7 Convincing Reasons to Go For a Cloud-Based Payroll Software

Today, almost every big and established organization understands the significance of advanced IT solutions to spruce up operations in every critical department and HR/payroll is one such area. However, with the advent of cloud technology, start-ups and SMEs too can leverage the power of cutting-edge and cost-effective cloud based payroll software.

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Unfortunately, more than 60% of companies are still operating in the ice-age, since they are still stuck with legacy or entry-level HR software. These solutions often incur additional costs of buying equipment, consulting fees, installations, maintenance expenses and much more. This article is intended to throw light on seven robust reasons why you should move your payroll to cloud.

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Free Courses in Cloud Computing

Imagine a bag with a capacity as much as you want- You can stuff as many things (data) into it as you want, and there will still be leftover space. Now, imagine this bag with wings and an invisibility cloak, flying around beside you wherever you go, available along with its constituents on your command. That’s Cloud Computing for you in a nutshell.

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Of course, this is cloud computing in its most basic essence. With advancements hitting the IT world every minute, cloud computing has grown into a way of doing business in itself. In all probability, by the time this article reaches you, things would have taken a further step already.

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Connected Factories Are More Efficient

Ensuring the flow of information across factory floors is a high priority these days. Things go wrong and unplanned downtime decreases productivity. With the evolution of IoT (internet of things), manufacturers can control and optimize operations by integrating operational technology (OT) data flow from production systems and plant equipment.

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Covisint’s connected factory solution enables the identification, authorization, and connection of complex networks of people, processes, systems and things and provides real-time insight on operations and business health.

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TFS Training Courses for Every Skill Level

Interested in learning about Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2015 or Visual Studio Online?  QuickLearn offers introductory, professional, and advanced TFS training. They currently offer the following Microsoft TFS training courses: DevOps Using Visual Studio ALM 2015; TFS 2015 Configuration & Administration; TFS 2015 Developer Fundamentals – Git; TFS 2015 Developer Fundamentals – TFVC; Developing ALM Solutions Using Visual Studio TFS 2015; Managing Agile Projects Using TFS 2015; Software Testing Using Microsoft Test Manager 2015; Test Automation, Web Performance, and Load Testing; and Visual Studio 2015 Developer Enterprise Features.

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Depending on your experience with TFS and whether you are a project manager, tester, developer, or an individual working in the IT field, different courses may be better suited to your needs.  These courses are available to retake for free within 6 months!

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Is Hybrid Cloud Hosting a Mixed Blessing of Sorts?

Well, suddenly, protecting business data is all about cloud hosting. Each and every organization or business enterprise, big or small, is moving towards the cloud, in a bid to keep data secure. Whereas cloud computing could be a perfect solution for some, for others, the security, flexibility and certainty provided by in-house storage solutions could guarantee more peace of mind! And it is not all that simple either. Even cloud computing will offer several choices to consider.

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The Questions you are Likely to be confronted with

Do, you wish for a private server or a shared cloud? Is a virtual private server the most befitting solution for you? And of course, in the midst of it all are those seeking to embrace the cloud without throwing away their existing IT investments for in-house storage! And for them, hybrid cloud hosting would be the best possible solution. While it does seem like a win-win solution for most enterprises, will tasting success be all that simple? We take a closer look here.

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