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How Small Business Can Use Technology to Serve Their Customers Better

The process of achieving goals in a small business is often constrained by a lack of resources. This is particularly true as you try to create the best and lasting impression on the existing and potential clients.

Fortunately, you can utilize small business technology to serve your clients better and hence make significant profits. How can this be done? Well, here are the tips:

FireMon Sets a New Standard for Security Process Automation

DALLAS – September 17, 2019 – FireMon sets the stage to help customers now achieve what they thought was not possible. Today, FireMon announces a new approach to security process automation designed to take the traditional market for Network Security Policy Management (NSPM) solutions to the next level.

As innovation drives business revenue, security leaders are often forced to choose between secure practices and enabling innovation, despite the potential risk. FireMon rejects the tradeoff between business priorities and protecting the organization. Customers should be able to innovate in a secure manner without sacrificing either variable.

6 Reasons Your Business Needs CRM Software

While every aspect of your business deserves attention, customer relationship management (CRM) is one of the most important. How you form and keep the interactions between you and your customers makes the difference in retaining them. At the same time, you need to build new leads and prevent people from bouncing away to one of your competitors.

In today's global economy, if you aren't on top of your game when it comes to the customer experience, you risk losing out. CRM software is one tool worth investing in because it improves the customer pipeline in several ways.

New Research Reveals Top Trends in How Governments Modernize Legacy Systems

LONDON – 27th August, 2019 – The Centre for Digital Government (CDG), in conjunction with OutSystems, published a report on legacy systems and IT trends based on a survey of state and local government technology professionals. “Keeping Pace with Modernization in the Age of Rapid Obsolescence” provides key recommendations for how state and local governments can move forward with their modernization efforts.

Cloud Migration: How and Why Business Is Moving to the Cloud

The number of businesses migrating to the cloud is constantly growing. According to the 2019 research study by the Cloud Security Alliance, 69% of enterprises are moving business-critical information to the cloud. 

Statistics also say that 81% of businesses are using multi-cloud solutions. The recent State of the Cloud report claims that companies use approximately 5 cloud environments, while some greater enterprises invest in even more complex cloud infrastructures.

New research: Legacy applications threaten digital transformation initiatives for IBM i shops

PETERBOROUGH, NH – July 09, 2019 – 67 per cent of survey participants admit to keeping legacy IT applications running simply because the historical data they hold is still useful according to new research. However 60 per cent believe retaining these systems can hold back digital transformation initiatives because they are difficult to integrate with more modern systems.

40 IBM i users completed the survey from SoftLanding® Systems, a division of UNICOM® Global, at the recent International i-Power 2019 IBM i conference in the UK.

What Your Tech Business Should Know About Cloud Computing Before Investing

As a technology-based business, you know you need to be on the cutting edge with the technology you use as well as what you provide to your customers. Cloud computing gives you the ability to take your work remote, make it easily accessible and even integrate it with business intelligence (BI) so you can cultivate data which allows you to improve and grow over time.

Digital communication tools leave many workers feeling squeezed out by tech-savvy colleagues

London, UK, Friday 28 June, 2019 – The use of technology to support communication and collaborative working in an increasingly digital and flexible world is something many of us recognize. However, a global study released today by Avast Business (LSE:AVST) indicates this technology is potentially causing a divide in the workplace, with 40% of UK respondents concerned that less tech literate employees will be ‘shut out’ unless they embrace the latest chat, collaboration and digital project management tools.

How to Pick the Right Location for Your Tech Business

Finding success with a startup requires careful planning and hard work. One of the areas you can easily control is where you locate your business. Choosing the right location helps you in seeking out the absolute best employees in your area and in the number of resources available to you as a business owner. The right location can even provide networking opportunities with other tech biz owners.