Among the many kingdoms in the popular “Game of Thrones” series, there is a secluded island that is home to an ancient temple and a clan of assassins.
As leaders in business or IT, automation has always been understood as an approach to manage cost and increase operational efficiency.
Structural changes, stricter risk management practices, evolving compliance requirements and a fluid regulatory environment continue to impact the global capital markets and how regulated users navigate them.
Organizations of all sizes within every industry are abuzz about “The Cloud.”
The biggest challenge in the healthcare industry is using technology to assist in complying with new government requirements and mandates.
IBM introduced the first desktop PC in 1981—the same year as Sage’s inception in Newcastle, UK, developing an estimating and accounting software for small businesses.
The term “Cloud” started becoming a buzzword about seven years ago, when software vendors began more strongly pushing Internet-based computing and “hosted” software solutions as viable alternatives to on premise (internally housed).
A small business’s journey towards business profitability is an uphill battle.
Advent of these technologies has changed the outlook and roles of business leaders.
Adam Krembel helps spearhead business development for CloudCheckr Inc. He specializes in evolving.
With the recent emergence of the cloud as a viable enterprise IT solution, many businesses are reevaluating their placement of application workloads.