Cloud Computing Trends – Now and in the Future

We published a blog a few months ago on How Cloud Computing Has Changed the Business World. Well, cloud computing continues to reign in that aspect, impacting the way data is stored or secured. More and more smart businesses are recognizing the benefits of cloud technology in their business operations. The cloud computing concept has been around for a little over two decades, and its use is not slowing down. Its cost-saving, scalable advantages make it a great option for businesses. The continued innovation from cloud computing is projected for the future in many ways. We’ve listed some trends here.
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Microsoft integration of Linked In with Dynamics 365

The LinkedIn Sales Navigator provides insights on targeting the right companies and how to reach out to the right people within these companies. It also keeps your database of contacts up to date despite the fact that the people with whom you are connected tend to change jobs regularly or positions within an organization Traditional CRM systems keep track of your lists of opportunities and your past contacts, but don’t advise you on what to do next. Microsoft Relationship Sales combines the LinkedIn Sales Navigator with Dynamics 365, offering access business applications which will help sales professionals in determining what
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Microsoft Dynamics 365 and what it can do for your business

There has been a lot of noise in the news lately about Microsoft Office 365 and the cloud but how does this impact you and your business and why should you be planning for the future direction of the business software industry? First of all Microsoft has made it clear that they are putting their money behind software solutions that operate in the cloud, are device independent (can be accessed via a web browser, mobile device or tablet) and can remove the need for on-site hardware and management. The operating system market is not an area of growth for them.
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It isn’t about you its about me!

Why don’t vendors or salespeople get it? Why do they ask me about my business and my goals and my mission? Shouldn’t they know this walking in the door? It’s almost insulting today because most decisions to purchase are made before the salesperson calls or walks through the door. If I did my homework why can’t they take the time to do there’s. You can thank the internet for this. Used to be that good old fashion relationship building and showing true interest and determination was what won the deal but today showing up becomes more of a what else
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How a good business is supposed to operate

This has been an interesting few weeks in terms of seeing the differences between how a good business that truly cares about their people and their customers operate and a business that is run by people who pretend to care but do not. They show it in their actions and the treatment of both customers and employees. The good business is where I take Yoga. Jess and the people of The Original Hot Yoga Center in Voorhees NJ makes me feel like I am at home and welcomed every time I walk through their doors. I asked for fans in
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