Cloud has become a four letter word. Frequently when we meet someone and mention “cloud” computing, I see their teeth grit. “I had a horrible experience with the cloud” they say. After a few more questions, it becomes obvious that what they were involved in was not “cloud” at all, but rather something they were told was cloud.
Author: Steve Mordue MVP
Next Microsoft Dynamics CRM service update will include a new, cloud-based, cross-platform, native mobile application.
A lot of companies talk about customer service. Obviously they realize it is an important component in a Client’s mind, particularly when it comes to IT services. Let’s just say the IT services industry has not been known for “Exceptional” customer service.
Forceworks is pleased to announce the following recent Certifications and Partnerships.
Okay, the cloud drumbeat has been getting progressively louder over the last few years, so by now, I am sure you have heard it. You have probably heard the usual stuff about saving money, eliminating headaches, access on any device, blah, blah.
There is a cloud of marketing and hype surrounding “cloud” technologies. A fog of jargony words and needlessly ugly acronyms obscure understanding and make everything look like the same, soft grayish fog. IaaS, PaaS,...
Microsoft announces improvements to its support for security and privacy in Office 365.
Thirty-eight percent of U.S. banking customers are online-oriented and 18 percent are mobile-enabled, according to new research.