mean for ERP? Business process automation has evolved with the invention of new disruptive technologies. Key technological improvements driving ERP change include moving from DOS to Windows, maturation of web technology, internet ubiquity, server...
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The Impact of PRISM on the Cloud

July 11, 2013
By guest blogger - Stacy Carter
The Impact of PRISM on the Cloud

As the number of users of the cloud computing technology is growing, the potential threat on the integrity of this technology is currently a major issue. In a report published by the Washington Post, it appears that the US National Security Agency, in tandem with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, will be tapping on...
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BYOD and the Cloud Get Cozy

BYOD and the Cloud Get Cozy

Enterprise corporations spend millions of dollars supplying employees with devices for work each year. Add in regular upgrades, replacements and support, and you’ve got a significant chunk of the IT budget dedicated to making sure employees have company laptops, smartphones and tablets. But what if it didn’t have to be that way? As it...
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