• Cloud Costs: What Drives Up My Fees?

    Cloud Costs: What Drives Up My Fees?
    Article originally published here on MSDynamicsWorld.com. Beyond marveling at the range of easily available choices in the cloud, there are some criteria that remain difficult for businesses to evaluate as they attempt to select the right software for their needs. Whether you are a large or small organization, you have defined processes, silos to integrate and proprietary and regulated data that may require specific governance. There are many more business decisions to be made...
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  • User Patterns: The Real Hole in Threat Detection

    User Patterns: The Real Hole in Threat Detection
    The ability to detect and prevent threats stands at the center of most organizations' security posture. Gartner recently announced that companies now see technology security and compliance as a strategic item, no longer relegated to the tactical. This is with good reason.   Average Security Breach: 263 Days Undetected! The average breach goes 263 days before detection (no, that's not a misprint). That same breach (again, on average) costs a cool $3.5 million...
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  • Thoughts from Microsoft Ignite: Azure Stack is the Game-Changer

    Thoughts from Microsoft Ignite: Azure Stack is the Game-Changer
    I attended my first Microsoft Ignite earlier this month. Well, technically it was everyone's first Ignite, as it was previously called TechEd. There was a tangible excitement and difference around this conference compared to its predecessor, widely known as a techie conference. This one kicked off with a Satya Nadella keynote and some pretty powerful announcements. The Power is with the Partner Mixed in with vNext product announcement was one that could be a real...
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  • Cloud and Data: What goes Where?

    Cloud and Data: What goes Where?
    Geoffrey Moore presented the keynote at a recent SPS Commerce event I attended. He wrote Crossing the Chasm as well as a new book, Escape Velocity. With millions of copies sold, Crossing the Chasm is a must read for those in emerging technology markets or other early adopter areas. One of the areas Moore addressed during his presentation was the differences between private and public cloud – and what goes where. I found it very...
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  • Nothin’ But Net: The Dynamics GP 2013 / 2015 Web Client

    Nothin’ But Net: The Dynamics GP 2013 / 2015 Web Client
    It seems many people have been waiting for GP 2015 before considering converting to the web client. When your solution is deployed with a cloud provider, the web client can help alleviate so many of the problems that people have working with GP in the cloud. Dynamics web clients were built for the cloud. Products such as Dynamics CRM have easily adapted to cloud implementations.  Dynamics GP will only continue to become more cloud-friendly as time...
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