Wearable tech and the future of cloud ERP

A recent study conducted by the University of London looked into the positive aspects of introducing wearable technology at the workplace.

One of the key takeaways from the study is that wearable technology can improve employee productivity by as much as 8.5% while enhancing job satisfaction by 3.5%. Writing for CNN, Dr. Chris Brauer, the person who spearheaded the study tells us that such wearables could help in building a symbiotic growth relationship between the employer and the...

Wearable Tech And The Future Of Cloud ERP

A recent study conducted by the University of London looked into the positive aspects of introducing wearable technology at the workplace. One of the key takeaways from the study is that wearable technology can improve employee productivity by as much as 8.5% while enhancing job satisfaction by 3.5%. Writing for the CNN, Dr. Chris Brauer, the person who spearheaded the study tells us that such wearables could help in building a symbiotic growth relationship between the employer...

How niche cloud services can compete against the likes of Microsoft and Google

A recent study conducted by Osterman Research revealed the growing popularity of tools like Microsoft SharePoint. Between 2012 and 2014, the percentage of employees using SharePoint within an organization has risen from 39% to 75%.

A major reason for this terrific rise is due to the spurt in the use of intranet applications like document collaboration, file sharing and records management. Interestingly, file sharing on SharePoint (82% of respondents) appears to have trumped popular...

How Big Data is driving Cloud adoption among businesses

A survey report published on the ExpertIP blog late last year showed that enterprise CIOs see big data as the technology that will cause the biggest organizational impact over the next few years. However, given the complexity of the systems involved, only 40% of the CIOs are expected to rise up to the big data challenge by 2017.

One area where big data is expected to be a game changer is in cloud adoption.

A recent...

How Big Data Is Driving Cloud Adoption Among Businesses

A survey report published on the ExpertIP blog late last year showed that enterprise CIOs see big data as the technology that will cause the biggest organizational impact over the next few years. However, given the complexity of the systems involved, only 40% of the CIOs are expected to rise up to the big data challenge by 2017.

One area where big data is expected to be a game changer is in cloud adoption. A recent Technology Business...

How profitable is cloud for the vendors?

The cost benefits that cloud computing offers to its users is something that has been discussed ad nauseam.

In a study conducted by researchers from UC Berkeley and INRIA, France showed that cloud computing can offer savings of anywhere between 40-95% depending on resource usage.

This potential for cloud based systems to bring about huge savings in their annual expenditure is what has been driving the massive migration from in-house server based technology sytems to...

How Profitable Is Cloud For The Vendors?

The cost benefits that cloud computing offers to its users is something that has been discussed ad nauseam. A study conducted by researchers from UC Berkeley and INRIA, France showed that cloud computing can offer savings of anywhere between 40-95% depending on resource usage.

This potential for cloud based systems to bring about huge savings in their annual expenditure is what has been driving the massive migration from in-house server based...

Is Cloud A Profitable Business For Vendors?

The cost benefits that cloud computing offers to its users is something that has been discussed ad nauseam. A study conducted by researchers from UC Berkeley and INRIA, France showed that cloud computing can offer savings of anywhere between 40-95% depending on resource usage.

This potential for cloud based systems to bring about huge savings in their annual expenditure is what has been driving the massive migration from in-house server based...