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in Cloud Computing - 22 Oct, 2015
by Lynn Perkins - no comments

Industry- and process-specific cloud solutions are increasingly replacing large, expensive enterprise software systems, allowing the Davids to wrest market share from the Goliaths.   Image Credit:Shutterstock   In the technology services industry, we love to talk about all of the business benefits of moving to the cloud: affordability, flexibility and scalability, to name a few. But there […]

in Cloud Computing - 22 Oct, 2015
by Lynn Perkins - no comments

Embracing the cloud is all well and good–until it cripples your IT department. Small and midsize businesses have plenty to gain from cloud apps. They can help with issues including communication, compliance, and security. Using too manycloud apps, however, can be a burden on your business, which is why entrepreneurs need to know when enough is enough. […]

in Cloud Computing - 22 Oct, 2015
by Lynn Perkins - no comments

Inside one of the most interesting strategic partnerships the cloud has ever seen. Image Credit:Courtesy Company Jordan Kretchmer founded Livefyre four years ago. Today, it employs more than 150 people and is still growing fast. Here, he’s pictured in the company’s new office near Market Street in San Francisco.   Livefyre’s latest deal just got […]

in Cloud Computing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Jessica Wilson - no comments

It’s more like the “multiple device” era. It’s amazing to me that there are people who can buy into conspiracy theories like questioning President Obama’s “real birthplace,” but when it comes to this brave new world of technology that requires us to have multiple devices, no one is suspicious this happened on purpose. I’m not […]

in Cloud Computing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Jessica Wilson - no comments

Image Credit:The opinions expressed here by Inc.com Imagine your business is being sued. Suddenly, you’re required by law to unearth and deliver to a competitor or investigator massive amounts of electronic data—those emails sent by salespeople, your receptionist’s instant messages, CAD files edited by your engineers, and more—with every bit of it including metadata that […]

in Cloud Computing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Jessica Wilson - no comments

Image Credit:The opinions expressed here by Inc.com If you’re a bona fide road warrior, you already know to wear slip-on shoes and consolidate your clothes into a carry-on bag to minimize time spent in lines. But there are more ways to streamline your business travel packing. Here’s how to lighten your gadget load without sacrificing […]

in Cloud Computing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Jessica Wilson - one comment

Pull out your world map and smack in the middle of the eastern hemisphere lies India, that colossal diamond-shaped country brimming with more than 1.2 billion people—the majority of whom are under the age of 35. Its economy is growing like gangbusters, it is now an influential member of the G20, and foreign firms have […]

in Cloud Computing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Jessica Wilson - no comments

Image Credit:The opinions expressed here by Inc.com The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) sparked massive amounts of online protest and left politicians running for cover. And then the feds shut down Megaupload.com, a major file downloading site for alleged piracy of copyrighted works. What do they both have to do with your business? Maybe more […]

in Cloud Computing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Jessica Wilson - no comments

Image Credit:Shutterstock Images IMAGE: shutterstock images Technology can be an enabler—or an impediment. Installing a server in the backroom for e-mail might have made sense in 2002, but today many companies are moving to cloud e-mail. Those BlackBerry phones you handed out to every employee a few years ago made sense from a security standpoint, […]

in Cloud Computing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Jessica Wilson - one comment

Image Credit:The opinions expressed here by Inc.com Of all the problems that plague small business owners, technology issues can be among the most embarrassing: Smartphones that suddenly die in the middle of pitches, unexpected software crashes, incompatible PowerPoint presentations—every entrepreneur has been there. But with a little help from leading apps, gadgets, and online services, […]