The Office 365 Decision.

Posted by Theresa Hietpas

Dec 9, 2014 9:00:00 AM


In today’s market, subscription based software is becoming more and more popular for software developers. Many prefer to control the use of their software products through a subscription model rather than the traditional outright purchase of the software. Along with the ubiquitous nature of the Internet, this has led to offering software as a “rented” service, SaaS, rather than a product you buy once and may or may not upgrade. Microsoft’s Office Productivity suite, including popular programs such as Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint has followed suit, and for several years now has been offered as Office 365, a truly impressive, cloud-based SaaS, always current and up to date in a variety of sizes and combinations to fit a wide variety of customers.

The adoption rate has been through the roof…but, is it right for you?

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Topics: cutting costs, cloud computing, Microsoft, data protection

Technology Increases Productivity

Posted by Blog Tipster

Nov 27, 2012 10:52:00 AM

Does it make sense that spending money on updated technology will actually cut costs for my company? YES! That is so long as everything that you purchase suits your company’s needs.   Costs will not be cut if you overbuy and purchase hardware or software that is not the right fit for your company. 

There are endless examples where a company can spend some money on technology, but in the long run saves a lot of money because of the increase in business productivity.  For example, an employee might spend hours looking for a document that a fellow employee emailed them, but if they had just saved it to a file on the network this could become a process that would take less than a minute.  A lot of employees benefit today, from their companies offering them smart phones to use for work purposes.  Whether it is the ability to instantly respond to an email through their smart phone, or simply being able to reach an employee who is out of the office, the technology of employee’s having phones certainly can increase productivity for some companies. 

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Topics: technology costs, cutting costs

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