4 Biggest Business Challenges & How Cloud Technology Resolves It

By Saturday, October 17, 2015 0 No tags Permalink 0

Globalization has transformed the world as we know it, including our business operations and workflow processes. Regardless of the size of the company – whether a large corporation looking for strategic action or small startup trying to hit the ground running – technology today offers us the means to leverage our strengths and alleviate our weaknesses; basically developing one heck of competitive edge!

Cloud infrastructure is the icing on that technological cake, helping businesses overcome numerous challenges. What are these challenges? We identify four most pertinent business challenges that impede business, and how cloud software is saving the day.

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Should You Be In The Cloud?

By Thursday, December 23, 2010 0 Permalink 0

Recently the big technology companies have taken to using the term “cloud” as a way of marketing SaaS to non-tech users. From Microsoft putting “your photos” in the cloud to Cisco pushing “cloud meetings” the advertisers are having a field day. Why? Could it be because “cloud” is easier for consumers to get their heads around than “software as a service”. But is “cloud” software the right solution for business.

The following articles speak to the debate:




We are interested in your thoughts about this debate.

DO NOT – 9 Things NOT TO DO if you want to succeed

By Monday, November 22, 2010 0 No tags Permalink 0

You should do this, you should do that, but more importantly if you want your business to succeed:

1. Do not answer unrecognized phone calls

2. Do not e-mail first thing in the morning or last thing at night

3. Do not agree to meetings or calls with no clear agenda or end time

4. Do not let people ramble—forget “how’s it going?” and embrace “what’s up?”

5. Do not check e-mail constantly—“batch” and check at set times only

6. Do not over-communicate with low-profit, high-maintenance customers

7. Do not work more to fix overwhelm—prioritize

8. Do not carry a cellphone or iPhone 24/7, seven days a week—make evenings and/or Saturdays digital leash-free.

9. Do not expect work to fill a void that non-work relationships and activities should

10. Don’t sign up for eStudio

Managing Multiple Locations By Using Cloud Software

Follow these 4 tips for better extra-office communication between your office-based staff and other office locations.

1. Schedule weekly web meetings for your various working groups to keep everyone on the same page.

2. Use those web cams so your group members can see each other.

3. Don’t assign tasks randomly to your associates. Use project management software to organize routine tasks within a central project. The more automated your processes are the more harmonious

4. Have the management visit each remote location on a regular basis. Not possible- have the boss hold a quarterly web meeting with each location. Clear the air by using cloud software.