Darin ChipmanAuthor

June 9, 2020 - Application Support and Filling Gaps with Flexibility

Darin Chipman

College gap year, spark plug gaps, offensive line gaps, financial stock gaps… There are many different types of gaps out there, but there is one that not all consumers of SaaS applications recognize. Gaps in application support. Yes, it is true, there are gaps that exist in supporting SaaS applications and the main gap is between the end-users and the standard support provided by the application vendor.

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Ben PastroAuthor

February 27, 2017 - Delivering a Better Customer Experience with Salesforce

Ben Pastro

Kronos-Blog-ImageOrganizations must provide a seamless experience for their customers and employees or risk losing them. The challenge of integrating systems to support a seamless experience has grown with the adoption of the cloud.  More narrowly focused SaaS applications are replacing complex on-premises systems that offered this capability only after years of development and deployment.  The world of integration often includes cloud to cloud and cloud to on-premises scenarios.  Continue reading “Delivering a Better Customer Experience with Salesforce”

Julian TroakeAuthor

February 9, 2017 - Hosting Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) on the AWS Cloud – Cost Saving

Julian Troake

Oracle ERP and Database Migration to the AWS CloudThe proof keeps stacking up that companies are successfully hosting Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) on the AWS Cloud. This winning combo of Oracle EBS and AWS Cloud produces reduced costs and increased performance that exceed customers’ expectations. Continue reading “Hosting Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) on the AWS Cloud – Cost Saving”

Cyndee MilleyAuthor

December 8, 2016 - The Importance of Defining Cloud Security Responsibilities

Cyndee Milley

Cloud Security ResponsibilitiesAs migration into the Cloud accelerates, the criticality of identifying who owns security responsibilities becomes imperative. What are the responsibilities of the Cloud infrastructure provider, the managed service provider, and the end customer? Delineation of these lines of responsibilities are key to a clear set of mutual expectations, an unambiguous Master Services Agreement (MSA), and, perhaps most importantly, a well-coordinated security incident response. Understanding who holds what information and how to tap into it can save valuable time in evaluating the extent of a suspected security event Continue reading “The Importance of Defining Cloud Security Responsibilities”

Greg BouchillonAuthor

April 20, 2016 - What is the most important change we need to make when adopting cloud technology?

Greg Bouchillon

Cloud Blog PostIn my webinar and ebook, I talked about the new methodology we’re using at Apps Associates to foster successful cloud adoption. In this post, I want to delve deeper into a particular aspect of cloud adoption that is crucial for success: change management. Continue reading “What is the most important change we need to make when adopting cloud technology?”

Ravi MadabhushanamAuthor

September 18, 2014 - How Midsize Businesses Can Benefit from Cloud Computing

Ravi Madabhushanam

How_Midsize_Businesses_Can_Benefit_from_Cloud_Computing Many midsize businesses have considered the cloud for their IT systems as it has revolutionized business processes by reducing costs, increasing agility and improving scalability resulting in increased IT efficiency. In order to face challenges successfully and remain competitive in today’s global environment, organizations have to stay agile and focused. The following are some of the advantages of using the cloud: Continue reading “How Midsize Businesses Can Benefit from Cloud Computing”