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When Transition to Software as a Service (SaaS) ERP Model is a Smooth Process

When considering the switch to SaaS, you want to know what to expect as well as plan ahead to avoid potential pitfalls. We’re going to review a situation where a company moves to a SaaS deployment, so you can see first-hand how a smooth transition is possible.   ABC Company has been hearing a lot […]

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Top 3 SaaS Security Issues and Risks

Software as a service (Saas) is the hottest trend in business infrastructure software for good reasons. There are loads of freedoms afforded by this structure. However, with every new technology comes new risks for early adopters. If you’re considering taking the plunge for your business, you should at least first understand some of the new […]

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Is Your Head in the Clouds? ERP Hosting Insight…

Before I get struck by lightning, I thought I had better share InterDyn – Remington Consulting’s knowledge on  Software as Service (SaaS)/Cloud environments with all who are making decisions on whether to continue to host their software applications internally or have them hosted externally by a service provider.  With so many software solutions being offered in […]

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Thinking About Software As A Solution (SaaS)?

In a recent (2009) conference, hosted by Computerworld, it became clear that SaaS is now mainstream.  To quote some of the attendees: “SaaS adoption has moved past the ‘tipping point’” “A new ecosystem is forming around Cloud computing that will transform the IT sector.” “SaaS is not an optional disruptive technology.” “Cloud, SaaS and Mobility […]

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9 Interview Questions to Choose the Right ERP Software Data Center Hosting Provider

The latest buzz in the ERP software world is “cloud computing” (aka “software as a service/SAAS” or “hosting”). Basically this means that a data center, separate from your location, installs and maintains your software on their servers and you access it securely over the Internet. There are a lot of companies out there that are eager to host your Microsoft Dynamics GP software – but who can you really trust with this precious system that is really the backbone of your business? Here are 9 interview questions you can ask a potential data center/hosting partner to separate the good from the not so good:

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Putting SaaS to Work in Your Business

Everyone can recall horror stories about mishaps that occur when workers aren’t on the same page, collaborating effectively to keep business running smoothly and productively.  But, should collaboration break down the consequences can be serious. Efficient collaboration is rarely simple and it can take many forms. Some needs are internally focused, for instance, keeping employees […]

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