1 - How to navigate the world of managed services and outsourcing A publication of
2 : Introduction 3-5 The State of the Cloud 6-10 Navigating the In-between The Managed Services Edge Getting your Feet Wet Conclusion 26-28
3 : Introduction Like accepting a free month of HBO from your cable provider or ordering an appetizer to ensure you don t starve before the main course, most of us prefer to whet our appetites before we take any big steps forward.
4 Why are so many businesses still on-premises? Now that we are years into enterprise cloud use, it might be surprising to find that most organizations still have their data planted firmly in-house. But why is that? Maybe it s regulations or compliances keeping you at bay or perhaps you ve made a sizable capital investment on your data center. Maybe it s confusion about public clouds like Office 365 and private clouds that can actually be encrypted and secured the same as on-premises. Maybe the term cloud is just too ambiguous. That doesn t change one thing though: At this point in the technology landscape, nothing costs as much as an onpremises infrastructure does.,
5 Gartner reports that most companies are on a five-year plan to the cloud. Business strategies seem to revolve around trickling down the cloud path by adopting transitions that start with hand holding and move all the way to completely handing off the infrastructure to dedicated cloud providers. If you re in the middle of the cloud conversation and looking for the next move, you have a handful of options. After all, the cloud has never been an all or nothing fix.
6 The State of the Cloud : You ve heard the many ways that the cloud is designed to give your business an edge, right? So why are some businesses still grasping to their old ways? Is it really that easy to pick up your data and send it off with a stranger? Most organizations find themselves pointed toward the cloud, but taking baby steps along the way. So, if it doesn t have to be an all or nothing transition, then what s the rush?
7 Because saving time and money is just the beginning 2014 is the first year that the majority of workloads were moved to the cloud. SiliconAngle wrangled up some quality statistics for companies on the fence to consider: 82% of companies reportedly saved money by moving to the cloud 14% downsized their IT after cloud adoption More than 60% of businesses utilize cloud for performing IT-related operations 80% of cloud adopters saw improvements within 6 months of moving to the cloud More than half of survey respondents say their organization currently transfers sensitive or confidential data to the cloud 56% of survey respondents trust the ability of cloud providers to protect the sensitive and confidential data entrusted to them
8 Arguably the biggest pushback will come from your CIO, but check out what their peers are saying: Besides seeing areas of improvement throughout their IT department after adopting the cloud, CIOs quickly found the truth behind saving time and cutting costs in the cloud. 84% CIOs who cut application costs by moving to the cloud (Source) 80% CIOs who get at least some of their infrastructure delivered through a private cloud (Source) 73% IT staff who say employees personal use of the cloud has influenced enterprise adoption of cloud computing (Source) 1/3 of IT budgets to be spent on cloud computing (Source) 21% Annual savings of users who move apps to the cloud (Source)
9 Arena Solutions SaaS vs On-Premise: Lowering Your Total Cost of Ownership spells out the relationship between going cloud or staying inhouse in relation to cost. Their argument: When an organization pays upfront for a solution, they no longer have that cash available to grow the business. Now their core competency is underfunded. They argue the value of opportunity cost : Is there an opportunity cost to your business if you buy on-premises software for $250,000 plus 22% for maintenance which equals $305,000 first year (and $55,000 each year thereafter) versus an annual cost of just $70,000 for SaaS for the same number of users? The SaaS option saves you $235,000 the first year. That money could be spent on engineers to build more products or sales people to help grow revenue. What if those engineers or sales people brought in well over $1,000,000 of additional revenue to your company? That is the opportunity cost. In this scenario, the opportunity cost of on-premises is $930,000 just for the first year. And it just keeps getting bigger every year thereafter often dwarfing the financial TCO model. Their conclusion: True cloud savings come from not having to worry about maintaining and managing your infrastructure, support or security.
10 Let s look at Disaster Recovery On-Premises vs. Hosted Data centers are a hosting provider s baby. That s where their time, resources and money go. Thanks to the shared costs of their customers, a hosting provider can provide the most state-of-theart security measures and top-of-the-line hardware available. What this means for Disaster Recovery: Because of their multiple locations and resources (not to mention their specific skill sets and experience), hosting providers are well positioned to provide a far greater business continuity plan for your business. They can provide DR much faster and more easily than a single corporation. And the result will be far more cost effective. Remember, it s not all just equipment, sites, systems and software people play a big role in disaster recovery. Most providers already have all of the equipment necessary to set up a cold, warm or hot standby for an organization s data and can help your business establish a recovery time objective and recovery point objective. As with any aspect of your business: Make sure you understand the financial impact that downtime could cost your business and your customers. And make sure you are aware of all the hidden costs involved in planning a DR plan. Without the right expertise, on-premises environments can be as vulnerable as public cloud or shared environments.
11 Navigating the in-between : Nevertheless, you may not be ready to make that leap of faith to the cloud. Depending on your business needs, you may feel more comfortable moving elements of your business one by one into different cloud types or perhaps you plan on continuing to wait on the big cloud jump.
12 1. Staying on-premises 2. Sending it all to the cloud 3. Finding a happy in-between (Hybrid) For those that stay on-premises, there s still a way to save time and money with outsourcing. While your infrastructure will remain inhouse, your application and infrastructure support don t have to. Managed services are available to supplement your on-premises investment and ultimately prepare you for a cloud solution.
13 - Over the last five years, eight out of 10 data center owners have built or upgraded data center facilities, instead of taking advantage of cloud options to extend IT capabilities. Frankly, you ll always have the option to keep pouring capital costs into your facilities. Between hardware refreshes, security and expertise, you ll always be spending and, in the case of a major incident, you could always be working within an inch of your organization s life. Experts and analysts agree, this can t go on forever. So, if you re not ready for the cloud but you need to start doing more with less what options do you have?
14 ? Call it hosting, call it managed services, call it whatever you like outsourcing is the key to adding value to your business in terms of capability and capacity. Typically, if you successfully outsource an application or a service to a trusted provider, you can expect more final output with a lower cost input.
15 When you cut down the costs without losing the quality, everyone wins. Here are some other great benefits to outsourcing certain IT functions: Control capital costs Increase efficiency Reduce labor costs Staffing flexibility Start new projects quickly Focus on your core business Level the playing field Reduce risk Read the entire article from The New York Times
16 Daxx reports that application hosting has replaced application development as the leading function in IT outsourcing, increasing by almost 10% compared to previous years and with 57% of businesses planning to outsource even more next year. Outsourcing IT security remains unpopular despite studies showing the upward trend of cloud security, but reports prove that the best value is found with outsourcing Disaster recovery, data center operations, e-commerce, and network operations. When outsourcing these critical IT functions, businesses both cut down the expenses and increase the level of service. As expected in an evolving industry, organizations are no longer just outsourcing to save money, but also to gain agility in other aspects of their business, including increasing their level and speed of service or improving their operational flexibility.
17 The value you can expect from outsourcing critical components of your infrastructure can be boiled down to three main takeaways: You will see an improvement in efficiency You can now tap into a larger talent pool You will ultimately lower the cost for consumers
18 The Managed Services Edge : Your organization s cloud conversation has likely brought up the topic of managed services, or having a service provider handle the maintenance and support from within your own data center. So how do you make budgetary sense out of managed services? It s easier than you think. After all, who is better equipped to remotely manage your IT services than a service provider that has been an expert in that field for as long as the technology has existed?
19 Consider this A Computing Technology Industry Association poll of 400 IT and business professionals found that 46% of organizations that rely on managed service providers (MSPs) for some or all of their IT needs reduced annual IT budgets by at least 25% as a result of adopting managed services. 13% estimated their savings at 50% or more. Another 50% said they have cut annual IT costs by 1% to 24%. That s a whopping 96% of respondents saying managed services saved them money! The CompTIA survey also found that 89% of current managed services users are very, or mostly, satisfied with their experience, citing uptime, security, agreeable contract terms and flexibility as reasons for their satisfaction.
20 - For those that stay on-premises, there is still a way to save time and money through outsourcing. Using a hosting provider for your managed services will make your eventual move to the cloud seamless. To start off, your infrastructure will remain in-house, but your support doesn t have to. Managed services help supplement your on-premises investment and ultimately prepare you for a cloud solution.
21 At the end of the day, every company has to upgrade their hardware eventually. Skip the cost of the next refresh by moving your infrastructure to a hosting provider and let them handle the maintenance, patching and upgrades. Let s face it - finding qualified, rapid support isn t easy. And since expertise within specific applications is usually a niche within a niche, most businesses have to look beyond their IT staff (who specialize in their own particular skill sets) and find someone who s seen every version of the application and dealt with countless customizations and incidents that can come up.
22 With customized environments with countless working parts, it s critical to have a backup plan. Every business can benefit from continuing their IT education and training and helping them evolve along with the technology, but when push comes to shove you need a sure thing. Someone who can step in and identify and resolve an issue that is hindering your business from moving forward. No one likes being woken up at 5am on a Sunday due to an issue with the infrastructure. Do your team a favor and hand it off to the experts that are available at anytime day or night and capable of making quick work of what could be a very time-consuming and costly problem for your staff.
23 Nobody wants to be stuck with a problem they might not be able to handle. They want an expert who can step in and wipe the issue away. These specialists exist, typically within cloud service provider programs, and can assist your business by offering support hours that can be purchased when needed or hoarded in bulk. Typically, these hourly blocks can be flexible. Once more, cost savings rears its beautiful head as you are free to channel the expertise of the hosting provider rather than pay to keep your personnel up to date on every aspect of the technology.
24 : Getting Your Feet Wet The Aberdeen Group reported that on average, it takes organizations 2.5 years to make the move to the cloud. In that time, most businesses plan to employ a hybrid solution that takes parts of their business to the cloud, piece by piece.
25 Gartner calls it as it is: The use of cloud computing is growing, and by 2016 this growth will increase to become the bulk of new IT spend, according to Gartner, Inc will be a defining year for cloud as private cloud begins to give way to hybrid cloud, and nearly half of large enterprises will have hybrid cloud deployments by the end of And don t worry about security: Our ebook The Current State of Cloud Security covers this extensively, but more and more organizations are realizing how robust cloud providers data centers can be and how much more cost effective it is to rely on their state-of-the-art safeguards and protective measures. Third party software allows encryption measures that even keep hosting providers from seeing the data. They house the data, you hold the keys. Need more proof? Why else would over half of the US government utilize the cloud and spend about $2 billion annually on cloud services? And while experts consider the US government to be the biggest cloud user in the world, it s actually the Banking industry that contributes the most activity in the cloud. Thanks to mobile banking, the cloud demand almost doubled in 2013.
26 : Conclusion Whether your organization needs to cut costs, add more experience, more support, better security, or just empower their team with more technology-specific expertise that lets them refocus their efforts on other ways to move the business forward, managed services are the best way to transition from an on-premises deployment to the cloud.
27 ? If you re not seriously investigating a route to the cloud at this point, you need to start. And while a full step into the cloud may be five years away, your organization can begin preparing for a world where they can get more done with less headaches and less costs. Consider what aspects of your business are better suited under the care of service provider experts who will monitor, maintain and manage whatever IT functions you need, leaving your team free to refocus on your core competencies and develop an edge in your industry.
28 We d love to chat with you about the different ways we can help your business start getting its feet wet in the cloud. Whether you need to supplement your current situation with some expert support, improved efficiency, robust security, hardware or application maintenance, software or system upgrades or just get some advice from someone with experience, Fpweb.net is happy to show you the difference we can make for your business!
Understanding the CLOUD The changing landscape 01 How the cloud works 02 Benefits of the cloud 03 Doing it right and maximising value 04 Inventory in the cloud 04 ACCESS YOUR DATA ON ANY DEVICE, ANYTIME
Hybrid: The Next Generation Cloud Interviews Among CIOs of the Fortune 1000 and Inc. 5000 IT Solutions Survey Wakefield Research 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Hybrid The Next Generation Cloud M ost Chief Information
IT Best Practices Series Cloud Computing Safe Harbor or Wild West? With IT expenditures coming under increasing scrutiny, the cloud is being sold as an oasis of practical solutions. It s true that many
Moving to the Cloud? DIY VS. MANAGED HOSTING 12 Factors To Consider And Why You Should Be Looking for a Managed Hosting Provider For Your Site or Application as You Move to the Cloud Your site or application
The Cloud as a Platform A Guide for Small and Midsize Business As the cloud evolves from basic online software tools to a full platform for business, it can provide ways for your business to do more, grow
Agile, Secure, Reliable: World-Class Customer Service in the Cloud Contents 2 Introduction 4 Business Benefits 6 IT Benefits 8 RightNow Product Focus 2 Why Deliver Customer Service in the Cloud? In a volatile
10 reasons to embrace a hybrid solution. This whitepaper will help you learn the benefits of having one partner for colocation, cloud and managed services. Managing the complex IT Landscape Rapid expansion,
WHITE PAPER 5 Ways Your Organization is Missing Out on Massive Opportunities By Not Using Cloud Software Cloud software allows your organization to focus on its strengths and outsource tough data storage
LOW RISK ADOPTION OF CLOUD INFRA- STRUCTURE FOR ENTERPRISES Business leaders are recognising that with the emergence of enterprise grade cloud computing, there is no good reason to continue to invest in
Take Your Vision to the Cloud Executive Summary Many Professional Service firms are moving their Deltek Vision solution to cloud with the aim of focusing limited IT resources on core business requirements
The business case for managed next generation firewalls Six reasons why IT decision makers should sit up and take notice THREATWATCH Cyber threats cost the UK economy 27 billion pounds a year 92 percent
10 Critical Requirements for Cloud Applications How to Recognize Cloud Providers and Applications that Deliver Real Value 1 10 Critical Requirements for Cloud Applications How to Recognize Cloud Providers
I White Paper ERP and the Cloud: What You Need to Know Table of Contents Executive Summary... 3 Increased Interest in Cloud-Based ERP and SaaS Implementations... 3 What is Cloud/SaaS ERP?... 3 Why Interest
GET CLOUD EMPOWERED. SEE HOW THE CLOUD CAN TRANSFORM YOUR BUSINESS. Cloud computing is as much a paradigm shift in data center and IT management as it is a culmination of IT s capacity to drive business
GET CLOUD EMPOWERED. SEE HOW THE CLOUD CAN TRANSFORM YOUR BUSINESS. Cloud computing is as much a paradigm shift in data center and IT management as it is a culmination of IT s capacity to drive business
10 Critical Requirements for Cloud Applications: How to Recognise Cloud Providers and Applications that Deliver Real Value 10 Critical Requirements for Cloud Applications: How to Recognise Cloud Providers
Is Your Customer (or Prospect) Ready for the Cloud? Contact 30150 Telegraph Road, Suite 120 Bingham Farms, MI 48025 855-59-CLOUD (855-592-5683) CloudAny.com Anywhere. Anytime. Any Device. Is Your Customer
The Cloud as a Platform A Guide for Small and Medium Business As the cloud evolves from basic online software tools to a full platform for business, it can provide ways for your business to do more, grow
Datto Whitepaper 5 Reasons Not to Build Your Own: A Better Backup and Disaster Recovery (BDR) Revenue Model It s about time McDonald s started serving sushi. They ve been successfully focusing on their
with Cloud Infrastructure and Data Center Services OXFORD NETWORKS CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE & SERVICES nce upon a time, companies bought big powerful servers for computing and data storage. The more technology
How cloud computing can transform your business landscape Introduction It seems like everyone is talking about the cloud. Cloud computing and cloud services are the new buzz words for what s really a not
white paper Public or Private Cloud: The Choice is Yours Current Cloudy Situation Facing Businesses There is no debate that most businesses are adopting cloud services at a rapid pace. In fact, a recent
Your Complete Social Intranet Buyer s Guide & Handbook A growing business needs a good social intranet software platform. It helps you communicate and collaborate in one place. Read this ebook to get practical
Selecting the Right Deployment Option for Employee Performance and Talent Management Systems On-Demand vs. On-Premise: Deciding what is right for you About this white paper This white paper is designed
Hosting JDE EnterpriseOne in the Cloud Hear how one company went to the cloud October 2015 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T, the AT&T logo and all other AT&T Agenda Organizational
Experience the commitment WHITE PAPER The future of public sector ERP: Agile Cloud-Enabled Services (ACES) The landscape for public sector enterprise resource planning (ERP) system deployments is changing
Adoption, Approaches & Attitudes The Future of Cloud Computing in the Public and Private Sectors A Global Cloud Computing Study Sponsored by JUNE 2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary... 1 Methodology
Hosted Managed Desktop Cloud Computing Is your business still wasting time and money on PCs and Servers? Our service is a cheaper and simpler alternative to owning and managing your own business IT network.
In-House vs. Software as as Service (SaaS) A Lifestyle Cost of Ownership Comparison Ensenta Corporation Copyright 2011 Ensenta Corporation 2 In-House vs. SaaS A common decision facing users of mission-critical
Address key business priorities with a strategic approach to outsourcing This paper explores what your company can do, starting today, to win in its markets with smart outsourcing. Points of consideration
THE CLOUD: PROGRESS AND POTENTIAL The cloud has made a tremendous amount of progress in a relatively short time on the technological landscape. Cloud solutions faced doubts soon after their introduction,
UBISTOR WHITE PAPER: NAVIGATING THE ROAD TO THE CLOUD NAVIGATING THE ROAD TO THE CLOUD CONTENTS 03 Executive Summary 04 5 Reasons to Move to the Cloud 07 4 Step Roadmap to the Cloud 08 Conclusion 09 Sources
WHITE PAPER How to choose and implement your cloud strategy INTRODUCTION Cloud computing has the potential to tip strategic advantage away from large established enterprises toward SMBs or startup companies.
Hosted Vs. In-House for Microsoft Exchange: Five Myths Debunked Email has become the single most important tool for business communication, period. In a recent King Research survey of mid-market IT professionals
10 things you should look for Choosing HR software Introduction Selecting a new piece of HR software can be a daunting task. There s a lot to think about. At the end of the day, the chosen software won
Pacnet White Paper IT Server Hosting: How it benefits SMEs IT Server Hosting: How it benefits Enterprises Introduction There is a growing trend in the market -- especially among the small and medium businesses
Protecting Your Investment: THE CURRENT STATE OF CLOUD SECURITY An examination on the evolving state of security as it relates to your cloud-based applications and data A Publication of Fpweb.net Table
s Ask a Broadband Expert Series: The Advantages of Network Virtualization An Interview with Peter Olivia, Director of Systems Engineering ZCorum 1.800.909.9441 4501 North Point Parkway, Suite 125 Alpharetta,
How cloud computing can transform your business landscape. This whitepaper will help you understand the ways cloud computing can benefit your business. Introduction It seems like everyone is talking about
Signs You Need to Buy a New Phone System Contents Introduction... 3 Sign #1: Your Phone System is Becoming Technically Obsolete... 3 Sign #2: Your Office is Moving... 4 Moving an Old System... 4 Buying
Can Cloud Database PaaS Solutions Replace In-House Systems? Abstract: With the advent of Platform-as-a-Service as a viable alternative to traditional database solutions, there is a great deal of interest
What can the SaaS Whitepaper Cloud do for You? Content Introduction 1 A Quick Look at Benefits 2 Evaluating the Costs 3 Evaluating the Security 4 Evaluating the People Behind the Cloud 5 1 Introduction
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT CLOUD ERP Copyright 2012 Panorama Consulting Solutions All Rights Reserved. 3773 Cherry Creek North Drive Suite 720 Denver, CO 80209 720-515-1377 Panorama-Consulting.com
True Stories of Customer Service ROI: The real-world benefits of Zendesk Introduction Any manager whose business thrives when customers are happy immediately understands the value of excellent customer
Cloud Computing Keeping Up With IT During Recession Table of Contents Introduction...3 What is Cloud Computing?...3 Importance of robust IT Systems...4 Benefits of Cloud Computing...4 Lower Expenses: capital
Is cloud CRM really that great Cloud CRM is considered the new norm in deploying your CRM for smart, forward thinking businesses, but is it really that good Cloud CRM As cloud has matured, it s reached
I-Business Network Cloud News In This Issue: Cloud vs. On-Premise The Soaring Popularity of the Cloud Six Reasons Businesses Choose the Cloud Volume 1: 2015 I-BN is an SAP dedicated hosting provider and
WP Engine The Business Case for Managed WordPress Hosting By: Chris Lema June 2014 Summary Over the last few years WordPress has slowly worked its way into the enterprise. As an enterprise installation
WHITE PAPER Purchase-to-pay by ReadSoft. Automated account payables processing software Author: Wille Dahl March 2012 Copyright ReadSoft - www.readsoft.com Processing invoices in the cloud or on premises
Joining The Cloud Revolution Table of Contents 1. What is Cloud Computing? a. Technology overview: Joining the b. Different approaches to the cloud i. Software as a Service ii. Platform as a Service iii.
Abstract Achieving success for today s compliance professional is both tougher and easier than ever. On one hand, there are more regulations and standards at almost every level, on the other, there are
Demystifying Platform as a Service The dividing lines between PaaS and IaaS may be blurring, but it s important for outsourcers of IT infrastructure to understand what sets Private PaaS apart from commodity
WHITEPAPER Why Businesses are Embracing Cloud IaaS Why Businesses Are Embracing Cloud IaaS The rise in virtualization means that businesses of all sizes must be positioned to take advantage of the flexibility,
Why you should opt for an external data centre: 10 no-brainers LCL WHITE PAPER LCL, your partner in data center outsourcing 1 A data centre, even a small one, is a huge investment for any organisation.
ROAD MAP How to Successfully Add Cloud Services as a Revenue Stream Using a Partnership Model Table of Contents Introduction Is This ebook for You? 03 Part One: Following the Signs How Companies Purchase
Contents Introduction What is the Cloud? How does it work? Types of Cloud Service Cloud Service Providers Summary Introduction The CLOUD! It seems to be everywhere these days; you can t get away from it!
VOXOX 5BENEFITS OF A HOSTED VoIP SOLUTION FOR MULTI-OFFICE BUSINESSES a VOXOX ebook 0Taking 2013 VOXOX, Inc. Communications to the Cloud: CONTENTS 2 INTRODUCTION 3 TOP CHALLENGES 7 FINDING A SOLUTION 12
THE 5 BIGGEST MISTAKES LAWYERS MAKE WHEN CHOOSING A CLOUD SERVICE PROVIDER ( and how to fix them ) In recent years, an increasingly large number of law firms have moved their software and data to the cloud.
CommScope Multi-Tenant Data Center Solutions: A solid advantage from the critical infrastructure experts. Data Center Solutions Multi-tenant data centers are changing business for the better. Businesses
Whitepaper : Cloud Based Backup for Mobile Users and Remote Sites The Organisational Challenges We propose three key organizational principles for assessing backup Security Control Performance Functional
Deltek First - The Business Case Executive Summary Many organizations that do business with the government are adopting cloud-based versions of specialized business solutions with the aim of focusing limited
Flexible SharePoint Hosting Proud Sponsor of the SharePoint Community. Microsoft SharePoint MVPs all over the world rely on us for hosted SharePoint. Focus, passion & pride. When someone has a rare medical
TECH DOSSIER SPONSORED BY CLOUDY FUTURE? THE FLEXIBILITY TO TRANSITION FROM PERPETUAL LICENSES TO CLOUD-BASED APPLICATION DEPLOYMENTS SUGGESTS A BRIGHT FUTURE. CLOUDY FUTURE? 2 Enterprise license software
Disaster recovery: Resilient cloud-based disaster recovery Disaster recovery and business continuity applications in the cloud offer the benefits of speed, cost efficiency and availability, eliminating
A UBM TECH WHITE PAPER MAY 2013 Communications in the Cloud: Why It Makes Sense for Today s Business Unified communications delivered in the cloud can help businesses of all sizes address many collaboration
Created for Steve Van Tol Mitigating Costly New Technology Risks For Continued Stability and Profitability sized businesses choose to pay for on-site support on an as- needed basis as opposed to having
Understanding the Microsoft Cloud by Ken Withee 2013 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Lync, Microsoft Dynamics, SharePoint, Windows, and Windows Azure are trademarks of the Microsoft
Visma.net Guide On-premises vs. cloud What you need to consider to make the right choice for your business On-premises vs. cloud Today s dilemma demystified! Contents Introduction... 2 What is an on-premises
EXECUTIVE REPORT Build vs Buy: Key Steps to Overcome Capital Constraints in the Data Center Overview Data center industry trends are changing the way businesses spend money and invest in IT initiatives.
Anywhere, Anytime Time Tracking Benefits of a SaaS-based Time and Attendance Solution Executive Summary Software as a Service (SaaS)-based time and attendance solutions offer strategic advantages to businesses
Premise vs. Hosted vs. Hybrid-Hosted Comparing Ip based business Phone solutions For small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) looking to not just survive but thrive during the downturn, an IP phone system
Meeting the Challenges of Database Management White Paper By Page 1 Executive Summary The database sits at the heart of an organisations IT systems. With the need for 24/7 availability increasing, it is
Can SaaS be your strategic advantage in building software? Presented by: Paul Gatty, Director of World Wide Operations Topics What is SaaS? How does SaaS differ from managed hosting? Advantages of SaaS
Get Your Business Moving In partnership with Nomis Connections Get Your Business Moving Mobile devices + the cloud = biggest business opportunity to come along in quite a while Businesses have more opportunity
The best of both worlds If fully embracing the Cloud is a step too far for your Service Management operation, perhaps a hybrid approach is what s required. VitAL speaks to the vice president and general
MANAGED SERVICES MAXIMUM PROTECTION, MINIMUM DOWNTIME Get peace of mind with proactive IT support Designed to protect your business, save you money and give you peace of mind, Talon Managed Services is
Anywhere, Anytime Time Tracking Benefits of a SaaS-based Time and Attendance Solution Summary Software as a Service (SaaS)-based time and attendance solutions offer strategic advantages to businesses and
Workforce Management in the Cloud Case Studies Reveal Benefits of Cloud Deployment White Paper Sponsored by Table of Contents The Rationale for Cloud Computing 3 Adoption in the Enterprise 4 Human Capital
December, 2011 SaaS and Cloud ERP Trends, Observations, and Performance 2011 Over the past five years, Aberdeen has been measuring the willingness of organizations to consider Software as a Service (SaaS)
WHITEPAPER Cloud, On-premise or Hybrid? Deciding Factors for Choosing your next Data Archiving Solution Cloud, On-premise or Hybrid Deciding factors for choosing your next data archive solution Executive
Your complete guide to Cloud Computing 1 Doc V1.0 Dec 2013 Table of Contents Hosted Desk- 3 The Cloud and Cloud Computing... 4 The benefits of Cloud Solutions 6 The Cloud is Growing - Rapidly 7 Resolving
Your consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website.