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Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft CRM in the cloud’

Disaster Recovery with Microsoft Azure: The Tools You Need to Protect Your Business

Your business’s IT systems show their vulnerabilities when faced with disaster. Business owners always wish they had a more robust and safeguarded IT system when it’s too late: after a natural disaster like an earthquake, hurricane, or flood, or a human-caused attack like a computer virus or hacking scandal, has already struck. Be proactive-- now […]

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Cloud Infographic – Pass it along!

It’s called “A CFO’s Guide to ERP in the Cloud” but the information visually displayed in this awesome graphic is relevant to many other constituencies: marketers, executives and IT professionals at many levels.  Take a look at the definitions of various cloud-related terms for starters.  Then consider how the cost/benefit analysis, deployment options and data […]

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Technology Leaders Predict How the Cloud Will Impact IT and Businesses in General Over the Next 2-3 Years

By Marcia Nita Doron, Altico Advisors Why is this relevant for the CRM Software Blog? Simple. Because most (maybe all?) CRM systems are cloud-based. You might say that CRM has been an early adopter of the cloud. As such, companies running CRM in the cloud already have a pretty good idea about how the cloud […]

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Benefits of Moving Your CRM and More to the Cloud

The idea of cloud computing is one that has gotten a great deal of attention over the last year or two.  As businesses adopt it, they’re learning there are many benefits of switching from traditional on premise solutions to cloud based ones.  According to a survey conducted by the Harvard Business Review, in general, some […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office 365: A Match Made in the Cloud

Deploying Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online in tandem with the cloud based version of the Microsoft Office productivity suite gives your Marketing, Sales and Customer Service employees the powerful tools they need to engage with customers and meet their goals.  Both these Microsoft cloud services are: Easy to adopt—Both Microsoft Office 365 and Dynamics CRM Online […]

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Why Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online is the Cloud Service you Can Trust

When evaluating customer relationship management solutions in the cloud one of your first concerns is likely to be security.  You want to be sure that the valuable customer data you entrust to your service provider with will remain safe in their hands.  Microsoft understands this and has gone to great lengths to provide Dynamics CRM […]

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Find Out Why Microsoft Dynamics CRM Is a STAR

Microsoft recently announced the availability of the Trust Center for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, a Web site that provides in-depth information about the privacy and security practices for its CRM online service. We’ve heard much about the concerns that many companies have regarding data security and compliance in the cloud.  The new Trust Center offers […]

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How to Capture the Advantages of Cloud Computing While Avoiding the Risks

You’ve heard them before, the advantages of cloud computing are plentiful, but you also need to be wary of the potential risks. One way to do this is to ask the right questions: Should you be looking at Software as a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) or Platform as a Service (PaaS)? The hardest […]

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Why Would I Want My CRM System To Be In The Cloud?

It’s a frequently asked question.  And while I think it’s important for companies exploring CRM options to evaluate cloud solutions as part of their search, let’s not overly complicate the answer. The bottom line is that in order to make a decision, you probably want to understand what the difference is between CRM on premises […]

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Cloud, Cloud, Cloud – Cloud CRM is NOT New – And How Does This Relate to Star Trek?

Given all the hoopla about software in THE CLOUD, you might think it was a new phenomenon.  Not so.  Salesforce.com was founded in 1999.  Yes, you read that correctly.  That’s 12 almost 13 years ago.  And it was never an on premises solution, it was cloud-based.  Call it SaaS (Software as a Service), or call […]

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