- Doing More with Fewer People
- Avoiding Overpayment of AP Invoices
- Multi-Office AP Processing & Approval
- The Electronic Approval System
- Ease of Access to All Kinds of Doumentation
- Reducing Archival & Storage Expenses
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Considering Hosted Server and SaaS options
As the concept of cloud computing becomes more popular and accepted, is it right for your organization? As with most things, there are pros and cons. Here are some things to consider:
What does it cost?
While the traditional model has been to purchase the hardware you need to support the applications and users required to manage your business, the advent of hosted computers has opened up new alternatives. When comparing the overall costs of maintaining owned servers with hosted servers, there are a variety of factors to consider:
Will it enhance employee productivity?
There are several potential time saving advantages to utilizing a hosted application server or SaaS solution.
What potential problems should you guard against?
While there are lots of advantages to “cloud computing”, it is not the right fit for every situation. There are some things to watch out for as you consider your options.
While this is by no means a comprehensive guide, it should serve to get you thinking about some of the key considerations. Cloud computing isn’t right for every situation, but for most, it is certainly worthy of a close look. There has to be something to it when so many the most successful businesses are promoting and using this technology, but is it right for your organization?
Following are some additional resources:
Cloud Computing Defined (Wikipedia)
What is Cloud Computing? (Google Developers)
10 reasons why Windows Terminal Services is becoming more popular (Tech Republic)