Two of the largest challenges faced by IT organisations today are integrating business solutions and delivering relevant data to the rest of the business.
In this, most rely on enterprise software, such as CRM, ERP, financial suites and the like. But traditional enterprise software solutions can sometimes add unnecessary cost and complexity with analysis tools that are separate from the overall process.
While vendors have taken steps in recent years to increase the flexibility of their enterprise suites, the arrival of a viable Software as a Service option has complicated the picture.
While some will be uncomfortable about entrusting their enterprise apps and data to a cloud provider, there can be little date that real productivity gains and flexibility are possible with this model - it's all about getting the balance right.
During this web seminar we will explore the on-premise vs in-the-cloud equation, including the factors that organisations should be considering as they struggle with the apparently opposing forces of flexibility and scalability on the one hand and security and control on the other.
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