Cloud-based data protection helps dental practice keeps doors open while recovering from a database disruption.
Just a few years ago, smart appliances seemed like novelty products for rich business owners. Now, the Internet of Things (IoT) has become a viable solution for putting your business ahead of the curve. But whether it’s a smart fridge or a surveillance camera that connects to your phone, IoT devices should be treated and secured just like any computer in a network.
Big data isn’t just for big businesses Cloud computing and big data are no longer just buzz words, they are driving business transformation even for small and midsize businesses. By bringing together business applications and familiar productivity tools, the cloud can now offer the insights you need to better understand your customers and drive your success.
Not everyone has fully recovered from the WannaCry ransomware attacks which struck businesses and organizations in May. Now, malware named Nyetya is will be right up there as one of the worst cyberattacks in history. Like WannaCry, its attackers took advantage of unpatched Microsoft susceptibilities and demanded a $300 ransom in Bitcoins. But there are key differences between the two that are worth taking a look.
Cloud Solutions can save businesses a significant amount of money which is why so many businesses are switching over. But, you need to be aware of the hidden costs. And while they might seem minor at first, they can add up to quite a lot if left unchecked. Minimize cloud computing costs with these five tips:
For most businesses, it makes sense to get started with a basic accounting software package such as QuickBooks. But, then there comes a time when your business literally outgrows the software. You need systems that can keep up with and support new business opportunities and changing demands. Perhaps your business has a new division, needs additional functionality such as manufacturing or distribution or requires more detailed reporting.
This baking company based in Boston, MA had a great relationship with their partner for years, but wanted to get more out of NAV and needed more support.
Some of you are already quite aware of how the cloud works & what options you have for Deploying Dynamics NAV. However, there are those of you who may not.
Your goal is to wow your customer—innovating is why you’re in business. But the more manual steps you have —from balancing the budget to managing the supply chain—the harder it can be to stay relevant and keep costs in check. Are time-consuming processes and disconnected systems holding you back?