Once upon a time, advanced data technologies were luxuries only big businesses could afford since they were costly and required specialized skill sets to maintain. That changed in the advent of the cloud, which vastly improved the way businesses utilize technology.
Managed IT services has proven to be the most essential business tech trend of the decade, as it has afforded many small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) IT capabilities that they could previously only dream of. However, many business owners remain wary of working with managed services providers (MSPs) despite their proven benefits.
Microsoft released Dynamics 365 Business Central as an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). If you're already familiar with Dynamics NAV, then Dynamics 365 Business Central will seem similar.
Dynamics 365 Business Central is Microsoft’s all-in-one ERP solution that connects every aspect of the business.
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.
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.
Small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) today may still have the same interior design, office furniture, and employees, but one thing has clearly changed in recent years: technology.
21st century organizations are realizing the value of implementing the latest IT solutions, and thanks to that they are working faster than ever, more flexible than ever, and have become real contenders in the market.
Implementing Microsoft Dynamics GP is one of the most beneficial investments a company can make. By integrating financial management with workflow automation, inventory, and analytics, Dynamics GP can dramatically enhance business performance. Over the years, more companies have become aware of this and are now planning to purchase the enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for themselves.
Starting a business is a huge achievement, but keeping it running and making it successful are the real challenges. Reports from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics show that 20 percent of small businesses shut down by the end of their first year, and around 50 percent fail by the end of their fifth.
The world of IT never gets boring, and new trends rise and fall at a rapid pace. Last year, wearable technology and AI chatbots were all the rage. And in the past six months, tech companies have released cutting-edge upgrades and tools that could certainly transform the way you do business, and companies quick to understand and embrace these trends can gain enormous success.
Data is an extremely valuable asset in any industry. It gives organizations the ability to analyze market trends, create financial forecasts, and plan for the future. It’s so crucial to running a successful business that regularly saving their files is something your employees should have ingrained in their day-to-day operations.