Tag - Cloud computing

Business Manager’s Guide to Software Infrastructure Business Manager’s Guide to Software Infrastructure Business Manager’s Guide to Software Infrastructure

Business Manager’s Guide to Software Infrastructure

Author: | Post Date: 24 Feb 2015

Choosing the type of software infrastructure that you want any enterprise software system to run on is an important early step. From cloud to in-house, there are a range of trade-offs between risk, cost and service constraints that you make with each type of infrastructure. Technology vendors are much in love with revolution and so this next statement will be controversial. From a business manager’s [...]


When to put your ERP system in the cloud When to put your ERP system in the cloud When to put your ERP system in the cloud

When to put your ERP system in the cloud

Author: | Post Date: 13 Feb 2014

The other week I was at a friend’s house having a barbeque when his granddaughter ran out of the house clutching my friend’s iPad asking (in a way that only 4 year old girls can) to watch Peppa Pig. My friend’s reaction was to tell her to put the TV on but the demand came back “NO! On my pad, on my pad”. [...]


Cloud not ready for ERP in manufacturing Cloud not ready for ERP in manufacturing Cloud not ready for ERP in manufacturing

Cloud not ready for ERP in manufacturing

Author: | Post Date: 13 Feb 2014

While cloud computing is one of the latest trends in the IT industry, the delivery of computing and storage capacity as a service is not that new. In fact, some of the underlying concepts of cloud computing date back to the 1970s with users accessing mainframes via thin clients or terminal computers. Read 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 [...]


Keeping up with the customers Keeping up with the customers Keeping up with the customers

Keeping up with the customers

Author: | Post Date: 13 Feb 2014

I found it interesting to note how two recent and completely unrelated events, both emphasized the growing impact of mobile devices in the world of computer technology. The first was a product survey that SYSPRO conducted amongst its customers across the globe. It produced an extensive number of individual responses to a wide range of questions; offering ample evidence of SYSPRO’s ability to understand [...]


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 [...]



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