I am often amused, and slightly irritated, when I see a news headline, social media comment, or blog post on the success of Healthcare Reform and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) measured as an increased percentage of insured Americans. Another common measurement, eliciting similar emotions within, is that of the… Read More
Today in business, it’s no longer a question of “what is the Cloud” but rather, “Who can help me get there?” A trusted partner can show you where you are, where you can go, and the best path to get you there.
Even with all of the information available today about the “Cloud,” many companies still fear migrating their mission-critical applications to the Cloud, or deploying new ones to the Cloud. In this article, we challenge three common areas of concern. Physical Access is Critical In traditional “on-premises” environments, software generally runs on a… Read More
In a recent conversation with some of my colleagues who work in human resources technology, the question came up about the meaning of a digital workplace. Putting a definition around a digital workplace is a challenging task, as it is an ever-evolving construct. A digital workplace is much more than… Read More
Microsoft Dynamics CRM is a great tool to manage companies, people, marketing, customer service, and many custom solutions based on relationships. It provides a way to store structured information that is related to other information. For a sales organization, this might be a prospect company or a person who wants… Read More
On April 12, 2016 Microsoft will end extended support for SQL Server 2005. This means no more bug fixes, no patches and no support. On April 13, CIO’s everywhere will come to their DBA’s desk, eyes bulging in panic, when they realize this lack of support puts them out of… Read More