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Moving to the Cloud? Here’s 4 Reasons Why You Don’t Need To Go It Alone

Posted By Vision33, Friday, August 15, 2014

As more and more small to midsized enterprises (SMEs) explore the benefits of the cloud, many have already realized a fast, efficient, and cost effective deployment option for business software. But beyond offering an alternative to traditional on premise solutions, the cloud offers a strategic platform for innovation and a new engagement model for your customers, vendors, and other stakeholders. Indeed, companies that embrace the cloud, have the advantage of deploying their enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution via reliable web service providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS); giving them added freedom to experiment with new technologies that were once beyond their reach. With a more flexible technical infrastructure offered by the cloud, companies gain the ability to adapt to the demands of today’s ever changing market much more quickly.

Despite the shift to the cloud, SMEs nonetheless rely on implementation partners to help them navigate the implementation process. Indeed, moving to the cloud with the right partner can save your company time, money, and effort. Here’s how:

1)      Advanced Analytics

An experienced partner leverages the cloud’s analytic capabilities to provide you more insight into your business. Being able to access company data, dashboards, and reports from virtually anywhere gives you the information you need to provide additional value to your customers and remain agile in your market.

2)      Efficient Deployments

An ERP partner has more experience deploying your chosen solution than any in house IT employee does. By leveraging the cloud, your partner can ensure quick and effective deployments and upgrades of your ERP solution without being on premise. This allows you to enjoy the benefits of your solution faster and with fewer roadblocks.

3)      Reduced Time to Value

The cloud shortens the distance between the engineer and the end user. The right partner can help your company ensure that the employees who need access to your secure data can do so flexibly without being confined do their desk, allowing them to enter or access accurate information whenever they need to.

4)      Streamlined Business Operations

A dedicated partner knows how to unlock the full potential of using the cloud. Your partner will work with you to leverage the benefits of the cloud and reduce the complexity of your business processes. With the help of your partner, you can integrate disparate systems and consolidate your data into a single, user friendly platform.

The cloud allows companies to enjoy the benefits of an ERP solution that is both cost effective and scalable. With the right partner to guide them, companies unlock the full benefits of the cloud more quickly and efficiently. If you would like to receive more information about how moving to the cloud can benefit your company’s next ERP deployment, please contact us.

Tags:  cloud computing  ERP System  SAP Business One 

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CTA and OCx host Chris Kemp, CEO of Nebula, Inc.

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Infrastructure as a Service Private Cloud.

Keynote Speaker: Chris Kemp former NASA CTO, co-founder of OpenStack, and currently Nebula’s CEO.


>>Register now!


Educational event on the future of cloud computing and best practices in building cloud applications:

 

 

 

At 28, Chris Kemp was NASA's first CTO of IT. He went on to found OpenStack, the fastest-growing open source project in history that is putting the power of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) into the hands of any enterprise, anywhere. OpenStack is powering next-generation cloud infrastructures at the NSA, CERN, Comcast, XEROX PARC, and PayPal, backed by support from vendors including IBM, HP, and Dell.

Applications deployed on cloud infrastructures can often benefit from higher levels of performance, scalability, and cost-efficiency. Kemp, now the CEO of Nebula, Inc, will discuss the types of applications that can optimally run in the cloud and how to design applications to take advantage of cloud.

 


Nebula One: The world’s first cloud computer.

The event will conclude with a live demonstration of the world’s first cloud computer: the Nebula One. Nebula One is a turnkey system for deploying infrastructure-as-a-service that uses certified industry-standard servers from vendors including Dell, HP & SuperMicro. In this live demo, you will see how the Nebula One enables users to take advantage of the system’s self-service dashboard to instantly provision compute, network and storage resources on the world’s most secure, easily-implemented, OpenStack- based private cloud system.


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Tags:  cloud computing  cloud services 

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ArcMail Announces New Cloud Storage Gateway

Posted By Elise Milam, Market Creation Group, Friday, December 9, 2011
Updated: Friday, December 9, 2011

Get cost savings and convenience with secure storage in the cloud.

ArcMail is pleased to announce the launch of our highly anticipated Cloud Storage Gateway product, which allows you to leverage your existing storage infrastructures to store your archived content anywhere – in your local SAN, remote data centers, and private or public clouds. With the Cloud Storage Gateway, you have the all the benefits of ArcMail’s trusted archiving solutions – automatic indexing, the fastest search times and data security – without any additional hardware or maintenance costs.

How it works.

The Cloud Storage Gateway securely encrypts your electronic communications and related attachments and stores them in the remote or on-site locations of your choice.

Your data. Your choice.

ArcMail Cloud Storage Gateway not only gives you the freedom to choose virtually any cloud storage partner, including Amazon S3Rackspace Cloud FilesMicrosoft Azure and OpenStack, you can also control what files go where and how long they stay. Using a combination "near store” and "far store” approach, your IT department can determine the files they want securely available on-site, while also taking advantage of the cost savings that cloud storage offers.

Get started with the Cloud Storage Gateway today.

Want to learn more about how the Cloud Storage Gateway can revolutionize your content and email archiving solution? Please read our press release, visit our Cloud Storage Gateway web page, or contact our sales team today. 

To view the original blog post, visit ArcMail's blog.


Tags:  cloud computing  data archiving  data storage  enterprise archiving 

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