Some companies that smartly manage BYOD and to what extent it should be allowed, will figure how it can save money. Those companies will also have to accurately compare/measure productivity under a tightly controlled mobile environment and one governed by a BYOD policy.
If you are already using CRM or considering implementing one it may prove worthwhile to understand how CRM software can help reinforcing your business. It has often been observed that businesses invest in software solutions without fully understanding its advantages and how those can be used towards betterment of the business. More often than not a decision of installing business intelligent solution is influenced by the current market trend and this holds truer for smaller business enterprises, which have limited resource to conduct market research or invest in the latest IT innovations.
While getting into the cloud fast can seem attractive, a deliberate step-by-step approach is the wisest course. Rushing to the cloud without considering all its implications is not a good idea. So here are five steps to consider as you evaluate cloud options.
Companies are adopting the cloud as they realize more and more benefits. Few jump in whole hog based on the cloud hype and there's been plenty of that. Still, as the cloud becomes more mainstream, new terms crop up.
By 2030, the amount of data is forecast to have grown to 1 Yottabyte (a lotta bytes, for sure...think 1 followed by 24 zeroes). That was the prediction of Martin Saddler from HPLabs, who I heard make a presentatation in London a few weeks ago.
Family photos are a staple in my family. I've taken lots of them on trips and special occasions.
My conversion from film to digital occurred 15 years ago and I've scanned about 350 GB worth of print photos on my system. I have multiple copies on separate drives and a number of them have been burned on DVDs. But you know, I don’t want to lose the family history. So, I finally decided to keep an extra copy in the cloud. I should have done that a long time ago, but you know how these things go.
A couple weeks ago I wrote a blog entry about the need of doing your homework when embracing open source software as you have no vendor to turn to. One question that was raised was why this could not be done once and for all by a trusted organization. For some open source software, this is done. It’s called a distribution.
For several months now, I’m involved in a project. The objective, do something we never did before.
Loving innovation, that’s something for me, isn’t it? So, I embarked with very little description and started thinking at how we could build what we were looking for. I have to explain you that my piece is part of a larger project, an expansion of something that has been done a while ago, a new version.