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Bundle and Save! If you are just beginning your journey to the cloud, consider our Cloud Starter Pack. It has everything you need to get started – cloud printing, reporting, AND our standard hosting plan – all on Google’s world-class infrastructure. Includes up to 5 cloud printers, phiReport cloud edition (standard version) and our standard hosting plan for just $319 per month.
Hug the cloud, not your server. The cloud is becoming ubiquitous. To illustrate, Gartner predicts that 92 percent of workloads will be processed by cloud data centers by 2020. Cisco forecasts in that span of time cloud workloads are expected to increase 3.2 times.
Soooo why do server huggers still exist? Read more here.
CMUG Meeting – A BIG thanks to Rocket Software for hosting the meeting, Dan Schmitt for organizing and to everyone who joined us last night to learn more about phiReport and how Pick Cloud offers it for as low as $29 per month. Want to try the cloud FREE for 15 days – no credit card or commitment required? Click here!
You have questions? We have answers. We sat down with Pick Cloud’s CEO (Cloud Evangelist Officer) to discuss common questions people have about the company, PICK/MultiValue in the cloud, Google, and the company’s SaaS business model. Read more here.
This cloud thing is looking awfully familiar – Full Circle – From Timeshare to Cloud on Rocket Software’s MultiValue Application Platform. PICK is and always has been a perfect fit for Google Cloud. Check out the Rocket Software MultiValue blog where our CEO was the guest blogger.
Bacon as a Service? Sounds ridiculous right? But if you think about it, it really isn’t all that different than cloud computing. Why pay for the whole pig when all you really need is the bacon? Or in other words, why pay for a hefty server when you may only be utilizing a small portion of it (the bacon.) You still have all that meaty goodness, but don’t have to pay for all the fat you don’t need. Read more here.
Anderson Business Technology migrates to OpenQM from Reality. With the changes in ownership and rising annual license and support costs, they made the move and never looked back. Read more about why here.
What is the true cost of having your server on-premise versus having it in the cloud? What do you need to take into consideration when considering where your system will reside? These are the million dollar questions as the cloud becomes more and more prevalent.
To learn more about what you should consider when deciding between an on-premise or cloud solution, click here.