Cloud ERP

Data Storage: On-Premises or in the Cloud? Data Storage: On-Premises or in the Cloud? Data Storage: On-Premises or in the Cloud?

Data Storage: On-Premises or in the Cloud?

Author: | Post Date: 29 Sep 2016

With technology constantly evolving, there may be times when you feel that you just can’t keep up. It’s at these times that you have to keep an open mind and be open to new possibilities. The saying you can’t teach an old dog new tricks cannot apply in this day and age. (more…)


Cloud for ERP has come of age Cloud for ERP has come of age Cloud for ERP has come of age

Cloud for ERP has come of age

Author: | Post Date: 22 Sep 2015

Three years ago the cloud was an immature offering and incomplete. Its voice was high pitched and it had acne. But now it is coming into its own with more integration layers and cloud services becoming available. The ecosystem that ERP relies on in the cloud has grown up too, currently even shaving, driving a car and enjoying full-time employment. (more…)


Mining the Possibilities of a Green Cloud Mining the Possibilities of a Green Cloud Mining the Possibilities of a Green Cloud

Mining the Possibilities of a Green Cloud

Author: | Post Date: 13 Feb 2014

I recently finished watching the new television series, Grimm. The lead character in the adventure discovers that he is a descendent of the Brothers Grimm. This led me to reread the Brothers Grimm fairytales and inevitably, I came across Mother Holly again. To cut a long fairy tale short, a widow’s stepdaughter ends up working for the devilish Mother Holly. However the quality of [...]


Coming out of the (book) closet Coming out of the (book) closet Coming out of the (book) closet

Coming out of the (book) closet

Author: | Post Date: 13 Feb 2014

I like books. You know, the kind that are made out of paper and have words typed onto a page. You may remember them. That was before we had eReaders which I really don’t like. With a real book you can feel the pages and turn them with your fingers. I cannot remember a time when the battery on my book ran out, and [...]