Software as a service is still misunderstood by IT and business decision-makers, so it’s time to bust the five most common misconceptions.
Some good advice to help you save money, which especially important now!
Another great article that will help you understand the pros and cons of Cloud Computing (on of the latest industry “buzz words”) for your business.
If you’re still using Windows XP in your business, this could be an issue. I’ve been using Windows Vista for nearly 2 years with no major issues.
Great article that explains the real value proposition of technology for business, saving and/or making money!
CIO does a nice job of walking through a practical real-world implementation and illustrating the value.
Much good advice in this article, especially as it pertains to SaaS.
In most organizations, IT only exists to serve the needs of the business. After nearly 17 years in this business, I have come to realize that unfortunately, many technical people lose sight of the fact they they are not being paid to write the world’s most elegant program or make the network download images 1 nanosecond faster, they are being paid to help the business people address business challenges and generally make business better, faster and stronger (yes, that’s a cheesy play on the $6 Million Dollar Man intro).
This article has some good advice for business people who want to ensure that their IT folks are focused on business and ROI as well as for IT folks who occasionally need to be reminded that they exist to serve their customers, whether internal or external.
A great article about Software as a Service (SaaS). Have no doubt, this is the way much if not most software will be delivered in the not-too-distant future. If your organization is still building or buying and deploying traditional client-server software applications, now is the time to learn about SaaS solutions and how they can drastically reduce your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
We currently have 16 customers from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses using one of our SaaS applications with amazing success and this is the direction we are heading for most of our customers.
I have a PowerPoint of the presentation I did for ITEC Cincinnati in 2006 and would be happy to share it if you’d like more information.