As reported via Marketwired on January 13, 2015; 46% of the Canadian accounting firms surveyed, feel in the not too distant future they can "foresee a time when my company works 100 per cent through online and collaborative tools."
Cloud computing has generated so much interest in the corporate world as more companies are jumping into the cloud wagon. Many people view it as the veritable solution to running expensive IT infrastructures, allowing corporations to save chunks of money on operational costs.
Finding the right IT partner is pivotal to your company’s competitiveness in the ever-changing technology-driven world. The selection process can be a hard task, especially if you have to consider your organization’s budget constraints. True enough, IT resources can get expensive if you want to get the best provider in the industry.
The times they are a changin’. And no more so than when it comes to how organizations today can use technology to advance their objectives. From desk-to-desktop sales pitches and social media campaigns to BIG DATA number-crunching and cloud solutions, the Internet continues to redefine how we live and work.
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s a knock-down, drag-out battle for the cloud productivity solution of the business world. In one corner, Microsoft, the legendary, heavyweight champion with the rib-cracking, knockout punch. In the other, Google, the lithe king of consumer search with the agility and striking reach to leave entire software verticals seeing stars. With over 1 billion seats of Microsoft Office legacy users out there just waiting to upgrade, the stakes are as high as they get.