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Wednesday, 02 March 2016 09:51

SAP Anywhere cloud suite for e-business

ERP business SAP brings a new cloud-based marketing, sales, e-commerce and inventory solution tailored to the needs of medium and small businesses

John Paterson argues that the public sector isn’t able to take advantage of software as a services low-cost and low-risk solutions because of an archaic procurement model and a hardwired reluctance to move to new suppliers.

Wednesday, 16 September 2015 17:26

It’s official cloud makes your profits grow

A survey of small and medium-sized businesses finds that UK businesses who move to the cloud are seeing higher revenue growth and more than double the profits

Andrew Ford looks at the five key post-migration strategies that every business should follow to help them get the most from their cloud spend.

New Acronis True Image Cloud provides businesses with cloud and local data protection with new support for Android, iPhone, and iPad Devices and Windows Tablets and is Windows 10 ready

Sage Life now becomes Sage Live and Sage CEO, Stephen Kelly claims this is the start of a real-time accounting revolution for business

The Governments new cyber security voucher scheme offers a paltry £1 million grant and a glorified job board to help SMEs fight cyber-crime and to promote people to start learning cyber security skills

Only a quarter of small firms are actually investing in technology such as cloud computing, even though they could reap many benefits from going down this route says Steve Belton.

New private cloud service aimed at small and medium sized businesses aims to increase confidence in the cloud

A coalition of G-Cloud providers has described the Digital Services 2 procurement initiative as deeply flawed and unfit for purpose

Hosting business 1&1 has launched a new selection of cloud servers aimed at SMEs that can be paid for by the minute and take just 55 seconds to deploy.

Thursday, 01 January 2015 15:58

Securing your data in the cloud - Storage 101

With more and more services offered via the cloud, asking how secure these services are is the right thing to do. Steve Bell, spells out the dangers and offers a few tips on how to protect yourself.

Sage is releasing their very first end to end cloud-based accounts production software, Sage Final Accounts Online designed by accountants and aimed at optimising work for accountants with small business clients

A quick guide for small businesses on how you check that a possible supplier is able to offer what you need, and doesn’t sell you into a system that damages your business or costs you more money that you need to spend.

New research shows small businesses are set to propel the adoption of cloud services in 2015

OpenText is to launch OpenText Core, a new cloud-based multi-tenant SAAS offering for Information Management based on the OpenText Cloud infrastructure that brings enterprise-grade solutions to all businesses.

For those looking to dive into cloud for the first time, Rick Delgado picks the top five things to consider when looking to create a cloud solution

Red Hat has launched its free OpenShift Startup Program to allow new start-ups and growing businesses to take advantage of Red Hat’s platform as a service cloud environment to reduce costs

New features for Connected Data’s Transporter automatically protect data against acci2015dental modification and deletion while also providing an audit trail of changes

More than half of UK businesses admitted to having only partial understanding around the potential of cloud technologies

Node4’s cloud-based File Sync and Share is aimed at encouraging small and medium sized businesses to move away from consumer applications like Dropbox and Google Drive.

Businesses around the world prefer to keep their data stored in a cloud within 150 miles of their business location finds a survey by Acronis

Cloud accounting business Xero has launched what it describes as the “world’s largest small business app marketplace,” offering more than 350 accounting-related solutions covering everything from online payments to invoicing tools.

If you’re a service provider then you’re missing a profitable sector by ignoring the small and medium sized (SMB) market says Liron Golan of Amdocs

Intermedia’s 2014 SMB Rogue Access Study explores the security threat posed by former employees and finds some worrying statistics on employees leaving with cloud application user names and passwords to Salesforce, PayPal & other sensitive corporate apps.

Tuesday, 12 August 2014 15:44

Sage moves Sage 50 Accounts to the cloud

The accounting package of choice for thousands of businesses and accountants is to move to a cloud version with the launch of Sage 50 Accounts; new features includeSage Drive, subscription pricing, and two mobile business apps.

Simon Shorthose, Managing Director of ReadSoft outlines how using Cloud computing intelligently can provide medium and small businesses with the capability to more effectively compete with larger enterprises.

Independent research finds that over half of small and medium sized business believe the IT manager will be dead by 2024 and that the current IT infrastructure isn’t up to scratch

NaviSite Europe is partnering with PMGC to deliver Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) technology and  powering its SmartDesk virtual working environment.

The Cloud Industry Forum finds over half of UK users of Windows Server 2003 are considering a move to the cloud for their new IT infrastructure.

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