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5 Office 365 Myths Debunked

5 Office 365 Myths Debunked

Productivity software has played an important role in businesses for decades. Since its initial release way back in 1990, Microsoft Office has been the gold standard for workplace productivity. In fact, many of its core applications, such as Microsoft Word and Excel, have been around for even longer.

How Machine Learning Is Transforming Enterprise Resource Planning

How Machine Learning Is Transforming Enterprise Resource Planning

Modern businesses are extremely reliant on their technology to the extent that they find themselves facing increasingly enormous data sets. In most organizations, that data is easily their most valuable commodity. Yet, it’s the ability to make sense of all this data that enables an organization to leverage technology to its fullest potential and remain at the forefront of innovation.

Everything You Need to Know to Ensure a Smooth Cloud Migration

Everything You Need to Know to Ensure a Smooth Cloud Migration

According to recent studies, more than 90% of businesses now use the cloud for a portion of their computing workloads.

Nonetheless, for any organization thinking of making that move, planning such a transition can be a daunting task. IT managers often fear that projects will be fraught with unforeseen complications, but with some careful planning and by working with the right company, there should be no reason for disruptions to affect your everyday operations.

4 Best Security Practices for Enterprise Resource Planning

4 Best Security Practices for Enterprise Resource Planning

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) refers to the integrated management of business processes, such as inventory management, customer relationship management, and marketing and sales. Typically mediated by technology, which is increasingly likely to come in the form of a fully cloud-enabled infrastructure, ERP involves the handling of large sets of confidential corporate and customer data.

How to unify multi-entity organizations with Sage Intacct

How to unify multi-entity organizations with Sage Intacct

It's a good time to be running a business and it’s not uncommon for small- and medium-sized companies to expand into multi-entity enterprises in the span of a few years. On top of that, a recent report from Small Business Trends found that 72% of small businesses plan to go global in 2017.

That's exciting news, but businesses with multiple offices are an accounting nightmare without the right tools.

Is your business outgrowing QuickBooks?

Is your business outgrowing QuickBooks?

Ask any owner of a small business which accounting software they use, and chances are most of them will say QuickBooks. For many years, the software has been the gold standard in the small-business environment, and it remains by far the most popular on-premises solution.

Common ways companies misuse their CRM data

Common ways companies misuse their CRM data

Every tool has a unique purpose, and while it’s sometimes tempting to deviate from this purpose, the results aren’t likely to be very good. For example, many businesses misuse their customer relationship management platform. The CRM suite is designed for a specific set of tasks; but if you’re not using it correctly, you won’t be gaining any value out of it.

Security and Cloud Computing – Important Factors to Consider

Security and Cloud Computing – Important Factors to Consider

Migrating business applications to the cloud offers many long-term benefits, such as reduced overhead and practically unlimited scalability and accessibility. At the same time, choosing the right cloud provider can be a daunting process.

Although there are many factors to consider, security should never be overlooked when it comes to the cloud.

How secure is SaaS compared to on-premises software?

How secure is SaaS compared to on-premises software?

In the past, a widely held belief among business owners was that cloud-hosted applications were less secure than traditional, on-premises software. Those people would be right given that cloud services were not properly managed years ago and that there was practically a buffet line of weaknesses hackers could exploit.