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The Tabush Cloud & Managed IT Blog

8 Reasons Why Software is Still Stronger than Ever

Last year, I met the managing partner of a law firm who was in the middle of moving to a new practice management system.  The firm had been on the existing software solution for close to two decades, and Jim (as we’ll call him here), was a bit anxious about the change.  When I asked him why, he said that overall they were happy with the software they’d grown to know and master all these years, but “it’s not in the cloud, and everyone says we need to be in the cloud, so we’re changing” (to a web-based system).

Fast forward to last week when Jim and I caught up and he’s now looking to change back.  “The new system is sleek and cool, and it’s nice that it’s in the cloud, but it just doesn’t do some of the things that we need, and even after all the work we put into migration, we’ve decided to switch back.  Can you help us?” he asked me.

Topics: Cloud Software

Apple Reveals Business Features in iOS 7

Before now, Apple has focused primarily on the consumer market. However this never stopped enterprise and business customers from using their products. Now for the first time, Apple is releasing Apple iOS 7 with its new software features designed for business users.

Functionality is extremely important for business users today, and Apple has addressed this need with iOS7. Apple recognizes the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend, and has tailored their products towards current business needs.

Topics: Tech News Software

Is the Cloud the Right Place For Your Telephone System

Businesses across the country continue their march towards full adoption of cloud services enabling them to reduce technology expenses, increase efficiencies, boost productivity and always have the latest software to power their business.

Topics: Cloud Technology Insights Software

10 Tips and Tricks With Microsoft Office 2010

Microsoft Office 2010 contains a number of key changes that make it the definitive version of the Microsoft Office productivity suite. However, it is still a mammoth pile of code that requires work to become an expert and proficient user of the Microsoft Office suite. Learning a few key tips and tricks can greatly improve your efficiency and productivity. Here are ten of the favorites outlined by PCworld magazine, ranging from keyboard shortcuts to ways to keep tabs on your social networks.

Topics: Software Features Software Tips & Tricks Software

Moving to the Cloud, a Few Considerations

We are only a few days/months/years away from the scenario when all companies, both small and large will relinquish their internal data servers and transfer their data to the cloud servers. Transferring all data to cloud will be the only smart decision for businesses in future as it will allow them to store their valuable information for a minimum cost and also save millions of dollars as they won’t have to buy and install expensive hardware. Hence, it is certain that those gigantic data servers will become obsolete very soon.

Topics: Cloud IT Interests Software

Get ready for Outlook.com: the next generation mailboxes

Microsoft has been making a number of developments in their array of Windows 8 OS and other related applications among which Outlook.com is the most promising one. This is a renovated webmail service from Microsoft which will complement the Cloud OS and take personal email to a new zenith. It is actually developed as Metro edition of webmail and as planned it will replace Hotmail pretty soon.

Topics: Microsoft Outlook IT Insights Software