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The CIO’s Guide to a Bulletproof Ecommerce Investment

The Chief Information Officer (CIO) has one of the most critical jobs in any organization. The IT department he or she oversees is responsible for the swift, reliable, uninterrupted flow of business data between the company’s various systems. Often, these systems and the connections between them are incredibly complex. Take the relationship between an ecommerce […]

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Planning for Change: What to Expect when Moving to the Cloud

For many companies, the Cloud is still considered new and unfamiliar territory. For the uninitiated, the Cloud refers to the ability to share, store and process information through a network of servers. With Cloud hosting, a company’s online resources will be spread across various web servers, allowing companies to freely transmit and access their data […]

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All About the Cloud

Are you up in the cloud? Feeling lost in the cloud? Or have you been left out of the cloud? Here’s your chance to clear up any confusion. For this in-person event, Boyer & Associates is partnering with Atomic Data to educate on the cloud. You have a lot of options to consider when moving to the cloud. […]

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Hosting Microsoft Dynamics in the Cloud – evaluating IaaS, PaaS and SaaS

Application hosting is, debatably, the most popular use case in modern cloud computing. By moving on-premise applications to a scalable cloud infrastructure, you eliminate the need for costly hardware purchases, maintenance, updates and other IT headaches. Put simply, by hosting your applications, you reduce your IT costs and free up the department for things that matter. As part of a select group of […]

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An Early Look at Dynamics 365 – One Platform for ERP, CRM, and Applications

What if you could roll your financials, CRM, and all your productivity tools into a single cloud-based solution? Microsoft is making this dream combo into a reality with Dynamics 365, its upcoming platform that unifies all your workflows across financials, operations, CRM and business apps, all in the leading cloud for business, Microsoft Azure. The basics of […]

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Benefits of Hosting Dynamics NAV on Cloud

Owing to the significant benefits over the traditional on-premise option,  the cloud hosting option has become a very popular deployment option for Microsoft Dynamics NAV. It not only relieves your headache of installing and maintaining IT Infrastructure, but it also gives you the freedom to access your system from anywhere. Moreover, with Microsoft Dynamics NAV […]

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Comparing Cloud Providers: Deconstructing the Packaged Promotions

As you’re shopping for a new cloud services provider, you come across a fantastic promotion – only $1xx for a “industry-specific” cloud package – everything you need to be up and running and with extras specific to your industry. But wait – hold the phone. WHO said that’s everything you need and WHAT is that […]

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ERP in the Time of Breaches. Eight Keys to Data Security In (and out of) The Cloud

How do you make sure your ERP solution can stand up to the data security, hacking, spying, and breaches in our current times? While there is no one-size-fits-all plan, executives and IT professionals should embrace and ensure a strong data security posture – along with your cloud and other solution provider offerings - whether the […]

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Cloud Hosting: Pros and Cons of Moving Your ERP to the Cloud

Cloud hosting – is it for your business? With 47% of companies surveyed by Gartner planning on moving their core systems to the cloud in the next 5 years, you may be wondering if this is something you should hop on before you miss the bus. Moving ERP to the cloud is not just a […]

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6 Things to Consider When Choosing a Cloud Partner

Despite the increased use of cloud in businesses, its full potential still remains relatively unexplored, especially in the relationships between vendors and customers when forming a partnership. Of all channel partners, managed services providers (MSPs) run the greatest risk of cloud hosting providers dropping the partnership and launching a competitive product. This can have a devastating […]

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