Three Myths of Cloud-Based ERPs

The adoption of business management software in the cloud continues to grow and is expected to grow 60% annually between 2011 and 2015.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

However, there are many misconceptions about this type of service. Diego Gonzalez, in an article in América Economía, pointed out three of the more prevalent myths among executives.

1 - It is more expensive. This statement does not consider savings in hardware, licensing, upgrades and maintenance.

2 - Connection failures will be permanent. In fact, supporting technology allows access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

3 - Critical company data is safer inside. However, 50% of SMEs have suffered a virus attack, while the cloud-based ERP market has a zero rate of attacks or data theft.

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Cloud Computing

February 2012

Organizations that are unable to grow and upgrade their technologies at the speed dictated by the market, are destined to disappear.

Cloud computing technology leverages the resources of the Internet in order to save space and power on physical equipment, by moving most (or all) of the commonly used functions in the company, resulting in considerable savings in costs.

Save Money by "Computing in the Cloud"

November 2009

"Cloud Computing" is now a practical reality, outsourcing computation services carries remarkable cost savings.

If your company is medium or large, you may save tens of thousands of dollars each year. If its small, you will not only save money, but also your own time, by not having to worry about performance, software maintenance and renewal, nor hardware.

Cloud Computing: Consolidation of the Paradigm

March 2009

You will have no more concerns about the computer platform; others will do it for you and you will be able to focus on information management for your business.

The "cloud" concept, defined as an infrastructure and information software resource that is both dynamic and scalable, consolidates everything and makes it no longer necessary for each company to acquire and maintain the material resources and human expertise needed to ensure data processing.

Akamai Technologies Announces Costa Rican Operations

November 2012

The U.S. cloud computing company has announced that it will open a contact center in Costa Rica.

Scheduled to begin operations in 2014, the center will provide technical support and customer services to Latin America and will initially employ 50 people.

Jim Ebzery, Vice President and General Manager for the Americas at the company, said: "We believe this initiative will help us to improve the service we provide to our customers in the Americas. The goal is to provide our customers with a robust and secure online platform so that they can expand their digital strategies for mobile and data, reducing the risks that exist in the interconnected world in which we live. "

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