A Forbes survey reported that 74% of tech CFOs said cloud computing would have the most pronounced impact on their businesses in 2017.
How collaborative software that lives in cyberspace can help your business.
One of the most urgent tasks facing CEOs is digital transformation, a point underscored by the growing importance of the relationship between CEOs and CIOs.
Migrating to the cloud can grant mid-size companies the efficiency, flexibility and cost savings they need to grow.
Mid-market companies are looking to technology investments to help increase both efficiency and profitability. And by adding more digitization and technology, they are also boosting both their credibility with their customers and their brand image.
Two manufacturing veterans offer their observations on game-changing technology and having the right talent.
Suri Suriyakumar took a print shop—a dying industry—and repositioned it to focus on the only thriving niche left—architecture, which requires the printing of as many of 10,000 drawings per project. After buying several more small shops, ARC Document Solutions, Suriyakumar’s new business, is now a $407-million architectural documents provider with 2,500 employees. And as technology becomes integral to all business today, Suriyakumar is now reinventing his business again, with the digitization of architectural drawings into the cloud.
CEOs need to merge their disparate IT systems to keep growing—but must do so carefully. The cloud can help.
How cloud computing helps SMEs go global.
Music Mastermind couldn’t exist without cloud computing. The company’s core product is Zya, a free music application and game that allows customers—mostly in the 13- to 24-year age range—to download clips from their favorite songs and add their own voices in what they call a “mash-up.”
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